Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers: Injectable substances used to add volume, definition, and lift to the face. Common fillers include hyaluronic acid (HA), poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), and calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA). Each material has different properties and is suited for specific areas and concerns.

Minimally invasive procedure.
Immediate results, adding volume and definition to targeted areas.
Versatile for various concerns like wrinkles, lip augmentation, and facial contouring.
Temporary results allow for gradual changes and adjustments if needed.

Temporary results, requiring repeat treatments typically every 6-18 months depending on the filler type and area treated.
Cost varies depending on the product, amount used, and provider.
Potential for side effects like bruising, swelling, tenderness, or asymmetry at the injection site.

Fat transfer: Uses your own fat for filling, offering longer-lasting results but requiring a surgical procedure.
Surgical implants: More invasive but provide a permanent solution for facial sculpting.

Minimal downtime. Bruising, swelling, and tenderness at the injection site are common but typically resolve within a few days.
Full results are visible immediately.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. Please consult a licensed healthcare professional to see if dermal fillers are right for you.