All You Need to Know About Dermal Fillers Wilmslow

Dermal Fillers Wilmslow

The demand for such treatments as Botox and dermal fillers is showing no sign of slowing down, and in fact, recent research has shown that it is increasing by about 11% per year. Fillers have rapidly been accepted into many women’s beauty routines due to their versatile use – after all, you can use them for filling wrinkles as well as enhancing volume in areas such as the cheeks, lips and under your eyes. Based on our experiences as a provider of dermal fillers Wilmslow, we have pulled together this post telling you all you need to know about dermal fillers.

What are dermal fillers & how do they work?

Dermal fillers are the name given to any injectable gel that is used to fill in wrinkles or provide volume in areas of soft tissue. Dermal fillers have many uses throughout the body but are most often used for treating areas of concern on the face and skin. Dermal filler gels tend to be made from calcium hydroxyapatite, collagen, hyaluronic acid, or synthetic polymers but the most common type tend to be hyaluronic acid.

The key uses for dermal fillers Hale are:

Augmenting and enhancing the shape of cheeks, chins, and noses

Defining and plumping the lips

Improving skin quality and texture, such as scarring

Lifting and filling in wrinkles

Smoothing out deep lines and folds

Tear trough correction of under eye bags and circles

Volumising and lifting the face

Dermal fillers work in different ways, depending on the type of filler used and how it is used, but in general, they work by plumping the area they are injected into thereby smoothing wrinkles and enhancing definition.

Do dermal fillers have any side effects?

Dermal fillers have been safely used for many years but it is important to recognise that there may be some side effects experienced. The most common side effects are bruising, pain, redness, and swelling. All of these side effects tend to be temporary and if you do suffer from them they are very easy to rectify. Bruising, redness and swelling will all disappear of their own accord quite soon after treatment, whereas pain can be treated with some type of numbing cream.

To find out more about dermal fillers Stockport, please visit our website or give us a call on 0161 485 7376.




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