Aging can cause our skin to lose its healthy appearance. It starts to wrinkle and lacks the volume that it once had. This happens due to the natural loss of subcutaneous fat. The skin muscles start functioning closer to the surface of the skin. The skin itself has reduced elasticity, which means that it does not return to its original position after being stretched. Therefore, when we smile, the smile lines and crow’s feet start becoming permanent.
On the other hand, aging is not the only possible factor for skin becoming loose. Too much sun exposure and applying excessive chemical-oriented products on the face can also gradually produce the same results.
Dermal Fillers for Restoring Volume
Many people are choosing dermal fillers for restoring the volume of the facial skin and lessening facial lines. These fillers are available in different types. These can be applied for plumping up lips, diminishing facial creases and wrinkles, improve the appearance of scars, reduce the shadow of the lower lid, improve the look of shallow contours, and even help with contour deformities of the face.
Types of Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers are indeed a great product of modern cosmetic technology. The different types of dermal fillers ensure that multiple kinds of concerns regarding the facial skin can be resolved. When you decide upon getting a dermal filler procedure, you should consult your dermatologist and an expert in this field to determine what kind will be the best option for you.
The types we mention in this article will be under their cosmetic name. When your chosen expert applies the dermal fillers, they will be using certain brand names that manufacture the specific kind of filler.
This is a synthetic filler that enhances your natural production collagen. For this reason, it is also called a stimulator. This type is preferable for improving laugh lines, adding volume to thin lips, and help with deep nasolabial folds.
This dermal filler is a great option for people suffering from skin deformity that occurs due to acne scars. Similarly, skin depressions or line caused by an injury can also be improved. Other cosmetic uses include redefining of the lip border, frown lines between the brows, and worry lines that form on the forehead.
Polymethyl-methacrylate microspheres (PMMA)
While this is itself a partially permanent dermal filler, it still considered a more permanent solution for facial wrinkles as compared to polylactic or hyaluronic acid. These can treat both mild and deep wrinkles, furrows, and nasolabial folds. Furthermore, they can improve the appearance of scars and thin lips.
This compound exists in the human bones. The dermal filler is used to treat both severe and mild facial creases and frown lines. It can restore the fullness of cheeks too.
This semi-permanent filler can improve cheekbones and jawlines, add volume to an aging face and lips, and treat the condition of facial wasting that occurs due to HIV medications.
Consult one of our experts to determine what dermal filler will work best for you.