There are many tools available in cosmetic dentistry that can help improve your confidence in your smile. Botox and Dermal Fillers are two common techniques to achieve a confident smile.
At EVDP, we have a team of qualified professionals providing Botox and dermal fillers in Mesa. Both treatments can help to soften wrinkles and facial creases through different ways. If you are interested in getting a Botox treatment or a dermal filler treatment in Mesa, you can schedule an appointment with us today. We can help you assess if the therapy is a right fit for you and your situation and answer any questions that you may have.
Who Benefits From Dermal Fillers?
People with sunken facial volume, recessed scars, crow’s feet and facial lines are the ones who benefit a lot from fillers. However, the effects of these injectables are better if you are physically healthy, if you don’t smoke and if you are mentally and physically positive.
Dermal fillers are injected to restore fullness in the face and restore its volume and to diminish or conceal facial lines and crow’s feet.
People naturally lose subcutaneous fat in the face as they age. The small the amount of subcutaneous fat, the more the crow’s feet and other facial lines become apparent. It also results in loss of facial volume. Aside from aging, lifestyle, heredity and sun exposure are other factors that affect the health of the facial skin.
If you want to look younger or if you want to conceal those early signs of aging, dermal fillers are your friend. They can also be used to enhance or maximize the result of facial rejuvenation surgery.
Fillers are used to enhance shallow contours in the face, plump up thin lips, improve or hide scars and soften wrinkles and other facial creases. There are various types of dermal fillers, varying in their longevity, chemical structure and softness. For example, sturdier fillers are used if you want to improve face volume or enhance your cheekbones, while softer ones are used to plump up lips. Ultimately, the kind of fillers you need will depend upon your needs and the suggestions of the person who injects them.
Dermal fillers are designed to fix a variety of aging concerns. Some of the things dermal fillers can do and fix include the following:
- Smoothing deep creases (e.g. laugh lines and nasolabial folds) and adding volume to these areas.
- Filling out hollows on the face, particularly the area under the eyes.
- Enhancing and restoring the fullness of the cheeks.
- Smoothing the edges of the lips and making them look plump.
- Fixing gauntness, particularly in the temple and lower cheek area.
- Evening out indented scars.
Many people are concerned about this. How long do fillers last? The answer depends on the type of filler you use. On the average, the effects of dermal fillers last from six months to two years. However, if you have the money, you can opt for semi-permanent or permanent fillers which promise longer-lasting results. The effects of these types of filler can last up to five years.
Fillers are naturally-derived which makes them safe to use. They are injected into the skin to plump up a particular area, evening the surface and temporarily eliminating folds, wrinkles and facial hollows.
Dermal fillers work because hyaluronic acid absorbs much water, up to 1,000 times its own weight. The hyaluronic acid also binds with collagen and elastin, which makes it easier for basic nutrients to reach and spread evenly in the skin. This is why fillers are essentially helpful in adding volume to sagging skin and restoring youthfulness in the And this is the reason why more and more people try out the fillers.
The cost can vary. It depends on the type of fillers that you choose. Restylane and Juvederm are usually priced by the syringe. One syringe may range from $450 to $1300. You should check with your provider to see what their rate is.