Injectable Dermal fillers
How to Restore volume and youthfulness to your face ?
What is dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are gel-like injectable agents approved by the FDA to help with smoothing skin wrinkles, tissue volume loss and enhancing facial contours. Fillers are injected underneath the skin in different areas of the face :
- Nasolabial folds
- Marionette lines
- Oral commissures
The hyaluronic acid protein (filler) is already present in our body, so it is perfectly tolerated. The injection of this product in strategic areas of the face counteract the decrease of collagen, elastic fibers and hyaluronic acid otherwise known as the natural effects of time.
Fillers are used to restore youth like features through replacement of lost tissue volume and smoothing out coarse wrinkles. It is also a good treatment for under eye hollowness.
What can i expect from dermal fillers?
Filler injections have different objectives. First of all this protein, once injected, will fill the wrinkles and instantly replace the lost volume in the different areas of the face
Filler can be used in other areas such as hand for rejuvenation purposes.
Fillers are used to restore volume to certain areas of the face, especially the lips, to make them fuller and younger looking. Other parts of the face can also be injected which is known as remodeling. Remodeling of the face consists of reconstituting the volume and contours of the face and generally combating skin slackening. The main locations for remodeling are the eyebrows, cheekbones, chin and nose.
Finally, fillers can be used to bring your eyes back to life. Hollow eyes are undoubtedly the first sign of fatigue that one can observe. They weigh down and devitalize the eyes, while giving a sick and weakened look. Hollow circles and under eye darkness reveal the bone that surrounds the eyes. To learn more about this under eye treatment we invite you to click here.
How long does it take for fillers to work?
The effects of this treatment are immediate but may take a few days to fully settle down.
How long do fillers last?
Even though there are different factors contributing to filler longevity such as body metabolism, expression, and type of filler, the average longevity of filler is between 6-12 months. Maintenance at 6 to 9 months can extend the result up to 18 months.
What is dermal filler procedure?
At Sunny Aesthetic, we place great importance on listening to our patients. Therefore, we will begin the consultation by identifying your concerns and needs. Based on this information and our professional expertise, we will compose a dermal filler treatment plan perfectly adapted to your goals and the anatomy of your face.
Before the filler injections, topical anesthesia will be administered to numb the treatment area. Depending on the area to be injected and the desired results, we will mark a number of points based on the unique structure of your face. Treatment takes about 30 to 45 minutes depending on the treatment site.
During the treatment, Fillers are injected into the skin with a needle or cannula. The procedure takes about half an hour and you will be free to continue your day as usual. The temporary swelling and possible bruises are expected after treatment.
At Sunny Aesthetic, we use different filler products such as Restylane, RHA4, Sculptra, Radiesse, Juvederm, and Versa which allow us to make the best plan of care based on your aesthetic concerns and anatomy. These ranges of fillers have different properties allowing to adapt the care plan to each patient, their concerns, and their anatomy.
At the end of the session, we will give you some advice on what to do in the coming days to maximize the effects of the treatment.
Fillers Before and after
How much are dermal fillers?
The cost of the filler injections varies according to the expected results, the areas to be treated, and the type of product. Filling of the cheeks and Nasolabial folds will require a different procedure from lip fillers so prices will vary.
In general, the pricing is between $500 up to $1000 per syringe.
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