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Thursday, Mar 23, 2023

What Are Dermal Fillers and Do I Need Them?

What Are Dermal Fillers and Do I Need Them?

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, more than 2.5 million people received dermal fillers in 2018. Dermal fillers have earned their place as one of the world’s most popular cosmetic surgeries.

What are dermal fillers, though? What gives this cosmetic surgery its mass appeal? Is there anything to watch out for?

We’ll cover all of these questions and more in this article. Come along and we’ll tell you the most important things about dermal fillers.

What Are Dermal Fillers Used For?

Dermal fillers solve similar problems to Botox but approach them from a different angle. Rather than relax the muscles in your face, dermal fillers add volume beneath wrinkles and other trouble spots. This fills the space beneath those wrinkles, providing a fuller and firmer appearance.

If you have wrinkles, you may ask yourself, “do I need dermal fillers? What about other solutions?” If you need help deciding, look at which area of your face presents the trouble.

Dermal fillers work best for wrinkles in the middle or lower parts of your face. If your trouble spots mostly concentrate in the upper half of your face, Botox might be the better option. Reputable filler providers like Ascension will tell you whether you’re a good candidate for dermal fillers.

How Much Do Dermal Fillers Cost?

The cost of dermal fillers depends heavily on how much work you need. The number of syringes of filler material used in the process sets the cost.

Some procedures only take a single syringe. Depending on the filler used, this can cost between $500 and $1000. You can expect this price to scale directly with the number of syringes, though some doctors may be able to cut you a deal on a more complex procedure.

How Often Will You Need Treatment?

The average dermal filler treatment lasts between six and twelve months. The precise time depends on the filler used, and results can vary.

What Will Happen During Treatment?

First-time participants often want to know the details of the procedure. Once you choose to get dermal fillers, what are they doing to do?

A doctor or nurse will assess your face, looking for the best spots to inject the filler. Once sites have been chosen, the doctor will numb your face using anesthetics or something cold.

Once your face has been numbed, the doctor will inject the filler material. While you may experience some pain or discomfort, most people report no significant problems.

Are Dermal Fillers Safe?

As long as your doctor avoids injecting in danger zones, dermal fillers are safe. As injections into danger zones can lead to tissue death and vision loss, doctors do not recommend home injections.

A Better, Fuller Look

What are dermal fillers going to do for you? They won’t change the shape of your face, but they can help you achieve a younger-looking face and improve your confidence.

We hope you liked this article. If cosmetic and medical procedures catch your interest, check out our health section for more information.


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