The Different Types of Dermal Fillers

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YOUR REFERENCE GUIDE TO DERMAL FILLERS

There are so many options for treating wrinkles in today’s cosmetic beauty market.  From non-invasive lotions and potions and minimally invasive lasers and Botox to the heavy artillery of plastic surgery – wrinkles have many enemies.  But when it comes to that other pesky sign of aging, loss of volume, there is really only one stand-out solution – dermal fillers.

All dermal fillers have the common goal of replacing lost volume by injecting fat-mimicking substances under the skin.  But with so many different brands on the market, the choices can …More on Dermal Fillers

Correcting Restylane and Dermal Filler Mistakes

 
Restylane is a trade name for hyaluronic acid (HA), a substance that is used as a dermal filler, to correct fine lines and wrinkles. It smooths out creases in the skin and is also used to augment the lips, giving a fuller pout.

As with any cosmetic surgery procedure, there are associated risks with injecting Restylane and other types of HA fillers.  There are two known reactions ..More on Correcting Restylane & Dermal Filler Mistakes

Hyaluronidase To Correct Dermal Filler Mistakes

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Nothing makes doctors and patients
less happy than having an unsatisfactory result after an aesthetic treatment.  In the past, if an error was made in the injection of a dermal filler, a patient’s only option was to wait for several months for the product to naturally break down and reabsorb.  While not all outcomes can be reversed, many doctors are fortunately finding success in quickly breaking down some unwanted dermal filler results by using hyaluronidase. ..More on Hyaluronidase to Correct Dermal Filler Mistakes