Dermal Fillers

Some term them as injectable or soft tissue fillers. Typically used in minimally invasive aesthetic medicine to volumize, alter the contours of the face, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles to reverse the signs of aging. Resulting in a fuller and smoother appearance. Many have the misconception that all fillers are the same however, they work differently while they do compliment and can work together creating comprehensive results.

Most fillers contain an active ingredient called hyaluronic acid. A natural substance that can be found in the human body that aids the lubrication of joints, tissue repairs and collagen production. Another type of dermal fillers are such that contains compounds that when inject, speeds up the prodcution of collagen to volumize and stimulate the body’s fibroblast for longer-lasting effects.Some common brands includes Juvederm, Restylane, Captique, Esthelis, Hylaform, Sculptra, Radiesse, Ellanse.

Good fillers are often invisible – when injected by a highly-skilled doctor, fillers should look natural and subtle that goes unnoticeable. For the best results and advice, you should seek a qualified and certified doctor.