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Using a dermal filler requires an injection of a filler substance under your skin. These fillers get used to fill in wrinkles in the skin and create skin smoothness. A wide variety of dermal fillers remain available on the market today. Some work very well when used by an experienced, skilled cosmetic doctor. Unfortunately, some low cost dermal fillers also get used by people who look to make quick money and don’t care about the welfare of the people they work on. For this reason, you need to go to see excellent, experienced dermal experts who’ll only use the dermal filler that is safe and works best for you.
The dermal filler experts at Seduction Cosmetic Center™ know how to help you look your best and only use high-quality dermal fillers on their patients. Two fillers to stay away from include silicone and biopolymer injections. These fillers have the benefit of being a permanent solution to unwanted lines in the skin. They also cause permanent complications for the men and women who use the substances. Instead of so-called permanent fillers, reputable doctors choose non-permanent fillers approved by the FDA. These fillers remain excellent choices for a safe and healthy method of reducing the look of fine lines and wrinkles without having a facelift or other types of surgical procedures. Before fillers get discussed, let’s talk about the two types of wrinkles that people get, and how to treat them non-surgically.
Two types of facial wrinkles exist. These two, called dynamic and static wrinkles, should get identified and treated differently.
Static wrinkles develop due to a loss of skin elasticity and the effects of gravity. These wrinkles tend to occur in the lower third of a person’s face. Some areas where these wrinkles form include in the:
• Nasolabial folds from the nose to the lips’ corners.
• Marionette lines, which go from the corner of the lips to a person’s chin.
• Junction between the eyes and the cheeks sometimes called the tear trough.
These lines respond very well to dermal fillers in most cases. Most doctors who treat static wrinkles use sugar-based hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane and Juviderm. Hyaluronic acid fillers also get injected to make a person’s lips appear fuller. These fillers last approximately six months.
Dynamic wrinkles become formed due to facial muscle movement, including the way a person’s face changes during emotional expressions. Smokers also develop vertical dynamic wrinkles around their lips due to smoking. Another example of dynamic wrinkles includes the crow’s feet that happen to people who have to squint in the sun, like tennis players.
During all these actions, specific muscles in the face contract. During a person’s younger years, the skin bounces back to smoothness after these muscles get used. But eventually dynamic wrinkles can become permanent. These wrinkles tend to happen in the areas of the face such as the:
• Corners of the eyes.
• Between the eyebrows.
Dynamic wrinkles tend to respond well to dermal fillers with calcium hydroxyapetite dermal fillers such as Radiesse. These fillers have the added benefit of lasting for about one year before needing to get redone. Another use for Radiesse-like dermal fillers remains to increase the size of a person’s cheeks.
When you go to an experienced, highly-skilled dermal filler specialist like the ones at Seduction Cosmetic Center™ in Miami, FL, you won’t need to worry about having the look of being overdone. Some people who get dermal fillers look fake or bumpy. Our talented professionals won’t make your lips too large or your cheeks appear bumpy or lumpy. We want you to look beautiful or handsome, not fake.
One of the specific reasons a person might choose to have dermal fillers is to correct areas of facial volume loss. As a person ages he or she loses volume in the skin of their face. The cheeks frequently show facial volume loss before any other area. Cheek size decreases and gravity pulls the facial skin downward, causing an increase of wrinkles and the appearance of flatter cheeks. A decrease in cheek volume makes a person look older. Having dermal fillers placed in the cheeks increases their plumpness and helps a man or woman look more youthful.
Gravity also causes marionette lines and wrinkles around the chin. The temples might also look hollow, giving a person a skeleton-like appearance in their upper face.
You and one of our doctors first discusses the goals you have for your refreshed look. The doctor then places a numbing cream over the places on your face being injected. The needles used are extremely thin and cause little to no pain. Once the dermal fillers get placed under your skin, you’ll be given some ice to reduce the chances of swelling.
Individuals who have a dermal filling procedure can return to most of their regular activities immediately after the appointment ends. You shouldn’t exercise, however. You’ll notice the effects of dermal filler treatment immediately.
You might know that you look older, but you don’t know what to do to correct the saggy spots and wrinkles in your skin. That’s why you come to the experts at Seduction Cosmetics in Miami. Our doctors might use a variety of dermal fillers on different areas of your face to give you the outstanding results you deserve. Please schedule a Seduction Cosmetics today to get expert advice from the pros at Seduction Cosmetics who have your best natural-looking results in mind.
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The first step in getting a Dermal Fillers Miami is to schedule a consultation with us. This consultation will be free and you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you have about the procedure before making any decisions.