Cosmetic dermatology is a widely used procedure which can help you to have a more youthful and beautiful appearance. To help with treating wrinkles and rejuvenating your face, many people ask for injectable fillers. This treatment will help treat facial scars and wrinkles, including laugh lines and forehead creases. The best part about this treatment is that it’s minimally invasive. Since practically on surgery is required, it can cost much less than other types of cosmetic treatments.
Injectable fillers can help make your face look more youthful. It can also plump your lips to give you a fuller pout and soften the wrinkles in your face. However, fillers can’t help with any sagging skin. While this procedure is commonly referred to as a “liquid facelift,” it can’t replace certain types of cosmetic surgery, like neck lifts for excess skin.
If you are currently researching different types of facial treatments from Spalding Plastic Surgery, you may be overwhelmed and confused by your options. Injectable fillers have several different brand names, and the ingredients may be different from brand to brand. While there’s no “bad” ingredients, there are certain types of fillers that are best for your specific skin type and goals.
Fat fillers are often made from either human-based or cow-based ingredients. The ingredient in fillers will play a large role in their effectiveness, and different patients will respond in different ways to ingredients. One of the most popular brands of injectable fillers is Radiesse, which contains calcium hydroxylapatite.
Other varieties of injectable fillers include human-based or bovine-based collagen fillers, “vampire” injections, skin cell-based injectable fillers, fat fillers and Botox. Each type of filler has its own unique function, and it’s important to discuss the type of filler that’s right for you with your plastic surgeon.
This procedure isn’t a permanent fix and it must be repeated in order to maintain a youthful appearance. Sometimes injectable fillers are used in conjunction with other invasive or non-invasive treatments. Your plastic surgeon will discuss all of the possibilities and suggestions with you.