Immediate smoothing of facial lines, softly and gently. Getting older is a fact of life. Some people age better while some are lucky enough to look younger.
The younger you look the better you feel about yourself. As you get older the characteristics of your skin changes, age, hormones, sun exposure and smoking all have a part to play causing fine lines and wrinkles. Skin becomes more fragile and less elastic. The Hyaluronic Acid (HA) content of skin – which is important in water retention – decreases, so skin looks less plump and smooth and it also, loses its youthful colour and glow. Gravity also plays a part pulling at the skin causing it to sag. Dermal Fillers have become increasingly popular a a non-surgical technique to combat the signs of ageing.
Help is on hand with a range of tissue fillers :
Non-surgical aesthetics treatments are becoming more and more popular because they are the quicker, less painful and more subtle than plastic surgery. Juvéderm™ / Restylane / Teoxane / RHA are ranges of injectable gels that provide a simple, fast answer, using Hyaluronic acid – a substance that occurs naturally in the body, not only fills wrinkles but also replaces what the skin has lost over time.
What are soft tissue fillers?
The role of hyaluronic acid in the skin is to deliver nutrients, hydrate the skin by holding in water, and to act as a cushioning agent.
New generation hyaluronic acid fillers from ALLERGAN and GALDERMA, world leaders in non-surgical aesthetics products, provide us with specially formulated type of hyaluronic acid (HA) that exists naturally in your skin. It’s a natural, biodegradable gel that flows easily and smoothly into your skin, instantly filling out those troublesome lines leaving a smooth and natural look and feel. So, you’ll notice an immediate difference after just one treatment.
What do soft tissue fillers do?
How are soft tissue fillers used?
What will soft tissue fillers accomplish?
What are possible side effects of soft tissue fillers?
Vascular occlusion, although very rare, is a very real complications of dermal fillers. The vascular occlusion can lead to tissue necrosis and infection of a certain area of the skin. Blindness due to vascular occlusion of a vessel that supplies the eye, which is mostly irreversible is the most serious complication. It is essential that you select a qualified medical doctor with advanced training in not only aesthetic procedures, but one that has advanced training in handling potential complications. Absolutely essential that dermal fillers be administered in a registered medical practice that is set up to handle emergencies.