Dermal Fillers and What They Do
When visiting your local cosmetic clinic, you’ll discover a ton of different treatments and procedures which work to solve certain skin and body care needs. One of those will be Dermal Fillers. You’ll sift through the pages, looking at all the different procedures, how much they cost, what the results are, all tons of information you’ll need to know. But obviously, clinics won’t put absolutely everything onto their website catalogs; they’re there to give you generalized information, not to give you a lesson in the beauty industry.
But if you were at some point interested in dermal fillers, which just so happen to be some of the most widely used compounds, you’ll probably be more interested to know what they do and what effects they have on your body, both positive and negative. Dermal fillers like Restylane, Juvederm NYC clinic’s most popular dermal fillers are among the two who happen to be the busiest in the beauty industry.
So, if you have ever been even slightly interested in dermal fillers and what they do, here’s a quick little informational booklet on what you need to know about dermal fillers and some extra stuff you’ll find pretty interesting.
How It’s Done
You’ll be happy to know that dermal fillers involve a non-invasive procedure, that’s quick, safe and painless. Now when I say non-invasive, this means the procedure involves very little damage to the skin, no cuts, no incisions, nothing’s going to be broken or pulled out. Most of the time, non-invasive procedures involve injections and that’s exactly what dermal fillers are: just a series of little injections into certain parts of the face.
Now, for some people who are not exactly comfortable with needles or, of course, are just downright scared of them, this may still be scary. There’s nothing wrong with that; we all have our fears. But if you’re worried that the procedure will be painful, there’s nothing to worry about. Doctors aren’t monsters; they know what hurts and what doesn’t better than anyone else, which is why during the procedure, the special numbing cream is applied to the face to ensure that there are no sensations, good or bad.
The procedure is pretty short compared to other treatments out there. Depending on what you’re treating and what kind of results you want, you’ll be sitting in the clinic for around 40 minutes, a lot of the time even less than that. So if you’re not into spending half your day sitting inside a clinic, you should be happy to know that the treatment is short enough for you to try out on your lunch break. After that, you can go back to what you were doing, although there are a few things you should know about what to do after the treatment.
Side Effects and Post Treatment
Speaking of what happens after, you’ll probably be interested in how dermal fillers will affect your body immediately after and in the coming week. Directly following the procedure, you’ll feel a little burning, swelling and itching on the treated area. You know how I said you can get treated within a lunch break; this isn’t exactly something you want to do. I was just pointing it out to show you how quick the treatment is.
Right after the procedure, you should take it a little easy. Because, for the first couple of days, you’re going to be feeling a few side effects. While they are quite small and only slightly annoying, you should still take good care of yourself and make sure that you’re not stressing your skin throughout that time. For example, avoid extreme temperatures, whether hot or cold, make sure not to touch or feel the treated areas too much.
Keep it Moisturised
You should also make sure that you keep the skin moisturized and clean while you’re feeling the side effects. This is to make sure that your skin is getting all the proper care while it’s weak.
And what’s one of the best parts of dermal fillers? The effects are immediate. Since the treatment is injecting a special compound that fills up certain areas of the face. The physical differences are immediately noticeable immediately after the injection. You can see the results as if you were getting a haircut.
The results depend on what you were looking to get from the treatment. If you want improved face volume, dermal fillers have got you covered. By raising the skin in certain areas of the face, they improve facial volume. Theses part may include cheekbones, jawline, and chin to be more visible and contoured, making it look younger.
If you’re looking to get some anti-aging, dermal fillers are also great at smoothing out wrinkles. Different variants of both the Restylane and Juvederm dermal fillers exist that are specialized in handling different kinds of wrinkles. Juvederm, for example, is good at not only handling wrinkles around the forehead. But it also improves the lining of the lips, such as smile lines. Restylane can do wonder on wrinkles around the eyes, such as crow’s feet. By injecting dermal fillers, the skin of the face becomes much smoother, looking much younger.
And finally, dermal fillers can also do what their name implies: fill. Fill what? Lips. Lip fillers are some of the most demanded treatments in clinics all across the world. With a precise injection, lips look much more supple, bigger and natural.
So, hopefully, you’ve got some interesting insight into what dermal fillers are and what they can do for you. If you’re still looking for a good clinic to get a dermal filler treatment. Try MiracleFace MedSpa and their Restylane or Juvederm NYC treatment plans. These include professional dermal filler treatment for a price that’s reasonable for the kind of high-quality work that is done.