Are you searching for a non-surgical way to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles?
Have you ever considered the benefits of having fillers?
Here are 5 of the top advantages of undertaking hyaluronic fillers to rejuvenate your appearance!
When you have dermal fillers W1, the effects are noticeable almost immediately.
Unlike undergoing a facelift, there is no need to wait for the swelling to go down, the bruising to recede or the need to apply creams. As soon as you walk out of your dental clinic post-injection, you will be able to see your skin looking plumped and firmer. Great!
No downtime needed
Many people who research facial cosmetic procedures have questions about downtime; after all, it used to take a week to recover from a facelift!
As fillers are simply a set of injections, they count as a non-invasive procedure which in turn means that you can (in theory) have them performed and then go back to work the same day. There is no scarring to worry about, or incisions and no risk of infection (unless they were performed by a less than competent professional).
When you have fillers injected under the skin, there is a minor risk of bruising, swelling, redness and tenderness at the injection site. But, assuming that the injections have been applied by a trained professional, these should vanish in a few days.
Compared to other aesthetic treatments, such as facelifts, this is a very short list of potential complications. As hyaluronic acid is biologically inert, the risk of you developing any kind of allergic reaction to the injections is minimal.
So, with few risks, minimal discomfort and long-lasting results, it is easy to see why fillers are becoming so popular!
While the effects of fillers are not permanent, they are certainly long lasting.
For instance, many people who have had dermal fillers applied notice the effects of these injections can last up to 18 months!
But there are a set of variables that can impact this; for one thing, your age at the time they are applied can cause them to have a shorter lifespan, due to the body’s own response to the hyaluronic acid boost. The area where they are applied can also impact this, as can your lifestyle choices, such as smoking and drinking alcohol.
If you would like a better idea of how long the effects of your fillers are likely to last, talk to your dentist.
When most people think of facial aesthetics or cosmetic treatments, they typically picture the more extreme versions, which include procedures like facelifts or threading.
However, when it comes to fillers, the entire process is quite natural.
Your dentist will simply inject a small syringe of hyaluronic filler into the predetermined areas, which will then fill out the wrinkles and plump the skin.
And while some people may have concerns that this is not natural, hyaluronic acid is a natural protein that is inert, meaning it is exceedingly unlikely to cause an allergic reaction. Also, as hyaluronic acid production begins to drop after the age of around 30, simply applying it under the skin is a better option than extreme surgical alternatives.