If you are concerned about the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on your face, you may be feeling anxious that you are not embracing them as a natural process of ageing. In fact, the old adage to ‘grow old gracefully’ was arguably bandied about when the only other option was to have plastic surgery. However, there are now non-invasive methods for rejuvenating your face that are FDA approved. Dermal fillers W1 offer an excellent alternative to more radical methods of preserving youthfulness.
What are dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are injections that are applied to the areas you wish to improve in your face. They can also be used to enhance the volume of your lips. Using sterile hyaluronic gels, these injections target fine lines and plump them up to give a smoother appearance. They are made from non-animal sources and mimic the body’s natural production of hyaluronic acid that depletes over time as you get older. Hyaluronic acid gives the skin its elasticity and this is why we start to develop lines and wrinkles as we age. When the injections are administered, they allow the facial muscles to relax, which softens the skin.
Are dermal fillers invasive?
Dermal fillers are a non-invasive treatment that only takes a few minutes to administer. The great thing about them as well is that you will see the results instantly. The treatment lasts for between 6 to 12 months, before you would require further treatments to maintain the results. If you wanted to get this treatment done in your lunch break you would certainly be able to do so, as there is no downtime required afterwards.
Where would be best to get dermal fillers?
You may be aware that there has been a lot of press about people delivering cosmetic treatments without the appropriate level of training, beyond the bare minimum. However, there are many dental practices who now offer facial aesthetics treatments and they are certainly a much safer route to follow. Dentists are experts in facial anatomy and so they understand what is involved in injecting the facial muscles, far more than somebody without their years of experience. Dentists are also practised in delivering treatments in a sterile environment, as well as dealing with any side effects should they occur. Doing your research to find a suitable provider for your treatment is the best choice you can make to ensure that you reap the benefits of dermal fillers and don’t have to worry about the professional treating you.
What are the side effects of dermal fillers?
There is very little that can go wrong with dermal fillers if you are having them applied by a trained professional like a dentist. Sometimes, there can be areas of bumpiness where the wrong injection technique has been used and this is why a dentist would perhaps be best placed to deliver the treatment.
So, if you are looking to get a refreshed face that you can be proud of, why not visit a dental practice to get your facial aesthetics treatment? Forget feeling anxious about giving your face a little help and you could feel fabulous in minutes!