Tighten Your Skin with Saavy Clinic’s Dermal Fillers!
What exactly are dermal fillers?
Injections of dermal fillers are a type of nonsurgical cosmetic procedure. Dermal fillers fill in wrinkles, smooth lines, and add volume to your face.
What are the different kinds of dermal fillers?
- Hyaluronic acid (HA) is an acid that occurs naturally in your skin. It adds volume to your skin and keeps it moisturized. With age, your body stops making hyaluronic acid. The effects of HA injections typically last six months to a year.
- CaHA (calcium hydroxylapatite) is a form of filler made from a material found in your bones. The effects of these fillers normally last around a year. CaHA fillers are used by doctors for deeper wrinkles.
- Poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) is a chemical that aids in the production of collagen by the body. Poly-L-lactic acid is often used by healthcare experts to smooth deep wrinkles on your face. The effects might endure for two years or longer.
- Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) fillers consist of collagen and very small balls that stay under your skin. The balls provide volume and firmness to your skin.
Who is a good candidate for dermal filler?
Dermal fillers are allowed for certain use in adults aged 22 and above. Correcting moderate-to-severe face wrinkles and skin folds.
What are the procedure for dermal fillers?
Dermal filler injections are non-surgical and usually done in a single visit. The doctor will examine your affected area and go over your medical history. While the risks are low, you must completely reveal your medical history before treatment to guarantee your safety and the best possible outcomes. The desired area will be cleansed before treatment, and a topical anesthetic will be used to numb the area to decrease pain throughout the treatment. The cosmetic surgeon will next precisely inject filler under the skin.
You will be able to see effects soon after the injection, depending on the product and the locations treated. Some patients may develop slight bruising or swelling, which will go away in a few days. You may resume your usual activities immediately after the treatment, however you will be advised to avoid vigorous activity such as exercise.
To keep the results, just repeat the procedure, altering the quantity and methods as needed to get the best outcomes.
How long will it take to complete the treatment?
The treatment takes around 15 minutes, depending on the amount and region to be injected.
What are the risks or complications associated with dermal fillers?
Serious consequences are uncommon, and some of the adverse effects are only temporary.
- Bleeding, bruising, redness, discomfort, and swelling are all symptoms.
- Scarring may result from skin damage.
- Infection, which can lead to necrosis (death of the infected skin) in severe cases.
- Lumps or bumps under the skin.
- Itching and rash.
If you would like more information about Dermal Fillers, please contact us at 8591137453 or fill out the appointment request form and one of our representatives will contact you within 24 hours.