Dermal Fillers: 5 Things You Need To Know Before Treatment
12 Dec 2015
Dermal fillers have recently become headlined and centre stage mainly due to celebs such as Renee Zellweger and Sharon Stone who have decide to brave the world of injectables. Many have had negative input and yet, few realise that subtle changes are achievable too.
Here are 5 points to take into consideration when looking to have injectable fillers. These are used in order to minimise ageing, replace facial volume and even correct facial symmetry.
Dermal fillers – all you need to know
1. Life as usual
The use of dermal fillers achieves great results, however unlike plastic surgery, there is little to no down time required for healing. After a treatment, you can resume most of your everyday activities, looking fresh and rejuvenated right away.
2. There is only one dermal filler
This is very much a misconception, these days there are many different dermal fillers. It is important to choose a reputable establishment that makes use of well known brands, as well as having Dr’s trained in the use of different fillers which can be used to fill or plump in different areas. A treatment tailored to your facial anatomy will always give best and most natural looking results.
3. Not only for application on wrinkles
There are many dermal fillers on the market, the variety offers the medical aesthetic Dr an opportunity to make a visible difference with acne scars, lips, crow’s feet, create cheeks and even change the shape of the nose.
4. No pain and plenty of gain
Dermal fillers are designed to replace lost volume below wrinkles for beautiful and more natural-looking complexion minus the pain and ‘down time’. Medical aesthetic Dr’s make use of a variety of anaesthetics to minimise any sensation or discomfort, therefore this a great lunch time treatment.
5. Find a qualified & registered Dr ‘ no quacks or gypsies’
Dermal fillers should only be administered by qualifies and registered medical doctor. There are many fly-by-night practices popping up with what we call ‘gypsies’ in other words unqualified persons who are administering injectables, this is too scary a though to contemplate and could land up doing serious damage to your appearance.
Dr’s undergo years of training and then get specialised training for injectables … don’t play ‘russian roulette’ with your face the consequences may be irreversible.
In conclusion, cosmetic injections can prove to be a great investment and non-invasive alternative to surgery. As a result, it allows you t the client to avoid the anxiety, stress and ‘down time’. Problems and concerns that are often associated with going ‘under the knife’.