Minimally invasive procedures including dermal fillers are becoming increasingly popular and accessible, but it can be hard to figure out exactly how they work, what all of the different products do, and which option is best to achieve the results you want. This guide will give you all of the information you need to understand the differences between hyaluronic acid fillers and collagen-based fillers, how long you can expect the results to last, and how each product achieves optimal results.

What Are Dermal Fillers and How Do They Work?

Dermal fillers work to restore lost volume in certain areas of the body and enhance areas, such as the lips or cheeks, by adding volume in a controlled way. A decrease in collagen is one of the biggest causes of fine lines and wrinkles and experts believe the breakdown begins when people are around 25 years old.

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Dermal fillers are versatile, minimally invasive, and relatively low risk, which makes them a popular option for people who are looking to get the upper hand on signs of ageing. They are not the same as neurotoxins like Anti wrinkle injections and work in a completely different way, but they do treat similar skin complaints. Fillers are FDapproved to address the following concerns:

  • Brow Furrows
  • Crow’s Feet
  • Frown Lines
  • Under Eye fine lines
  • Acne Scarring
  • Pronounced Nasolabial Folds
  • Fine Lips
  • Aging Hands
  • Vertical Lip Lines
  • Cheek Enhancement
  • Lips
  • Cheeks
  • Jaw Lines
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