Dermal Fillers

Facial Fillers Manhattan – Look and Feel your Best!

The use of dermal or cosmetic fillers is perhaps the most effective yet non-invasive way of getting the facial features you desire. Dermal fillers provide a simpler and cost-effective alternative to surgical methods that are more risky and costly. Although dermal fillers are not considered permanent, they do last anything between 6-18 month depending on the filler and the part of the body where it’s injected.

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The procedure is pretty safe in the hand of an experienced practitioner, but in the hand of someone who is not experienced enough, the whole thing could turn into a nightmare so always choose a medical spa with trained and experienced staff for your dermal fillers. Treatment areas include chin, jawline, cheeks, lips and nasolabial folds / lines.

Dermal Fillers

Over time, your skin begins to lose hyaluronic acid and collagen, resulting in fine lines, wrinkles, and a loss of fullness and elasticity. Health care professionals can now reverse these signs of aging by correcting the wrinkles and folds and adding volume to sunken skin with dermal filler. Most dermal fillers are hyaluronic acid-based, soft injectable gels that are used to replenish and refresh your appearance. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring sugar found in your body, which combines with the water in your skin to instantly restore lost volume and reduce lines and wrinkles. It is non-animal based, highly biocompatible, is absorbed slowly by the body and has been shown to stimulate natural collagen production. Best of all, the results are instant and natural-looking.

It is important that the practitioner knows the anatomy of the area he is going to inject the filler material into pretty well. That’s because the filler material is supposed to make its way into the connective tissue where it could add volume to the area injected and not inject the material into a vein or an artery (if a foreign material is injected into an artery or a vein, it clots and forms an ‘embolus’. Two things can occur when an embolus forms. One, it can block the local supply of blood and can lead to the death of the tissues. Second, the embolus may dislodge and may travel along with the blood into several other locations). Talk to our experienced medical staff about dermal fillers, ask questions.

Contour correction has reached such a level these days that specialists can literally mould the desired shape of the face, and create high cheekbones, a perfectly smooth transition from the nasolabial and nasolacrimal folds to the cheeks, attractive and expressive lips, and a firm Hollywood chin. Modern fillers are made from high-viscosity gel with a hyaluronic acid base and are similar to stable facial implants in their features: they maintain their shape, do not shift around after insertion and provide an excellent result for a long time. Using gels for facial contouring avoids the disadvantages of implants, such as tactile palpability (although it happens very rarely) and the possibility of rejection by the individual’s body.

Fillers are used for facial and lip contouring, and contour correction of nasolabial folds using different gels is very popular. The hyaluronic acid present in the gels attracts water molecules, moisturizing and smoothing out the skin from within, and the firmness formula literally pushes the tissues up, returning them to their “younger” position. For all contouring corrections (cheekbones, lips, face, nasolabial folds),we uses cutting-edge sparing cosmetic needles with a tapered tip, which makes the procedure more comfortable and painless. The soft touch of the needle feels like it pushes aside the skin and tissues, without cutting through vessels and nerves. This means that in the evening after the procedure you will already be able to go out, and no one will notice any traces of aesthetic work. You can be photographed at any angle and the shape of the face will be perfect, with no traces of contouring seen in the photo.

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As we age, the natural volume and elasticity of our youthful skin gradually decrease, with wrinkles and folds gradually appearing. Dermal fillers are injectable gel-based fillers which instantly restore volume loss to the skin by filling deep lines or crevasses with filler giving a more youthful complexion instantly!

Dermal filler injections are FDA-approved and widely considered safer alternatives to more invasive procedures like facelifts. At “Rebalance,” we have offered effective dermal filler treatments Manhattan, NY for years – with thousands of satisfied clients!

FAQ

What is a dermal filler?

Dermal fillers are injectable substances used to fill wrinkles and lines on the face for a more youthful appearance, often used during cosmetic procedures designed to enhance features or diminish signs of aging. Dermal fillers may be administered using local anesthesia as part of aesthetic treatment plans intended to sculpt facial features or reduce the signs of aging.

 
How do dermal fillers work?

Dermal fillers such as Juvederm®, Restylane by Galderma, and Voluma Vollure by Allergen Belotero Radiesse are injectable fillers made with hyaluronic acid found naturally within your body to keep skin hydrated and plumped up. Injecting targeted areas with gel-like substances like Juvederm, Restylane by Galderma, etc, with Hyaluronic acid injections will add volume under the skin, adding subdermal volume that visibly reduces fine lines, creases/wrinkles significantly as well as contouring facial contouring/contouring/fill acne scars etc.

At your dermal filler treatment session, the targeted area is thoroughly cleansed before receiving an anesthetic application if necessary. Many dermal injectables contain lidocaine for discomfort reduction during injection. You may feel some pinching or pressure sensation as your medical provider injects dermal filler under your skin in the exact amounts prescribed for each area that requires treatment.

To maximize results post-treatment, it may be wise to utilize medical-grade skincare products.

 
What is the most common area for fillers?

