Adding Dermal Fillers to Other Procedures

Dermal fillers are injectable substances that are used to fill in wrinkles and sunken areas of the face, or just around problem areas on the face. They are a great way to reverse the occurrence of volume loss, which is one of the three aspects of facial aging (the other two are sagging skin and changes in skin texture).

Volume loss occurs naturally with age. When we are in our 20s and early 30s, we look like adults. However, by the time we reach our late 30s and 40s, we may appear "more mature" than we feel or more tired than we feel. You can also opt for online botox certification course.

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Dermal fillers are a great choice for clients who wish to address problem areas (eg, a "marionette" line that runs from mouth to chin or nasolabial folds that extend from their nose to the corners of their mouth) but don't want to get involved.

For most clients, fillers can be done during a long lunch break, and you can return to most of your normal activities when you're done. Injectable substances are also great additions to any plastic surgery you perform, or the perfect addition to cosmetic and non-surgical packaging.

For example, if you are using Botox on the fine lines around your eyes, you can add a dermal filler injection to your under eye circles to complete the rejuvenation. The injections are also compatible with laser treatments used to tighten skin.