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Uses of Fillers

What are fillers used for?

The basic concept behind dermal fillers is to pump up the skin. It is often considered the ideal treatment for people looking for an immediate fix, as results are instant. No one can tell you had undergone a cosmetic procedure as there is almost no downtime. Dermal fillers are commonly used for both men and women as an alternative to/ combat: Non surgical face lift/ shaping/ enhancement plastic surgery Augmenting facial features, such as the breast augmentation, nose reshaping, chin enhancement, pumping up sunken cheeks, filling tear troughs/ disguising eyebag, pumping up thin lips and even indented scars on the skin.

Signs of aging and stress

Reduce, reverse and eliminate signs of aging by filling up lines such as wrinkles, crow’s feet, laugh and frown lines. Dermal fillers can also be used to fill facial creases such as nasolabial folds, marionette lines (grooves from the corners of the mouth to the chin), as well as replacing soft-tissue volume loss due to aging.

Fillers for Prevention of Wrinkles

A concept which is little understood is that fillers are important for prevention of aging skin. Wrinkles form on areas of the skin where the skin folds frequently. In this respect, skin is much like paper. As we age and lose collagen in the skin, the skin becomes thin and folds easily, causing permanent wrinkles in the skin. While it is normal to have lines on our skin when we make expressions like smiling and laughing (called dynamic wrinkles), too much of these expressions coupled with thinning of the skin causes permanent wrinkles (called static wrinkles) on the skin. Fillers are therefore important to prevent the thinning of the skin, and to prevent excessive bending and flexing of the skin which causes these permanent, static wrinkles.

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