Looking at the mirror and when you see wrinkled and sagged skin on your face you might wish to regain the fullness in your skin. Dermal Fillers can be the solution to ease off those wrinkles and aged skin. By injecting the hyaluronic acid based clear gel which makes Dermal Fillers your skin can gain its youthful state. Due to its less invasive output it will give you a more natural appearance than surgical face lifts.
You get two types of Dermal Fillers; Permanent and Temporary. Permanent dermal fillers are mainly silicone based products; where as the temporary dermal fillers are commonly known by their brand names Radiesse, Restylane, Hylafrom and Sculptra™.
Silicone dermal fillers are not approved by the FDA to be used for cosmetic treatment, therefore more and more people are turning in to temporary dermal fillers. Once you get a temporary dermal filler treatment the results would last up to 3 – 6 months depending on the skin conditions. Usually dermal fillers would take few minutes to be administered to the treatment area and your cosmetic physician would use topical anaesthesia to ease discomfort. Dermal Filler treatments have no downtime so once you are done with your treatment you can return to your daily routines immediately.
Eyes, brow area, bridge of the nose, corners of the mouth, jaw line, cheeks and lips are the main areas where dermal fillers are injected. Dermal fillers are also used to treat scars caused by injury and acne as well. So if you have to cover-up few of the areas your cosmetic physician would use few types of dermal fillers depending on the treatment areas.
If you are allergic to any substances you should inform your cosmetic physician about it, so that a skin patch test could be carried out before administering the dermal fillers. You will have to wait for a couple of weeks before the actual area is treated as sometime should be left to assess the reactions of your skin towards the filler.
Dermal fillers are prescription only medicines and if administered by a person who is not qualified and experienced would create great risks. The risks namely hematoma (blood pooling beneath the skin), necrosis (tissue death), infections and skin loss can occur. At times the fillers can clump resulting in granuloma (lump) which can be felt or seen under your skin. Minor lumps can be treated by injecting an anti-inflammatory medicine. But if it is a more significant lump you may require surgery.
Due to these risk factors it is always advisable to consult a dermatologist or cosmetic physician before getting your dermal fillers done. You may walk in to the cosmetic clinic and book a consultation with your cosmetic physician to discuss about dermal filler treatments and clear your doubts. Dermal filler treatments are now available in Cheshire and you should select a clinic which will provide you with the best dermal fillers to rejuvenate your skin. Why wait? Contact your nearest Cheshire Dermal Filler clinic today.
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