Help, which Dermal Filler should I Get?
Dermal fillers help restore vibrancy and fullness to your face. The aging process is a natural one, but leaves the face looking and feeling worn and ragged. When facial tissues start to thin, the nose, mouth, and cheeks will start to look thin as well. Dermal fillers can fight this natural volume loss as well as diminish the appearance of wrinkles and facial folds. Here, we will briefly review three fillers offered at Bay Area Laser Cosmetic Surgery Center: Restylane, Radiesse, and Juvederm.
If you are looking for additional volume and elasticity, Restylane is for you. This FDA approved dermal filler is made up of hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally created substance in the body. This substance will decrease as the body ages, leaving behind loose and sagging skin.
Radiesse is another effective and age fighting dermal filler that can decrease the appearance of nasolabial folds, wrinkles near the mouth and nose, and smile lines.
This injectable gel is FDA approved and can address those irritating severe and moderate facial folds. For patients older than 21, Juvederm can help diminish the appearance of wrinkles (particularly nasolabial folds) and can last up to 9 months. Some patients have reported results lasting for up to one year.
If you are looking to get plump lips, add volume to your face, or decrease the appearance of recessed scars, arrange a consultation today to determine which dermal filler is right for you. You are an excellent candidate for dermal fillers if you are general good health, have a consistent skincare routine, don’t smoke, and have reasonable goals about what a dermal filler treatment can do for you.
Arrange your dermal filler consultation
At Bay Area Laser Cosmetic Surgery Center we want to help you feel and look your absolute best this season. In addition to dermal fillers, we also offer surgical cosmetic treatments to address your aesthetic goals. Schedule your consultation today by calling our office at 510-724-8282 (Pinhole) or 415-461-5755 (Larkspur).