It is a cosmetic treatment which can increase soft tissue volume in the face. Dermal fillers involve a series of small injections and can be effective for areas of the face including the mouth and lips, cheeks, around the eyes, and the jawline. Dermal fillers can offer significant results in battling ageing signs. It gets to work filling in wrinkles, and combatting dark circles under the eyes.
Dermal filler formulas usually come in gel form and contain hyaluronic acid. This is a naturally produced substance which performs the function of retaining water, keeping the tissues moist and lubricated. In addition to its cosmetic benefits, it can regulate inflammation levels, relieve joint pain, and research has suggested it might have a role in preserving bone strength.
As the production of collagen and elastin begins to slow down when we reach the age of 25, dermal fillers can be a suitable cosmetic treatment for people in their late twenties or older. If you already take care of your skin, don't smoke, and have a good level of general health, you may be considered an ideal candidate for the treatment.
It should be noted that hyaluronic acid dermal fillers shouldn't be used in tandem with facial peelings treatment. Dermal fillers may also be unsuitable for those with autoimmune diseases or cutaneous disorders. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding may be unsuited to the treatment. People who play sports and are part of a testing programme should know that dermal fillers containing hyaluronic acid could possess an active ingredient which may lead to a positive drugs test.
In many cases, joint problems can lead to pain in other areas of the body, such as the lower back, legs, buttocks, and groin. Joint injections - typically administered at the foot, knee, shoulder or hip - can help to ease these symptoms, too.