10 Apr How to choose the right filler treatment for you?
How do you feel about becoming older? Assume you’re becoming concerned about the fine lines and wrinkles that are beginning to appear on your face. Or perhaps you’ve noticed a decrease in volume in your cheeks or lips. Getting dermal filler may appear to be a wonderful option until you perform some research and become overwhelmed by the variety of fillers available.
While there are many types of filler to select from, determining which one is ideal for you isn’t as difficult as it appears. Finding the proper filler might be a piece of cake if you know what you want from your treatments.
What are your goals?
“What is my goal?” is the most critical question to ask oneself while considering fillers. What do you expect to achieve with the filler, and what do you possibly gain from your treatment?
Fillers, in general, can be used for a variety of purposes. They “fill in” lines and wrinkles that form as a result of gravity and the loss of collagen. They also increase volume to certain parts of the face, such as the lips and cheeks. Fillers can offer a mild lift in some circumstances, helping to make slightly drooping and loose skin appear tighter. Fillers are also used by some people to restore volume to their hands or to replicate the benefits of rhinoplasty without the need for surgery.
If you want to fill in very small wrinkles, such as those that appear around the lips, a filler manufactured from a very thin, fragile type of hyaluronic acid, may be the ideal option.
If you want to plump out your cheeks, though, you’ll probably want to use a thicker, more viscous filler like Juvederm Voluma. Juvederm, in a different form, is frequently used to fill up the lips. Juvederm Volbella is a lip filler that is particularly formulated for use on the lips and has a longer-lasting effect than other lip fillers.
Do you want your results to last a long time?
When it comes to outcomes, that’s something else to think about when choosing a filler. Some fillers last only a few months, while others might last up to two years. It all depends on the filler’s thickness and how quickly it is metabolized by your body.
Lip fillers usually last around six months until they need to be replaced. A filler like Volbella, on the other hand, is created and built to last for up to a year, as previously stated. If you’re not sure if you’ll prefer having larger lips, start with a shorter-lasting filler before moving on to a longer-lasting one.
Results may emerge immediately after the injection or may take time to materialize. Both Voluma and Sculptra, for example, serve to enhance the volume of the cheeks. Sculptra takes longer than Voluma and gives quick, long-lasting results. To improve volume, the injectable stimulates collagen synthesis. That means you may not see any improvement for several weeks or months.
How many treatments are you looking for?
Another consideration is the number of treatments you desire. For example, you can use a combination of fillers to get a more revitalized and rejuvenated appearance. It’s also worth noting that certain therapies need numerous