The Most common areas for dermal fillers are the cheeks, nasolabial folds, puppet lines around the mouth, and lips. Peter Lee, MD, D. Dr. Lin states that Juvederm Voluma and Restylane-Lyft are the two FDA-approved hyaluronic acid fillers most commonly used for cheek injections.
These softer fillers allow you to sculpt your cheeks and add natural-looking volume to the areas you want to enhance. Juvederm Ultra Plus XC and Juvederm VOLLURE XC are used to reduce the appearance of parenthetical lines or smile lines around the nose and mouth. Juvederm Ultra XC and Juvederm VOLBELLA XC are used to address anti-aging problems, such as wrinkles in the middle of the face. The cost of cheek fillers will depend on the type of dermal fillers chosen and the amount of material needed.
Facial treatments, such as chemical peels and hydrafacials, are compatible with dermal fillers since they treat superficial skin problems. There is a wide variety of fillers available to choose from for each aesthetic concern. Overfilling can cause sagging skin as a side effect. Restylane-L, Juvederm, and Belotero are dermal fillers commonly used for facial wrinkles, asymmetry, and volume loss.
The side effects of facial fillers tend to go away in seven to fourteen days. Learn about the HA filling product line for each brand to determine which filler will work best for your needs.