The dermal fillers mentioned above are not permanent and break down on the skin over time. As it ages, the skin begins to lose elasticity and muscles and fat on the face also begin to weaken, leading to the appearance of wrinkles and skin that is not as smooth or full as before. In recent years, thanks to Instagram and other social media platforms, the stigma surrounding these procedures has been reduced and the results have been overexposed, causing people to approach fillers too casually without considering the consequences. Although dermal fillers are a non-surgical cosmetic procedure, it is important to understand the treatment process before undergoing injections.
The safe use of dermal fillers in combination with Botox and other treatments has not been evaluated in clinical studies, so it is important to be aware of both the benefits and risks associated with these products. When it comes to certain types of dermal fillers such as Sculptra and Radiesse, it is best to wait until the results wear off. Experienced healthcare providers can help you achieve a youthful, wrinkle-free look with precision. It is also important to be tested for allergies before receiving dermal fillers made from certain materials, such as collagen.
Other available dermal fillers include those made from calcium hydroxylapatite, poly-L-lactic acid, polymethyl methacrylate, and autologous fat (fat that is transplanted from another part of the body). The main drawback of purified hyaluronic acid dermal filler is its short half-life in the dermis, estimated at 24 to 48 hours. In addition to correcting moderate to severe skin wrinkles and folds, these fillers are also used for scar correction and lip augmentation. Sandra has a long history of supporting plastic surgeons and facelift surgeons to help patients receive a full facial rejuvenation effect using anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers.
However, none of the patients undergoing biopsies in this study had been treated with hyaluronic acid-derived fillers alone. When choosing a filler, it is important to consider whether it is reversible or not. Permanent facial fillers may look attractive due to their supposed longevity but they come with their own set of risks. The overall incidence of long-term adverse reactions secondary to dermal injection of hyaluronic acid skin fillers is believed to be low, with most cases representing a chronic inflammatory reaction related to foreign bodies.