Facial Fillers, also known as Dermal Fillers, are a cosmetic treatment that helps smoothen out the skin by reducing fine lines, wrinkles or depression. The facial filters are also used to make the lips fuller. A filler raises up the hollow area when injected under the skin. Facial fillers can be both permanent and temporary where the effect can last from six months to two years and even longer. In order to maintain the results, the patient needs to get more facial injections once the filler starts to dissipate. At least one follow-up filler is required within a year.
Dermal Fillers are a non-invasive technique that help remove wrinkles, plump lips, soften facial features, and make scars less noticeable. Most people with such imperfections are good candidates for dermal fillers, ideal candidates are those who do not smoke and maintain good mental and physical health condition. Smokers can have problems with dermal fillers as their body may take longer to recover and heal. The candidates should be ready for multiple treatments to maintain the effect and should have realistic expectations.
The Facial fillers are given in through a properly conducted process where every step is performed carefully. Face mapping is done in the first step and the plastic surgeon evaluates your skin tone to examine the areas that need to be treated. In the next step, treatment areas are cleansed with an antibacterial agent and anesthetic ointment is applied to numb the skin. For some fillers, local anesthetic may be given. In the third step, the filler is injected under the skin using a needle. It may take about 15 minutes and some fillers are given in repeat sessions. In the final step, the markings are cleaned once the treatment shows satisfactory results. Ice pack may be given to ease the pain or swelling in the treated area.
Following are possible complications that dermal fillers may bring along: