The 3 Rules of Dermal Fillers
Dec 17, 2013 - 3:12:39 PM
Wrinkle fillers provide results by replenishing the volume under the fine lines and deep creases of the skin. Fillers will work best on Static lines, those caused by a lack of skin elasticity and sagging tissues. For Dynamic wrinkles, which are caused by repetitive muscle movement, a product like Botox Cosmetic will work best. Applied through tiny injections to the targeted area, the results of Dermal Fillers can last from six and twelve months. Safely absorbed by the body, a filler encourages the natural formation of the collagen, which provides the skin's healthy structure.
Sound like a Dermal Filler is right for you? Glasgold Group has three very important rules of wrinkle fillers, which will assure you of safe and satisfying results. If you want more information on how you can benefit from Dermal Fillers, call the top plastic surgeon in New Jersey, the Glasgold Group, at 732.846.6540.
Three Rules of Dermal Fillers:
1. Do not be blinded by ‘bargain' wrinkle filler treatments. While everyone wants to get a reasonable price for their purchases, remember you pay for what you get. A far cheaper Dermal Filler treatment will likely mean some corners are being cut and compromises being made. Either the skill or medical training of the provider is questionable, or the quality of the product is below par; not something you want to inject into your face.
2. Dermal Fillers should always be applied in a medical setting. Sterile instruments must be used in a clean, appropriately appointed office. Never allow a treatment to be given in a mall, hotel, or a ‘pop up shop'; no matter who is performing them. More importantly, do not allow anyone to administer a Dermal Filler at someone's house. Aside from the aesthetic risks involved with someone less qualified applying the treatment, there are dangerous health risk that can occur in a less than sterile environment. These can include infection and systemic reaction.
3. Avoid injectable wrinkle fillers that come from outside of a physician's office. It is vital that you know who is providing your Dermal Filler treatment and that they are licensed professionals. When a wrinkle filler is performed outside of a doctor's office, you cannot know exactly what is being injected under your skin. There have been horror stories of people using everything from an industrial-grade silicone, baby oil, and even an unapproved filler-type product. If your provider looks shady, or will not give you information about what he will be using during your visit, move on.
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