Types of Dermal Fillers – Part Two
Hyaluronic acid fillers are widely used due to their high levels of safety and reliability. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance which can be found in every living organism. As a result, it is biocompatible and side-effects are very rare. Products which use hyaluronic acid include Perlane, Restylane, Belotero, Teosyal and Juvéderm. Hyaluronic acid fillers come in varying levels of thickness and so they are a flexible option to improve different sections of the face.
Calcium hydroxylapatite fillers are designed to stimulate collagen fibers as well as volumize depleted areas. Radiesse is a well-known form of calcium hydroxylapatite filler. This is a temporary but longer-lasting type of dermal filler which works wonders for facial sculpting. It is used mainly in deep nose to mouth lines, though it also works for reshaping of the nose. It is not applied to the lips.
Collagen fillers help restore the support structure of the face, enhancing the contours of the upper layer of skin. Collagen is the most abundant natural protein found in the body and provides structural support to skin, muscle, tendons and bone. Collagen injections replenish the skin’s natural collagen. The natural beauty of your skin is enhanced as the contour of the support structure is restored.
Dermal fillers can improve your appearance by smoothing, shaping, contouring, and adding volume to your face. Dermal fillers are not a permanent treatment for wrinkles. To maintain results, repeat treatments are necessary.
As you can see, there are many types of dermal fillers that can be used for many different areas of the face. A qualified dermatologist can help you choose the best type of dermal filler for your specific concerns. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Vidor, contact Inland Aesthetic Institute at 909-344-3672 or website.