Dermal fillers are most frequently employed on lips. Dermal fillers can help augment lip shape and volume to create fuller and more defined lips; fillers also work wonders to smooth away “smile lines” (nasolabial folds). These injections help achieve a youthful and plump look in the lip area. Fillers are also commonly used on cheeks to add volume or contour effect for a more youthful and lifted midface look. Fillers may also be applied to other facial areas like the chin, jawline, temples and under the eyes in order to restore facial harmony and balance. Of all of the areas they can be applied on, lips and cheeks tend to be where fillers are most widely applied for aesthetic enhancement and countering signs of aging.

 
Where should you not put dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers should never be administered in areas ridden with active infections near the injection site or to individuals suffering from allergies or hypersensitivity reactions, nor used during pregnancy and breastfeeding; nor would these products be recommended in individuals who are immunocompromised, suffering from an autoimmune disease, etc. It should be remembered, however, that dermal fillers are generally safe for individuals with normal wound-healing processes as long as systemic diseases don’t preclude use. It is always recommended to consult a qualified healthcare professional regarding which product would provide safe use in specific scenarios or areas.

 
Is there any downtime after filler injections?

Dermal fillers typically don’t require extensive recovery time after receiving treatments; after your appointment, it should be possible for you to return to work and most daily activities without interruption. However, minor bruising and swelling can arise, which should go away within one or two days.

 
How long does it take to see filler results?

Dermal fillers work instantly to increase the volume of facial features and transform their appearance immediately. So, as soon as the treatment has concluded, you should notice an instant difference in how your appearance has evolved.

However, dermal filler may take two to four weeks to fully settle in and take effect depending on its injection site and treatment area, the type of filler chosen and desired results. Not all the dermal filler may absorb into your skin immediately. If the results seem fuller than anticipated, give it some time, as the full results should become visible in time.

 
How do you know if you need fillers?

Dermal filler candidates generally satisfy certain criteria: They possess moderate to severe folds or wrinkles that qualify for dermal fillers; sunken cheeks or under-eye circles they wish to correct without resorting to surgery; they’re in overall good physical health;

Dermal fillers differ from other invasive options available to both men and women by offering gradual enhancement that gradually intensifies, making this aesthetic treatment suitable for patients looking for minimal commitment and results. They are best used by individuals suffering from static wrinkles/lines/loss of facial volume/acne scarring/asymmetric features or for contouring purposes (particularly pregnant/breastfeeding women/individuals under 18). Unfortunately, however, dermal fillers have not been studied under such circumstances or with children younger than 18.

 
What can I expect during my filler treatment appointment?

At your filler treatment appointment, several key steps should be expected of you. First is meeting with a medical professional who will assess your individual needs and goals for this particular filler treatment, discuss which areas need treating and give details on the procedure and expected results. The second step involves injecting filler – usually completed in under an hour – although you may experience mild discomfort or brief sensation during injections – though painless injections are usually considered faster and generally pain-free!

 
How long do dermal fillers last?

Dermal filler results depend on the type of dermal filler chosen and the area treated, typically one or two years. Dermal fillers offer temporary solutions without incurring as many financial obligations as surgery does, making dermal fillers an appealing alternative when treating wrinkles or smoothing skin texture.

 
How long does a dermal filler appointment take?

Dermal filler appointments typically last 30 – 60 minutes depending on numerous factors such as treating areas, amount of filler required and personal needs of individuals being treated. Some locations require shorter injection sessions, while others may take more. Therefore, consulting a medical professional who can give an accurate estimation can be of great assistance; while the injection itself might only take minutes, there may still be preparation and consultation time before starting treatment itself.

 
What is the difference between Botox® and dermal filler?

Botox® stands apart from dermal fillers due to its different mechanisms of action. Botox®, also known as botulinum toxin, works to address fine lines and wrinkles by paralyzing the underlying muscles responsible. When administered via injection, it relaxes facial muscles, which reduces the visibility of lines caused by contracting muscles; it is commonly used on frown lines, forehead lines, and crow’s feet, as well as excessive sweating or teeth grinding.

Dermal fillers containing substances such as hyaluronic acid work by filling in wrinkles and adding volume back into areas that have lost it with age, such as lips. Fillers can reshape lips, enhance cheek volume, fill hollow temples and improve jawlines – similar to Botox®; fillers add volume rather than temporarily paralyzing muscles; results typically last 8-12 months depending on individual characteristics and areas treated; both options offer minimally invasive solutions with little downtime, often serving as alternatives to more invasive surgical options such as facelifts or Botox®.

 
Are dermal filler injections safe?

Juvaderm® and Restylane are FDA-approved hyaluronic acid gel dermal fillers generally considered safe for use. Side effects from dermal fillers tend to be mild and injection site related – you may experience temporary bruising and swelling following treatment, though this should subside within several days following administration of injection.

Why us?

Our licensed, experienced, and skilled practitioners specialize in non-invasive solutions designed to achieve desired facial features without incurring risks or costs associated with surgical options. Our injectable specialists use fillers containing hyaluronic acid-based fillers that deliver instant rejuvenation results for fresh-looking appearances with immediate rejuvenation results and long-term maintenance of youthful freshness. As we value seeing clients feeling and looking their best, we always guarantee the best results with aftercare guidance provided throughout your consultation experience with us – If you have been looking for dermal filler treatments Manhattan,  book your appointment by simply calling us at 212-380-1764.

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