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Injectable Fillers - Usage and information of Injectable Fillers

Injectable fillers Description

The wrinkles, lines which appear on our face as we become aged makes us look more old. Injectable Fillers is a new treatment option for these wrinkles, lines and furrows which are filled to give you a younger appearance. When injected beneath the skin fillers plump up creased and lined areas of the face. Fillers can be used to add fullness to the lips and cheeks.

Where Injectable Fillers can be used?

Injectabe fillers can be used for the following skin problems:

  • Deep smile lines
  • Nasolabial furrows (lines running from the nose to the mouth)
  • Crows feet
  • Smoker's lines (perioral lines)
  • Frown lines
  • Marionette lines (lines that "drag down" the corners of the mouth)
  • Facial scars
  • Acne scars
  • Cheek depressions.

Do Injectabe fillers treatment causes pain?

The injectable filler is injected in the skin folds using a very fine needle. There is negligible pain associated with the injection. No local anaesthetic is required and you can resume normal activities immediately. The treatment time is between 15-30 minutes depending on the amount of injection places treated.

Effects of Injectable Fillers

Generally the speed with which injectable fillers react is varied but it normally occurs immediatly. Normal activities can be resumed right away. You can choose to have injectable fillers that are either permanent or temporary. Temporary injectable fillers can last from 3-6 months.

Is it safe using injectable fillers?

Here are some potential risks while using injectable fillers:

  1. Allergic reaction can be a risk with some fillers.
  2. To help determine if you are allergic to the substance,the doctor will perform an allergy skin test about a month before the procedure.
  3. After the test is performed, the test site should be watched carefully for three or four weeks.


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