10 Jun Benefits of Hyaluronic Fillers
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is one of the most popular ingredients in facial fillers, and an excellent option to make skin plumper, dewier, and younger looking. It is also one of the most in-demand fillers at RefinedMD, able to be injected nearly anywhere in the face to replace lost volume and improve face shape. HA is especially helpful in treating lines around the mouth and nose.
You’ll find HA in a number of top-rated brands including Juvederm and Restylane. Every type of filler is designed to last a different amount of time, and HA can last anywhere from four months to around one year. However, the more dermal filler that is injected, the more dramatic the result and the longer it will last. Some clients prefer to start with fewer injections to try out a look, while others are confident in the results they desire and can achieve a more dramatic look that will last longer. The site of the HA dermal filler injection will also play a role in how long it lasts. For instance, in areas that don’t move much—such as the chin—fillers tend to last a little longer.
During a consultation for dermal fillers, your dermatologist will go over the benefits of all injectables. HA is a common pick because of its versatility and stunning results. Many first-time clients wonder if fillers are painful, but a premium skin clinic will use lidocaine to numb the area and ensure a comfortable experience. Clients also wonder if dermal fillers can be reversed. HA can be dissolved with hyaluronidase, which is particularly effective with Restylane.
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When considering any type of filler, it’s vital only to see an expert with both the skills and products to help you attain the best results. Otherwise, there’s a risk of getting “cookie cutter” results that aren’t customized to your unique features and goals. A great skin clinic customizes dermal filler injections to enhance your esthetics for natural-looking results. To learn more about dermal fillers or to schedule your consultation, call RefinedMD at (408) 688-2082.