Anti-aging products and procedures make up a huge chunk of the cosmetic industry. As you get older, your face naturally begins to lose its elasticity. This causes the skin to sag and form wrinkles. Many people want to smooth their wrinkles for a more youthful appearance. Wrinkle-reducing creams and serums can provide a temporary firming effect, but if you want a more permanent wrinkle reduction, you’ll have to look into more intensive cosmetic procedures. The main thing most people want to know before deciding to get dermal fillers is: Do they work?
Dermal Fillers Work, But Which Works Best?
There are many dermal fillers on the market. Most dermal fillers use some formulated type of hyaluronic acid or collagen to help add volume to the skin, contour features, and smooth out wrinkles, lines, and folds. Different dermal fillers work best for various parts of the face or body. Some dermal fillers can be used on the hands, some on the lips, some in the cheeks, and some all over the face. To find the best dermal filler for you, Dr. Kormeili will examine your skin and talk about your desired results to find the right treatment.
Important Key Facts About Dermal Fillers
- Longer lasting than other injectable treatments such as Botox
- Hyaluronic acid and collagen are both natural occurring substances in the body
- The fillers help tighten skin and improve wrinkles just like traditional therapies, but they’re much safer.
- Quick, minimally-invasive treatments.
What Can I Use Dermal Fillers For?
The beauty of dermal fillers is that they do more than just smoothing out wrinkles, the various uses for dermal fillers are:
- Plump up the lips
- Add volume to hollow cheeks
- Add volume to hands and smooth out hands
- Contour facial features
- Helps to produce natural collagen
- Helps to produce natural hyaluronic acid
Talk to Dr. Kormeili
The best dermal filler heavily relies on the results you want, your skin type, and severity of wrinkles. To find the best one for you schedule a consultation with Dr. Kormeili at Kormeili Dermatology. Call the office or fill out an online form to do so.