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    What are the fillers?

    Fillers are natural or synthetic material used to restore youthfulness to your face, lips, enhance shallow contours or soften those facial creases and wrinkles by adding more volume giving immediate result.

    Although it has limitations, it can’t correct excess sagging skin, These treatments aren’t permanent, however, and they must be repeated and maintained.

    Who is an ideal candidate for filler?

    Any healthy individual, who is positive about his appearance and knows expectation with treatment and limitations of fillers and not ready for surgical facelift. As you can’t stop the aging process but Dermal fillers are wonderful to rejuvenate your appearance

    What are the types of fillers?

    They are : Temporary and Semi-Permanent/ permanent.


    Collagen is a natural protein substance, derived either from human skin or cows (known as bovine collagen), then injected into your face. This is impressive in filling of facial hollows.

    Hyaluronic acid is also a natural substance found in body. It’s high concentrations mainlyfound in soft connective tissue and in the fluid around eyes, in some cartilage and joint fluids, as well as skin tissue. Hyaluronic acid is not derived from animal sources. Brand names include:, Juvederm, Perlane and Restylane.

    Calcium hydroxylapatite,  is found naturally in human bones. This mineral-like compound is reserved to fill the deepest creases such as nasolabial folds, marionette lines and frown lines. It’s also used to enhance fullness of the cheeks and other facial contours. Calcium-based microspheres are suspended in a water-based gel. Brand names include: Radiesse.


    PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate) fillers contain about 20 percent PMMA microspheres suspended in 80 percent purified collagen gel. This substance, considered semi-permanent, can be removed. PMMA is mostly used to treat medium-to-deep wrinkles, particularly nasolabial folds. It can also be used to fill out pitted scars and to augment thin lips. Brand names : Articol, Artefill.

    How does it work in deeper lines and scar?

    Deeper areas will often require multiple injections to achieve desired results. so a local anesthetic is given to make you comfortable. Common sites for deeper tissue fillers are the nasolabial folds and marionette lines, or to enhance fullness in the cheeks.

    What are the risks involved in fillers application?

    Complications from fillers are uncommon. Fillers that are derived from non-human sources sometimes require a pre-treatment allergy test. The risks include:

    • Bruising/ Bleeding/ Skin rash/ Temporary numbness, which disappear in few hrs to few days.
    • Under- or over-correction of wrinkles/ Asymmetry

    How is recovery in fillers application?

    There is no downtime with dermal fillers. You can resume normal activities right away.  Take a precaution, not to rub the treated area so that the filler material remains undisturbed.

    Is filler results are permanent?

    It’s important to realize that dermal fillers are not. The way our face continues to age and how body absorbs fillers will determine the timing of repeat treatments. permanent. Even the semi-permanent variety eventually require re-treatments..

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