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Cosmetic fillers are substances injected into the skin to smooth wrinkles and make them less noticeable. Injection of a cosmetic fillers is generally an outpatient procedure that's done with numbing medication. The procedure takes up to an hour.
Cosmetic fillers are all uniquely formulated to target specific areas.
Fillers can be used for:
Fill in wrinkles, folds, and other skin depressions on the face, shoulders, neck, or back of the hands, including nasolabial folds, puppet lines, and glabella;
Restores volume in areas such as cheeks;
Enhance facial contours;
reduce the appearance of scars;
Hydrates and nourishes the skin;
As well as plumping and lifting thin lips.
It is critical to use fillers as directed by the manufacturer. Some fillers cannot be used in combination with certain treatments or other cosmetic injections.
Doctors use cosmetic fillers to rejuvenate the skin, eliminate fine lines and wrinkles, and improve the appearance. Once the treatment is complete, you will need to massage the area to distribute the filler evenly. Inform your patient of any post-treatment specific requirements to reduce the duration of injection-related side effects. Some fillers need to be given by injection over several treatments. Create a schedule with your patient to maintain desired results.
Cosmetic fillers vary in how long they last. Most fillers are temporary and use solutions that are safely absorbed by surrounding tissue. Likewise, the duration of the effect is influenced by the patient's age, lifestyle and skin condition. On average, fillers last from 6 months to 2 years. There are fillers on the market that can last up to 4 years. Discuss with your patient to determine which dermal filler is best for them.