Dermal fillers, also known as soft tissue fillers or wrinkle fillers, are a type of cosmetic injectable used to restore volume, enhance contours, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines in the face. They are a popular non-surgical option for facial rejuvenation.
Aging shows no mercy, affecting every individual. Among all the body parts, the face bears the brunt of aging due to constant exposure to environmental factors. With its dense composition of 43 intricate muscles, the facial skin is particularly susceptible to wrinkling and deterioration over time. The inevitable formation of wrinkles, such as "crow's feet," "smile lines," and "nasolabial folds," robs the face of its once smoothness, vitality, and vigor.
Contrary to the past, furrows on the face are no longer regarded as esteemed signs of accumulated wisdom by today's appearance-conscious generation. The procedure involves a series of injections performed by a qualified healthcare professional, usually a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon. The treatment is typically quick, with minimal downtime, although some temporary swelling, redness, or bruising at the injection sites may occur. It's important to note that dermal fillers are temporary solutions, and the effects generally last between 6 to 18 months, depending on the specific product used and individual factors. Repeat treatments are usually necessary to maintain the desired results.