Do you want to restore your facial volume and gain back the skin’s youthfulness? You will need to go for dermal fillers treatment. Dermal fillers also are known as ‘facial fillers’ is a popular anti-aging injectable treatment. It has been designed to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles, and fine lines on. These injections help to rejuvenate the face by contouring it and creating volumes.
Dermal filler treatment is regarded as an OPD procedure. One won’t need to stay at the hospital overnight. Before going for the treatment, it is important to have a consultation with the surgeon. Generally, it requires pre-testing of the skin. Before the treatment, aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications should be avoided.
The principle of dermal fillers is based on the composition of the skin. As we age, the upper layer of the human skin starts to thin. Hence, the lower layer, i.e., the dermis of the skin doesn’t get much protection. As collagen production reduces, it leads to the appearance of wrinkles and folds. Take the help of dermal fillers treatment, to fill the fine lines. Also, it helps to improve facial features.
First of all, your surgeon will try to evaluate the facial appearance and also your skin tone. Next, the surgeon examines the area that is going to be augmented. Also, some areas are marked and identified. It makes it easy for the surgeon to give injection to that area only.
The marked area is cleaned with an anti-bacterial agent. Well, injecting the solution takes only a few minutes per site. The solution is gently massaged for improving the facial features. The markings are cleansed off once the desired level is attained.
- Treatment is non-invasive with no recovery time
- Performed by fully trained medical professionals
- Provides a youthful appearance
- Treatment can be tailored to provide a natural look
- Reduce wrinkle from around the eyes
- Mild bruising
- A cold compress should be used immediately after the treatment to reduce swelling.
- The treated area shouldn’t be touched within 6 hours to avoid injection and accidentally hurting the area.
- Don’t take aspirin or anti-inflammatory medicines for at least 1 week after the treatment
Well, it depends on the individual who is taking this treatment. When taking the injection, one might feel a slight pinch and stinging sensation, while the project is being injected.
Depending on the area that is going to be treated, the practitioner might inject a local or general anesthesia. Some filler contains local anesthesia within it that makes the treatment very tolerable.
The most commonly treated areas consist of lips, ‘tear troughs’, nasolabial folds, ‘frown lines’, and ‘marionette’s lines.