Excessive use of fillers can distort the natural features of the face, resulting in an aged appearance. Celebrities like Kylie Jenner and her famous family have made facial fillers increasingly popular. However, it is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with fillers. The results of fillers can never be 100% predicted, but having a qualified doctor who understands how the filler reacts in the body and cares about the desired outcome can help avoid any negative side effects.
According to a report, people aged 30 to 39 received 278,000 filler injections and those 20 to 29 years old received 69,000 filler injections, which only account for 12 percent of all their minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. Putting too much filler on the chin can distort facial balance, making the lower third of the face appear square rather than heart-shaped, which is associated with youth. Over time, fillers can stretch the tissues under the skin, accelerating the aging process. This is because those tissues won't bounce back in the same way as you age.
Additionally, with each doctor visit, more padding may be needed to stretch the skin and tissue even more. It is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with facial fillers and to consult a qualified doctor before undergoing any procedure.