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Filler Injection

Filler treatments are non-surgical and they involve the injection of substances like hyaluronic acid or collagen into targeted areas of the face to enhance volume, reduce wrinkles, or reshape features.

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What is Filler?

Dermal fillers are injectable substances used in cosmetic procedures to address various concerns related to facial aging, volume loss, and contour irregularities.

Fillers are typically made of biocompatible materials such as hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, or poly-L-lactic acid;


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Hyaluronic acid fillers: they are the most commonly used and work by attracting and retaining water in the skin, thereby adding volume and smoothing out wrinkles and folds.
2. Calcium hydroxylapatite and poly-L-lactic acid fillers: they work by stimulating collagen production in the skin over time, providing longer-lasting results beyond just immediate volume enhancement.


Filler treatments are non-surgical and it involves injecting the filler into specific areas of the face using fine needles or cannulas.

Fillers in Numbers

Millions

Procedures

Dermal filler injections are estimated to number in the millions globally each year

10.000.000

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

Hyaluronic acid fillers represent the majority of filler procedures, with tens of millions of syringes used annually worldwide

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POPULAR COSMETIC

The treatment is included in the Top 2 most popular cosmetic treatment with women, and its popularity is increasing

BEFORE OPERATION

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BEFORE OPERATION

The healthcare provider will review the individual's medical history, including any allergies, medical conditions, medications, or previous cosmetic procedures. This information helps ensure the safety and suitability of the treatment.

Based on the individual's goals and assessment, the healthcare provider develops a customized treatment plan, including the type and amount of filler needed, as well as any pre-treatment instructions.

DURING OPERATION

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DURING OPERATION

Firstly, the treatment area is cleansed thoroughly to remove any makeup, dirt, or oil, reducing the risk of infection. Using a fine needle or cannula, the healthcare provider carefully injects the filler into specific areas of the face according to the treatment plan.

AFTER OPERATION

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AFTER OPERATION

Dermal fillers typically provide immediate results, with the treated areas appearing fuller and smoother immediately after the procedure. 

You will also receive instructions for post-treatment care, such as avoiding strenuous exercise, sun exposure, or certain medications that may increase the risk of bruising or swelling.

Filler Injection Treatment
  • Name
  • Mary
  • Operation
  • Filler Injection Treatment
  • Date
  • 4/25/2024
  • Australia
  • DETAILS
  • Lip Filler
Filler Injection Treatment
  • Name
  • Santia
  • Operation
  • Filler Injection Treatment
  • Date
  • 5/16/2023
  • USA
  • DETAILS
  • Cheek Filler

REMARKABLE CHANGES

Weaving Past and Present
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FILLER METHODS

The main methods of administering dermal fillers include;

Injection with Needles

Fine needles allow for precise delivery of filler into targeted areas with accuracy and control. Needles are suitable for injecting fillers into both superficial and deeper layers of the skin, making them versatile for various treatment areas.


Injections with needles are generally quicker compared to cannulas, as they require fewer entry points and allow for faster filler delivery. Some individuals may experience discomfort or pain during the injection process, especially in more sensitive areas. However, topical numbing creams or local anesthesia can help minimize discomfort.


There may be a slightly higher risk of bruising and tissue trauma compared to cannulas, particularly in delicate areas or with less experienced injectors.

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Injection with Cannulas

Cannulas have a blunt tip, which reduces the risk of piercing blood vessels and causing trauma to the surrounding tissues. This can result in less bruising, swelling, and discomfort compared to needles. The use of cannulas is associated with a lower risk of complications such as vascular injury, making them particularly suitable for sensitive areas like the under-eye region.


Cannulas typically require fewer entry points compared to needles, which can be advantageous for larger treatment areas or areas with complex anatomy. They are generally used for injections in the deeper layers of the skin and may not be suitable for superficial injections in certain areas.


The technique of using cannulas requires specialized training and experience, as they require careful maneuvering to navigate through the tissue layers.

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Filler Injection

The duration of the treatment may differ for each individual, but generally;

Procedure Duration

15-60 minutes

Anesthesia

Local Anesthesia

Recovery Time

Immediate return to daily activities

Expected Results

Immediate Volume Enhancement

Preferred Method

Injection with Needles

Targeted Areas of Filler

Dermal fillers offer a versatile solution for facial enhancement, targeting areas such as the lips for volume and definition, cheeks for restoring lost volume, and nasolabial folds and marionette lines for softening wrinkles.


Under-eye hollows can be filled to reduce dark circles, while jawline and chin fillers enhance definition and symmetry.


Temples and forehead wrinkles benefit from fillers for volume restoration, while smile lines are softened for a more youthful appearance.


These targeted injections provide natural-looking results tailored to individual concerns and desired outcomes.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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