PLLA dermal filler vs Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers

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Plla dermal filler, also known as Sculptra, its main component is 3D poly-L-lactic acid (Poly-L-lactic acid / PLLA) is a biocompatible substance that can be catabolized in the body, is a biocompatible (absorbable) material, has been used in the medical community for more than thirty years, injection of plla dermal filler can reduce nasolabial folds, reduce mouth wrinkles, reduce cheek wrinkles, plump and sink the frontal side, Smooth the tear trough, tighten the parotid glands, plump the temples and fill whatever needs to be plumped. But plla dermal filler is not suitable for nose, forehead and lips, because the nose, forehead, lips skin is thin, collagen is not easy to regenerate.

Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of many soft tissues, is identical across species minimizing immunogenicity has been linked to wound healing and skin regeneration, and is currently actively being studied for tissue engineering purposes. Hyaluronic acid fillers reduces fine lines & wrinkles, while making the skin appear younger & rejuvenated.

Hyaluronic acid is an acidic mucopolysaccharide. If people's skin wants to be supple, they can't do without it. Of course, the human body itself also contains hyaluronic acid. Its water retention effect is obvious, is the strongest moisturizing substance found in the field at present, hyaluronic acid can be said to be one of the most ideal, natural moisturizing factors. Hyaluronic acid can improve the nutritional metabolism of the skin, make the skin supple and smooth, and have the effect of removing wrinkles and increasing skin elasticity.