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Dermal Filler Minimally Invasive Procedures
Facial rejuvenation has typically been achieved with a lift by surgical tightening. In recent times, however, many minimally and noninvasive procedures are performed with the aim of rejuvenation absent from the risk of complications, prolonged recovery time and at an affordable price when compared to the expense of major surgery.
What is a dermal filler?
Dermal fillers have been used since the year 1981 to diminish lines, wrinkles, and folds to achieve a younger and more attractive appearance.
As we grow older, our faces lose fat gradually. The loss of subcutaneous fat brings the facial muscles closer to the surface of the skin. This loss makes crow’s feet and smiles more visible. This is why rejuvenation has become crowd pleasing and the dermal filler so popular.
A dermal filler is used for the following;
Enhance shallow contours.
Plump thin lips.
Soften your facial wrinkles and creases.
Improve your recessed scars.
If you are experiencing early signs of aging, a dermal filler can be helpful to you.
What you should not expect from a dermal filler;
Facial surgeries like brow lift, face lift, and eye lift may be the best approach in some cases. Non-surgical rejuvenation procedures like soft tissue fillers cannot give the same results as facial surgeries. However, they can be used as an alternative till there’s no option but a face-lift.
Commonly asked questions about dermal fillers
What is the differentiates one dermal filler from the other?
There are basically three categories of dermal fillers; semi-permanent, biodegradable, and permanent. The semi-permanent and permanent dermal fillers can produce longer lasting results but are associated with higher risks.
A biodegradable dermal fillers is the safest option as complications can be reversed. However, the possibility of these complications is minimal. This is one reason why most clinicians recommend the biodegradable products. Another reason is that our skin changes with age so permanent products may not be ideal for long-term use.
The different dermal fillers are all formulated in a unique way.
Is there pain during treatment?
You will feel a little discomfort during treatment. A topical anesthetic will be applied on the treated area to reduce this pain. When you opt for lip augmentation, a dental block may be administered because this procedure is more painful on the lip than other parts of the face.
How much is required?
The cost for this minimally invasive form of treatment depends on the area of treatment. You will have to consult with a clinician to determine the precise value. However, the average cost ranges from $450 to $550.
What is the recovery period?
You do not need to take time off from work after the procedure. It is minimally invasive, and you can return to your daily activities just after treatment.
How long will it cost?
The length of treatment depends on the area treated and your age. You may need to repeat the procedure twice a year. The treatment should last for about 6-9 months. When treatment is done in the lip, it will last for about 4-5 months because there is more mechanic stress in your lip so that the product will break down quicker.

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