Aging features that we often encounter include sunken under-eye area, deep nasolabial folds, droopy jowls at the corner of the mouth (marionatte lines), uneven and bony forehead, sunken temples and cheeks. This is due to the loss of natural fat pads and bone resorption leading to uneven depressions over our face.
Dermal fillers is gaining its popularity for its versatility in helping us to improve facial contour and skin texture giving us dewy fresh look instantly with little to none side effects and no downtime. The main component of Dermal Fillers is Hyaluronic Acid. Hyaluronic acid is produce naturally by our body and they are responsible in keeping our skin soft and supple. When dermal fillers are injected into the deeper structures of the skin, it increases the volume and hydrate the skin at the same time. The presence of fillers in the skin will then stimulate fibroblasts to produce more collagen within the skin to support and replaced damaged collagen, therefore helping the skin to preserve its firmness.
In recent years, there are many brands available with difference grades, viscosity, various lifting and volumizing ability. It is important to ensure that the right filler is being used to correct the right area in order to avoid having an unnatural or over volumised results; commonly known as overfilled syndrome.