Dermal fillers, also known as injectable implants, are a temporary solution for wrinkles and fine lines. They are injected into the skin to fill and soften it, but they are not permanent and will eventually be absorbed by the body after six months or a year. In areas of the face with more movement, such as the lips, the constant movement of the muscles breaks down and dissolves the filler at a faster rate. Aging causes sagging skin and wrinkles, and while minimally invasive fillers and injections may work for a short time, patients should consider a facelift to reverse signs of aging and improve self-esteem.
We suggest that you only consider receiving dermal filler treatment at an accredited medical clinic that has a team of highly trained and experienced cosmetic doctors and nurses. During a filling procedure, your medical professional or licensed physician will evaluate your face to develop strategies for applying fillers. It is important to note that temporary fillers can also cause side effects, although their duration is shorter and less severe than those caused by permanent and long-term fillers. Dr.
Gavin Chan (MBBS, cosmetic physician, liposuctionist) and his team of highly trained and experienced cosmetic doctors and nurses have been using dermal fillers on patients to transform their faces for the past 15 years. Dermal fillers can be used to replace lost volume and keep skin smooth and youthful, as well as smooth out wrinkles and restore facial fullness that occurs with age. They can also be placed in fine and deep wrinkles in the lower part of the face and around the mouth and double chin. If you search the Internet, ask other aesthetic doctors who regularly inject fillers, or ask patients how long the fillers last, the answer is usually the same; 6, 12, or 18 months.
Due to the low maintenance factor of most fillers on the market, some of the worst fears people have about long-term use of filler are unfounded. Mobin Master has been referring patients to him especially when he needs to know if the swelling under the eyes is the result of old dermal filler or fat deposits. He also warns his patients who have developed a lump above the lip to dissolve injectable fillers before new filler injections. In addition, he only treats patients with dermal fillers approximately every 12 months, which provides natural results.