Lady Dy of Dy Dermatology Center in Glenview, Illinois Uses Dermal Fillers to Help Patients Looking to Recover Young, Fuller Skin They Once Had. Without any surgery, downtime or frightening side effects, dermal fillers allow Dr. Dy provide rapid results in specific areas of aging. Dermal fillers, also known as injectable implants, soft tissue fillers, or wrinkle fillers, are medical device implants approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in helping to diminish fine lines and wrinkles, and to restore volume and fullness to the face.
These non-surgical rejuvenation treatments help combat early signs of aging and can even be used to enhance and maintain the effects of facial rejuvenation surgery. Dermal fillers are non-invasive and safe, even safe enough to use during pregnancy. The best part about dermal fillers is that there are many different types that serve different purposes for the skin. Dy can work with you to customize your treatment plan.
Calcium hydroxylapatite is biosynthetically produced, meaning no animals or animal products are used. This reduces the risk of an allergic reaction and no skin tests are required. It is known that this type of dermal filler produces a very natural result, it does not migrate and side effects are rare. It was first used in dentistry and reconstructive surgery and has a long history of safety.
Dermal fillers have become the secret weapon to combat the signs of aging. Dy suggests these treatments to almost any patient who wants to treat and prevent skin aging, from eyebrow lines to wrinkles on the lips and sunken and sunken cheeks. Before you assume that you need a full facelift, or that there is nothing left to revive your skin, talk to Dr. She will determine the best type and volume of filling needed to treat your particular areas of concern.
Results can last six months or longer. Steps can be taken to prevent the resorption of grafted fat, which may decrease the effects sooner. Depositing smaller amounts of fat over a longer period of time has proven to be the most beneficial preventive strategy against aging. The results of the filling can never be predicted 100%, but having the right doctor, one who knows how the filler reacts on the body and really cares about the desired result, can help to avoid any negative side effects and give desirable results.
According to the report, young people aged 30 to 39 received 278,000 filler injections and those aged 20 to 29 received 69,000 filler injections, accounting for only 12 percent of all their minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. Dermal fillers can be injected into different parts of the skin, such as the cheeks, mouth, and jawline, and when injected around the eyes and lips, they are popularly known as lip fillers. BOTOX and dermal fillers work well together to provide patients with an overall facial rejuvenation treatment. This filler focuses on reducing the appearance of facial creases and lines and can last six to nine months.
Cosmetic fillers can be used for temporary facial contouring, treating hollow areas around the eyes and filling the lips. For example, softer fillers are used on the lips, while stronger fillers can be used to enhance cheekbones. Injecting dermal fillers is not a beautician's task, and you should remember that when you choose to get dermal fillers. Dermal fillers or wrinkle fillers are one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the anti-aging department.