Volume loss is a common sign of aging and can result in a sunken or hollowed appearance. Dermal fillers are invaluable tools in addressing this issue, offering natural and rejuvenating results.
1. Cheeks and Mid-Face: Dermal fillers are commonly used to restore volume to the cheeks and mid-face area. As we age, we experience a loss of fat and a decrease in collagen production, which can lead to a flattening of the cheeks and a sagging appearance. By strategically injecting dermal fillers into the cheeks, our experienced injectors can add volume and lift to create youthful contours.
2. Under-Eye Hollows: Hollows or dark circles under the eyes can make a person appear tired or aged. Dermal fillers can be delicately injected into the tear troughs to fill in these hollow areas, reducing the appearance of under-eye bags and creating a more refreshed look.
3. Temples: Volume loss in the temples can give the face a sunken or aged appearance. Dermal fillers can be used to replenish volume in this area, helping to restore a balanced and harmonious facial structure.
4. Nasolabial Folds and Marionette Lines: For the right candidate, dermal fillers are effective in softening the deep lines that run from the nose to the mouth (nasolabial folds) and from the corners of the mouth down to the jawline (marionette lines). By filling in these lines, dermal fillers can create a smoother and more youthful appearance.
5. Lips and Perioral Area: Dermal fillers are widely used to enhance lip volume and definition, as well as to reduce the appearance of fine lines around the mouth (smokers’ lines). Careful injection techniques can achieve natural-looking and balanced results.
6. Jawline and Chin: Dermal fillers can be employed to provide definition to the jawline and chin, improving overall facial symmetry and contour.
The procedure is typically well-tolerated and may involve minimal discomfort, with results visible immediately. Patients appreciate the convenience of filler treatments, which require little to no downtime. More on Dermal Fillers.