Dermal filler is a gel made from hyaluronic acid – a substance that occurs naturally in the skin. To resolve nuisance wrinkles, it’s injected beneath the surface to plump up surrounding tissue.
Dermal fillers are used in various places of the face but predominantly the lower-half of the face. As well as plumping up lips, dermal fillers correct lines and lost volume around the forehead, cheeks and upper lip. They're used also to correct nose-to-mouth lines, mouth-to-chin lines, and upper lip lines. They also add volume to thinning skin across hands.
At SoliDerma we use top and highest quality fillers which have a proven good results.
A consultation is usually required before any dermal filler injection is done. In this consultation the doctor will get more knowledge about your medical conditions and will advice accordingly.
Dermal fillers are based on a naturally occurring sugar in the body called hyaluronic acid (HA). HA is naturally broken down by the body over a course of months or in some cases years and is re-absorbed into the body.
Hyaluronic acid fillers can improve the appearance of your face by adding:
There are several hyaluronic acid fillers on the market. All of these products are injected the same way and give you similar results. And some contain lidocaine, a local anaesthetic.
Once injected, the gel in the filler supports and shapes the tissues. The benefits of using hyaluronic acid fillers include:
Control over lip volume. The amount of substance injected can be controlled, so the doctor has better control over how much volume is created.
Gradual pace of treatment. The injections can be given gradually during different appointments until the desired results are achieved.
Bumps dissolve easily. Any lumps and bumps created by movement can be dissolved easily.
if you are allergic to lidocaine or any have any other form of allergy, tell your doctor before being treated.
Side effects of hyaluronic acid fillers are temporary and should only last a few days. They may include:
• Bleeding from the injection sites
• Swelling and bruising
• Redness and tenderness at the site of the injection
More serious side effects or risks may include:
• Severe and prolonged swelling or bruising lasting one week to 10 days
• Asymmetry (parts are different sizes)
• Lumps and irregularities in the lips
• Injection into a blood vessel, causing tissue loss
• Ulceration, scarring, or stiffening of the lip
• Allergic reaction causing redness, swelling, or itching around the lips
Call your doctor immediately if you experience extreme swelling or develop a fever.
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