Views: 4 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-10-08 Origin: Site
There is a huge variety of dermal fillers, from hyaluronic acid fillers (Dermax HA fillers) to Sculptra to Radiesse. If you are looking for something to rejuvenate your face, HA fillers, Radiesse, and Sculptra can be incredibly beneficial. The difference between Botox and fillers is that Botox is injected into the muscle to reduce muscle contractions, while fillers are injected either above or below muscles to add or replace volume to desired areas. Fillers can be used to plump up the lips or create a more prominent jawline, but when it comes to creating a younger look, the most popular areas of injection are under the eyes, cheeks, and nasolabial folds. As we age, we begin to lose volume in our faces, making us appear more tired and worn out. Adding volume to said areas will create a plumper and fresher overall look. Fillers can also be used to fill in deeper wrinkles that cannot be completely eliminated with Botox.
Injectable poly-L-lactic acid is a biodegradable compound that has been widely used for the last 30 years throughout Europe and the USA in a wide range of medical devices. It is a soft tissue filler most commonly used to restore volume of depressed areas of the midface or temporal fossa by stimulating neocollagenesis, increasing dermal thickness, and enhancing volume.
Over the past 20 years, Botox has turned into a household name. What used to be a treatment associated with famous actors and the wealthier population to maintain and create a more youthful appearance, is now a widespread treatment for you, your mother, your neighbors, and your friends. If your goal is to eliminate or prevent fine lines and wrinkles, Botox is the treatment you are looking for. Before you start worrying about all the negative news you’ve seen online about people with droopy eyelids and villain-like eyebrows, keep in mind that while these side effects are a possibility, they are extremely rare and usually only occur if the Botox was either not injected properly, or if the amount of Botox injected was inappropriate for that given person or area. Botox works by paralyzing the muscle in which it is injected, restricting facial muscle contractions that would normally create fine lines and wrinkles. In short – if you have limited muscle movement in the areas of concern, the formation and appearance of lines and wrinkles will be limited as well.