Wrinkles, fine lines, and volume loss are inevitable symptoms of aging. Dermal fillers are a welcome solution to minimize signs of aging and restore volume loss to reveal defined contours and plump multiple areas of the face. Dermal Fillers help restore volume loss that appears as we age. Dermal fillers are treatments used to fade fine lines on your face or hands and lessen other signs of aging making your skin look fuller and youthful.
Get highly effective treatment at La Vie MD to restore balance to the face, add subtle volume and hydration to the face, lips, and hands and restore a more youthful appearance. To maintain the desired effect, patients may need to repeat the procedure after an interval of time.
Hyaluronic acid is naturally produced in the body but often diminishes in production as we age, causing wrinkles and folds to form and become more pronounced. Dermal filler injections are proven to restore volume where wrinkles and folds in the skin persist. At La Vie MD, we offer the Restylane portfolio of hyaluronic acid fillers to treat multiple areas of concern. The portfolio includes:
As you age, your skin starts to lose collagen, which is an important part of your body. Decreased amounts of collagen in the skin can cause skin laxity and loss of volume. Dermal fillers can be used to:
Generally, dermal fillers are considered a safe treatment. Some of the common reactions you can have are redness, mild swelling, bruising, itching, and tenderness. However, other side effects are very rare.
You shouldn’t have a filler treatment if you are allergic to any of the ingredients used in the process. Also, if you have active acne, you should avoid fillers because your skin might feel irritated or infected.
Most dermal fillers (Dermal Filler’s) cost may range between $600 and $1,000 per syringe. The average cost of dermal fillers is $1,175 and can even range up to $3,600. The cost for the entire process can also depend on the size of the treatment area.
No! There is no downtime. You can get back to your normal routine. Although, some patients can have some bruising or swelling, so it is advised not to schedule a filler appointment right before any important event.
Dermal fillers are divided in to two types, semi-permanent and permanent. Semi-permanent ones are biosynthetic and are produced without animal products so that there is no risk of allergic reactions. Both semi-permanent and permanent dermal fillers are comprised of collagen and PMMA.
There are different types of dermal fillers. Although, Juvederm and other fillers use hyaluronic acid to fill out wrinkles. Some studies suggest that fillers can also be used in the formation of collagen. As a result, your skin looks smoother and younger for longer.
An anti-wrinkle injection is effective for treating dynamic wrinkles and expression lines. On the other side, dermal fillers act to add volume, for example in the lips or cheeks, and some even act as skin rejuvenators at the same time.
You can see the natural-looking results right after the treatment and your skin will look dewy and rejuvenated.