Aging is a normal part of the human cycle, and no one can do away with it. Unfortunately, the result of aging is more evident in our skin. As people age, their skin loses vibrance, volume, contour, and suppleness. Heavy and fine lines appear on the face and will surely linger as it grows deep into the skin.
While your skin continues to age, cosmetic sciences continue to develop ways to help patients reverse the progress of skin aging. One of the most advanced and innovative ways of clearing those unwanted lines and pumping up sagging skin is dermal fillers.
Dermal fillers Brighton is an injectable gel-like substance that is responsible for stimulating collagen production in your skin. This gel-like substance works by attracting and retaining water that maintains skin hydration. When this happens your skin radiates bright, smooth, and young-looking skin.
The increase in popularity of dermal fillers has inspired many women to take that step into skin rebirth. However, getting a dermal filler procedure should be done by experienced and licensed cosmetic doctors to ensure safe, effective, and reliable results.
What are dermal fillers made of?
The primary ingredient of dermal fillers is hyaluronic acid. This is a plant-derived substance that is also naturally found in the human body. This makes it the perfect choice for cosmetic augmentation and volumizing procedures.
The hyaluronic acid found in the body is in charge of giving volume to the skin, lubricating your joints, and providing your eyes their natural shape. The hyaluronic acid found in dermal fillers, on the other hand, provides longevity to the treatment. HA in dermal fillers works the same way as that which is found in the body. That is, it stimulates the production and refurbishment of collagen and elastin in the skin.
Other types of dermal fillers also contain lidocaine which is a kind of sedative. Dermal fillers with lidocaine help ensure a more comfortable and pain-free treatment. This is specially tailored for patients with lower pain thresholds. However, rest assured that a numbing cream will be applied before injecting the dermal fillers.
Where can dermal fillers be used?
Skin aging leads to various skin issues such as volume loss, fine lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet, jowls, and many more. Sometimes, the corners of your mouth will start to droop which would leave a sad or angry impression. You may also notice that your cupid’s bow or the v-shape apex of your lips tend to flatten out.
Dermal fillers can help combat all these signs of aging. It can promote healthy and young-looking skin. It will define your eyes, cheekbones, lips, and jawlines.
Here are the common skin areas where dermal fillers can be used:
- Your nasolabial folds or the lines between your nose and mouth;
- The corner of your eyes;
- The corners of your mouth;
- Your lip lines;
- The wrinkled part of your hands;
- The fine lines around your eye;
- Your frown lines; and
- The tip of your nose.
Is it safe to get another cosmetic treatment with or after dermal fillers?
The effects of skin aging on people vary from one to another. Some may have deep-seated wrinkles even in their late thirties or early forties, while some have fine mild lines around their eyes even at late forties or early fifties. This has something to do with skin metabolism.
What is skin metabolism?
Skin metabolism is the biological process underlying the epidermal and dermal cells. It helps regulate the production of collagen and elastin in your skin. It also affects skin cell turnover and the natural process of skin repair in cases of sun damage and skin aging.
In this light, your trusted cosmetic doctors may recommend taking another skincare procedure or getting another treatment simultaneously with your dermal fillers. Your cosmetic doctor may also recommend additional dermal filler tandems like glycolic or TCA peels.
Your cosmetic doctors will discuss with you the advantages, benefits, and downtimes of doing so. In most cases, the pairing of treatments depends on the severity of skin issues like deep-seated wrinkles and austere skin sagging.
Dermal Filler Treatment Duration
How long does a dermal filler procedure take?
On average, the procedure takes about twenty to thirty minutes or even less. The duration of every procedure varies on the amount of dermal fillers to administer. It also considers the area where the dermal fillers are to be injected. Lastly, it also takes into account the severity of skin issues.
Touch-up procedures take less time than full filler procedures. Dermal filler touch-up procedures may be pre-scheduled mid-duration of the filler’s longevity. It may be between three to twenty-four months from the date of the procedure.
How long does a dermal filler last?
There are several types of dermal fillers. However, most dermal fillers last about six months to two years. At most, a dermal filler can last for five years. Your cosmetic doctors may recommend a touch-up session mid-duration of your dermal filler. This is to ensure that it remains effective and plumped up.
When you notice that the volume of your fillers is gradually diminishing, it may be the best time to take a trip to your trusted Brighton office and have a touch-up.
Your Trusted Brighton Cosmetic Doctors
SKIN CLUB Cosmetic Doctors in Brighton offers the safest, most effective, and high-quality dermal filler treatments. Our doctors have gained vast experiences and training to ensure reliable results. Your dreams are our dreams, hence, we will work with you until your desired look is acheived.
Our dermal fillers can work wonders even with deep-seated wrinkles and overly sagging skin. We can add vibrance to your face, neck, arms, hand, and chest. We aim to provide wrinkle-free skin, plumper pouty lips, smoother and younger-looking complexion, and more improved facial contours.
Visit SKIN CLUB Cosmetic Doctors and get our Brighton dermal fillers because you deserve a skin rebirth like no other!