Be in the Know with Wrinkle Fillers

Be in the Know with Wrinkle Fillers

Wrinkle fillers can provide treatment to areas of your body that has wrinkles. Fillers can easily fill the lines and creases leaving the area looking youthful. The process takes about 30 minutes and lasts for about four months. There are a number of options and the dermatologist can choose the right one for your case.
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Hyaluronic Acid Wrinkle Fillers

hyaluronic acid is one the most popular wrinkle fillers. It has various results and the risks and side effects are rare in most patience. There is a chance of some redness and swelling in the treated area could be seen but as he area heals the results will be visible. An interesting point with hyaluronic acid is that repeated use has shown that is can jump start natural production of collagen in some cases, reducing wrinkles in a more natural way. As time goes on less filler may be necessary to maintain the look.

Synthetic Wrinkle Fillers

Synthetic filler is a man made material; the chemical filler has a much longer effect in the skin people like it because they don’t need treatments regularly. While the long lasting treatment has an obvious advantage you need to consider the disadvantages. The side effects are more pronounced and have more likelihood of occurring with redness and swelling and bruising very likely with this filler. The side effects of nodules occurring under the skin and in some cases they need to be surgically removed. Proper use can protect you from any such side effects and it’s important to have a good dermatologist.

Collagen Wrinkle Fillers

Collagen wrinkle filler were first developed using collagen from cows. The collagen was not high quality and started breaking down soon after treatments. Since it came from a cow, a higher number of cases experience allergic reactions to the treatment. New ways of processing the collagen has allowed for better results after treatment. There still a possibility of allergic reactions with redness and bruising.

Autologous Wrinkle Fillers

A third approach to wrinkle fillers which is less common is autologous wrinkle fillers. This approach utilizes your own fat, normally the thighs or buttocks and then injected in to requested lace. They are usually used only for very fine lines or creases. The treatment is from your own body it does not require FDA approval. There still the normal side effects of redness and bruising. Obviously the process requires to procedure one to extract the fat and the second to apply to the chosen area. The advantage is results are permanent but you will need to undergo a series of procedures to finish the treatment.

Be Careful

There is a possibility that without your own care, you could be being injected with hazardous unknown materials or chemicals. Keeping in mind a few important points will ensure you will receive proper treatment.

  • Use a certified dermatologist.
  • Check with the Dermatologist that the filler is FDA approved.
  • Never use any material from anyone other than your dermatologist.
  • Treatments should always be done in a sterile environment with sterile equipment. That means treatment should not be done in a spa or health club.
  • There have been reports of people using everything from industrial silicone to baby oil even cooking oil to treat wrinkles.
  • One person you can definitely rely on is Dr Kling. His years of practice dealing with this and other dermatological issues in his offices in Manhattan and Brooklyn provide a perfect and expert environment to advise and treat on all these matters.

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