Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered where all those wrinkles came from? Genetics can make aging feel harsh, but you don’t have to wear your genetics on your face. Medical science now offers many options for restoring your younger appearance.
Dermal fillers, also known as injectable implants, soft tissue fillers, or wrinkle fillers, are medical implants approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to help create smoother, fuller face and hand skin. While many dermal fillers are temporary medical procedures, results can last for years.
At Genesis Health Institute we’re dedicated to helping our patients look their best. To learn more about dermal filler treatment or schedule an appointment at the Genesis Health Institute, call (954) 561-3175 today or contact us online.
Genesis Health Institute professionals are dedicated to finding the dermal filler treatment that will achieve your desired result. In many cases they’ll also suggest enabling the production of collagen, a skin protein. The following is a list of popular injectable cosmetic filler products:
Results of this sugar treatment are temporary, usually lasting 6-12 months before the body absorbs the filler. Brand names include Juvéderm XC, VOLUMA, and Restylane.
CaHA is a mineral used for treating deep lines and wrinkles while stimulating natural collagen production. This filler lasts about 12 months. Brand names include Radiesse.
Poly-L-lactic acid is a synthetic polymer that helps treat deeper facial wrinkles and rebuild collagen. Results usually last about 2 years. Brand names include Sculptra Aesthetic.
This injectable filler is a synthetic polymer that supports the skin, providing structure and firmness. Effects may last up to 2 years. Brand names include Bellafill and Artefill.
Dermal filler uses can include:
Certain dermal fillers cannot be used on patients under 21 years of age. Dermal fillers cannot be used for certain procedures like breast or buttocks augmentation. Learn more about which dermal filler procedures the FDA has approved here.
Any dermal filler can cause temporary or permanent side effects. Because some patients are allergic to certain dermal fillers, you should be tested for allergies before using any kind of injectable implants.
Common dermal filler side effects include:
Rarer side effects can include:
Our trained specialists are dedicated to and highly experienced with reducing possible dermal filler side effects. Severe side effects occur rarely.
These days, aging doesn’t have to affect your appearance, confidence, and self-esteem. FDA-approved dermal fillers can help smooth your wrinkles and fill your skin with healthy collagen. To learn more about how injectable facial fillers can help you turn back the clock and restore your natural beauty, call Genesis Health Institute at (954) 561-3175 today or contact us online.
Dermal fillers have been approved by the FDA and used safely for many years. Common side effects of dermal fillers include bruising, pain, and swelling. As some people are allergic to dermal fillers, you should be tested for allergies before using any kind of injectable implants.
Dermal fillers fill and support the skin tissues with either natural or synthetic su, improving your physical appearance and—in many cases—generating an important skin protein called collagen.
The cost of a dermal filler procedure will vary depending on many factors, such as the type of filler used and where the procedure is performed. The average cost for any dermal filler (per syringe) may be anywhere between $600-$900. Calcium hydroxylapatite is generally the most cost-effective option, while polymethylmethacrylate is the most luxurious choice.