When it comes to cosmetic injections, permanent facial fillers may look attractive, given that they supposedly last a lifetime. However, substances that are permanent cannot be easily adjusted. Time and aging will eventually affect skin and bones. Facial bones will shrink and atrophy over time.
Using permanent fillers or permanent cosmetic injections can make you look “unusual” or unattractive in just a few years. Permanent fillers are recognized by the body as foreign substances that can often provoke an immune response. When the body detects a permanent filling, it can try to remove it by creating granulomas. This side effect occurs when the body's immune system contains foreign substances that they cannot eliminate.
A granuloma presents as a hard, often red lump, often where the filler was injected.When a more permanent solution to facial wrinkles is desired, PMMA is often used instead of collagen replacement therapy or hyaluronic therapy. PMMA has been used for many years in permanent surgical implants. Because of this, the surgeon is likely to underfill in the first treatment and add more in the future if necessary.Semi-permanent fillers include Radiesse and Sculptra and last 1 to 2 years. Artefil and grease are the most common permanent fillers.Temporary dermal fillers or permanent dermal fillers are used to restore and rejuvenate facial skin without any invasive procedures.
This is done by injecting hyaluronic fillers (HA) into the skin. Injections help restore structural support by imparting volume to the skin envelope. Cosmetic injections can temporarily prevent the natural progression of facial aging and correct volume loss that would lead to a sunken or wrinkled facial appearance.Dermal fillers are a popular means to rejuvenate a face with reduced volume or to improve certain facial features, such as the lips or cheekbones. For example, softer fillers are used on the lips, while stronger fillers may be desired to improve the cheekbones.
And those approved fillers based on temporary filling solutions are superior for numerous reasons compared to options for permanent fillers or even lip augmentation surgery.When a permanent filler is added to the dermal layers of the skin, a filler that, unlike an approved temporary filler solution (the good quality time marks), a substance that does NOT exist naturally in the body is added.Dr. Gavin Chan points out that once you have undergone a permanent filling treatment, you cannot mix it with temporary fillers because of the risk of developing an infection or complications, including sequelae. We offer two different types of temporary fillers that are most commonly used to fill in the appearance of facial wrinkles, fill in lips, lift cheeks, smooth skin and more.Another advantage of temporary dermal fillers is that you have the freedom and ability to try different types of dermal filler injections to see how they affect your body. Permanent fillers leave no room for growth, adjustment, or manipulation as the individual changes or when other parts of the face and facial bones begin to atrophy.He points out, “It took me 12 years to make temporary fillers before I actually decided to make permanent fillers.
Injectable dermal fillers can fill thin lips, improve superficial contours, smooth facial folds, remove wrinkles, and improve the appearance of scars. They can be injected into the skin, with the most popular facial fillers on the lips, cheeks, jaw, nose and under the eyes. New wrinkles can be treated with anti-wrinkle injections, and lost volume can be replaced with high-quality dermal filler injections, not limited to a permanent filler that suddenly looks “wrong” or “out of balance”.One of the disadvantages of permanent fillers is that there are reports that a single injection of a permanent filler can develop foreign body-like cells, such as nodules.Because it's not permanent, you can test how each filler formulation affects your body before deciding if you want to apply it permanently. You choose how often you want to apply treatments and, if you don't like the results, you can stop treatment.