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.
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.
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.
At Cheadle Facial Aesthetics we offer a variety of dermal fillers in Wilmslow, Stockport, and Hale. Our mission is to keep your skin looking beautiful, which primarily means getting rid of and preventing wrinkles.
But how much do you know about wrinkles? Are you familiar with how they function and what causes them? If you’re thinking about getting dermal fillers in Stockport, we want to help you figure out why you might need them in the first place. Let’s discuss this further in today’s post.
In the simplest terms, wrinkles are folds, ridges, or creases on the skin. While the permanent wrinkles most of us think of when we hear ‘wrinkles’ mostly appear as we age, we can also experience them if we spend quite a bit of time in the water.
Wrinkles can appear on virtually any area of the baby, but they typically show up on your face, neck, back of your hands and on your arms. Worldwide, people spend billions of dollars to fight wrinkles, and with good reason, they make us appear older and unhealthy.
There are countless treatment options to fight off wrinkles, like dermal fillers in dermal fillers in Hale, but only a few treatments really work.
This is perhaps of greatest interest to you, because if you know how they form you can potentially prevent them.
The most common causes of wrinkles are:
In healthy skin, the epidermis appears smooth, with a strong layer that protects the body from water an injury caused from the outside. Collagen, that is produced in the skin until age 20, tightens the skin while glycosaminoglycans or GAGs help your skin maintain its moisture.
Wrinkles form because of several factors, none of which can be the sole cause. Aging, however, seems to be the primary factor in the creation of wrinkles. It’s important to note that you lose 1 percent of your collagen each year after you turn 20. You also produce less GAG, elastin, and reduce the function of your sweat and oil glands.
The Scientific American has much more in-depth information about how the skin functions, what causes wrinkles to start forming, and what wrinkles look like under the microscope.
Perhaps one of the most asked questions we get is when do wrinkles begin to appear. Which is a reasonable concern since prevention is key to skin health.
For the most part, your twenties bring about your first wrinkles. The skin stops responding to antioxidants like it did in your teens, which makes it vulnerable to oxidative stressors. Your skin also starts to dry out more than it did in your teens. Most of this is because you aren’t as oily as you once were because your hormones have balanced themselves out. The good news is this reduces your likelihood of breakouts and acne.
However, this is also a bad thing since drier skin creates more lines around your mouth and eyes. If you really want to avoid them in your twenties, then make sure you start a skin care routine during this decade. If you don’t you could spend your thirties playing catch up.
So you can expect wrinkles to appear for the first time in your twenties.
Very. Start preventing wrinkles in your 20s if you can but even if you start in your 30s there are several things you can do to prevent the formation of wrinkles
A good healthy skin care routine and lifestyle that makes wrinkles less likely to form in your 30s includes:
These are some good first steps to nourish your skin and make it more difficult for wrinkles to form. You also need to note what type of skin you have—if you are unaware. For example, the type of moisturiser you would use with dry skin is totally different from what you would if you have oily skin.
You also want to always wash off your makeup and dirt before going to bed, then cleanse, exfoliate, apply a serum that has anti-aging benefits before you add your moisturiser and tone.
Preventative care in your twenties and thirties can dramatically reduce wrinkles as you age.
Dermal fillers really are a miracle. They produce instant results that can last several months form a single session. We offer dermal fillers in Stockport that contribute to your preventive routine. Just like regular exercise, dermal fillers provide an excellent maintenance solution for your skin.
Want to learn more about dermal fillers and how they can prevent wrinkles for you? Then contact our team today.
Unlike Botox which aims to reduce or eradicate facial expression or movement lines, dermal fillers treat the static facial lines formed during the natural ageing process. When facial fillers are used in conjunction with Botox, the results can produce a remarkably younger-looking face. Cosmetic fillers are easy to apply, are fast acting, and have the ability to plump up the area to the point where a fold, depression, or wrinkle disappears. If you’re looking to banish the signs of facial ageing fast, then you’re in safe and capable hands at Church Road Dental and Cosmetics.
As skin ages it loses the natural collagen that helps to support and shape our facial features. The result is deepened lines and wrinkles. In addition exposure to the sun, air pollution, smoking, and even stress can all be major contributing factors of early ageing. Dermal fillers work by replacing the lost collagen, thus making the skin tighter and filling out any tell-tale deep lines and wrinkles. By reversing the natural ageing process this quick procedure gives the patient an instantly younger appearance, which in turn helps to boost confidence.
In the comfort of our modern practice our expert technician will inject tiny amounts of hyaluronic gel underneath the skin. Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a substance found naturally in the body – particularly the skin tissue. When injected into the facial area it can help to:
There are a wide variety of Hyaluronic dermal fillers in use including products such as Juvederm, Prevelle Silk, Elevesse, and Restylane. All of these are safe to use and are similar in that they contain a form of biodegradable, non-animal stabilised hyaluronic acid.
The process of cosmetic fillers takes around 30 minutes to complete and unlike Botox which only lasts a few months, results can last anywhere between 6 months and 2 years depending upon where it’s applied. Because our practice is well situated, if you’re looking for dermal fillers in Stockport or dermal fillers Wilmslow, it’s good to know that we’re only minutes away.
Dermal fillers really can banish wrinkles and static lines and provide a super-fast, non-surgical solution to the ageing problem. To find out more about facial fillers or if you’d like to book an appointment, then contact us on 0161 486 0743 today.