Get Rid Of Wrinkles With Fillers

5 years ago By Ästhetik Rx Injections

The ageing process can feel like a downward spiral when you have no idea how to conserve your youth. Fortunately, in this day in age there are various ways to prolong the ageing process and maintain smooth skin. Looking young is more than just eating healthy, exercising, and a quality skin care regime. Fillers are popular for a reason, and when used correctly, they can definitely minimize or even reverse the signs of all ageing.

How Fillers Work For Wrinkles

Before treating wrinkles with fillers is it essential to determine which areas need the most help. It's not about overdoing them, as it will create the illusion of a stiff face. Your doctor will simply pinpoint the hollowed areas on your face along with the fine lines and wrinkles. After just half an hour of the fillers being applied, you will already see a difference. The young plump glow of your skin you once had will be revived with fillers just so long as it's not abused. Some people make the terrible decision with mixing fillers with all sorts of other procedures which causes the smoothness of the skin to look over-the-top.

The Different Types of Fillers For Young Smooth Skin

The most popular type of wrinkle filler that's also the most recommended for first time users is hyaluronic acid. This type of filler offers results fairly quickly with very minimum possible side effects. Some doctors even state that they can help promote collagen growth in the skin as well. Other types of fillers for wrinkles include Juvederm and Restylane. All of which are very effective in their own ways, and the one you choose will all vary on your personal needs.

Fillers for wrinkles relax the muscles of the affected area and will stay there for 6-18 months. Depending on how well you take care of your skin after the fillers, they will definitely stay there for its maximum time. It is vital to come back in a few months for touch ups if you want to maintain the youthful glow, and as you age, the dose will of course change as well. 

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