Restore Youthful Fullness to your Skin with Dermal Fillers
We all know that the ageing process is something that we can’t avoid, but sometimes it feels like Mother Nature has taken our youthful looks prematurely. It can be hard to know what to do in this situation, as looking older than you feel can be debilitating to confidence. Sagging and wrinkled skin is one of the biggest telltale signs of ageing, but it can helped with the use of dermal fillers.
Dermal filler is a term used to describe a group of cosmetic injectables that are designed to restore fullness to a treatment area. Dermal fillers can be used in a number of different ways, such as lip augmentation treatment and non-surgical nose reshaping treatment. But in general, dermal fillers are most commonly used as an anti-ageing treatment.
Dermal fillers are dual-functioning; they not only smooth out the appearance of deep set lines and wrinkles, but also help to restore youthful volume to the skin.
Dermal filler treatment is a very popular form of non-surgical anti-ageing treatment, and comes with a wealth of benefits that attract thousands of patients every year. One of these benefits is that dermal filler treatment is quick and convenient. With almost instant results, a procedure time of just 30 minutes and no recovery time needed, dermal fillers are the perfect option for the busy modern patient who wants quick results.
Another option for patients considering dermal filler injections is to combine them with Botox to create an anti-ageing ‘team’. Dermal fillers tackle the deep set lines and wrinkles that may be missed by muscle relaxing injections (like Botox), whilst also restore a youthful fullness to the face. Meanwhile, muscle relaxing injections provide an effective barrier against the formation of further signs of ageing.
Although there are many positives to dermal filler treatment, it’s also very important that patients consider the potential risks and side-effects involved with treatment. Risks involved with dermal filler treatment include possible swelling, bruising and bleeding at the site of injection, the risk of infection and possible damage to facial muscles and nerves. These risks should be carefully factored into a decision, but keep in mind that an experienced cosmetic practitioner will have the prowess to minimise the risk to you.
“Dermal fillers are an excellent option for those wanting to turn back the signs of ageing, without the need to undergo surgical intervention. However, if you are considering dermal filler treatment, you must have a consultation with an experienced cosmetic professional. A consultation will not only give you a chance to ask any questions you may have about the treatment, but also give you an insight into how the provider works. This is a positive as it can help inform your decision when picking a cosmetic professional to provide your treatment.”