Face fillers – the cosmetic secret to looking younger
Many people want to treat wrinkles, lines, scars and this signs of aging. Why simply accept those wrinkles and lines when you can use today’s technology such as face fillers and combat the hands of time?
Dermal fillers are used to rejuvenate various areas on the face that have been affected by loss of volume. Areas of the face can be enhanced non-surgically by using fillers.
Fillers can also be used to treat fine lines and to hydrate the skin. Acne scars and other depressions can be filled and smoothed. Fillers can even be used to reshape the nose. Dermal fillers are commonly used in combination with anti-wrinkle treatments such as injections used to treat muscle spasm to give optimal results. These two procedures work very well together and improve the duration of benefit of both treatments. Dermal fillers provide an instantaneous result by filling the injection site.
Some of the top areas where fillers can be used include:
The lips are one of the first places to show signs of aging and they become thin, lose their shape, and lose their size. Fillers can help plump them up, erase fine lines and even help define the lips shape again. Most fillers will give you a natural plump look to the lips.
These lines are named after the little puppets that have the lines going from the corners of their mouths down. These can unfortunately form on our own faces, and give us a look of a perpetual sour mood. Fillers are perfect for these lines and can help take years off your face.
These are sometimes referred to as “party hat lines” but it certainly isn’t a party when you see them staring back at you from the mirror. These are usually an easy fix with face fillers.
These are the lines that form in between your eyebrows, often when frowning or squinting. They have been called “elevens” as they resemble the number. Fillers often work wonder for these lines.
Besides just the plumping of lips, fillers are also used in the lines themselves that form around the mouth. These are often called smoker’s lines as they are most easily seen when the moth is puckered.
These are often referred to as parentheses or smile lines. These typically form at the base of the nose and run downwards to the bottom of the face. Face fillers can really help these lines look less deep, which can make you look much younger.
If you have questions about cosmetic fillers and anti-wrinkle treatments contact your local doctor, who will arrange for you to see a dermatologist.