With age our bodies naturally change, some of these differences may be seen in the form of wrinkles on our faces or descending cheekbone area. Dermal fillers can help correct these changes by adding volume to certain areas that you are starting to be unhappy with.
Dermal filler treatments are non-invasive and performed by our specialized physician in order to correct certain signs of aging or for a facial rejuvenated look. For over a decade Dermamode has offered injectables treatments, including Restylane products, one of the most commonly used dermal fillers, to help minimize unwanted signs of aging. Over time we have been witness to exceptional results.
The elasticity and suppleness often seen in younger skin is generated by a naturally occurring chemical known as hyaluronic acid. The aging process diminishes the release of this chemical which consequently results in the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and loss of volume in the facial region. Restylane® is a dermal filler which is introduced just below the surface of the skin in order to restore its hyaluronic acid. Wrinkles and fine lines are immediately reduced and virtually disappear. Restylane ® is most commonly used to increase volume, contouring (e.g. lip enhancement) as well as to treat hollowness and deep-set eyes. It can also be used to treat deep set wrinkles.
Radiesse is also an injectable, cosmetic skin treatment used to fill specific areas of the face and even hands. It stimulates your body’s natural collagen, filling in wrinkles long term and helping your skin develop new collagen in the process. This treatment is intended for wrinkles and folds around the mouth and nose, and areas of fat loss in the face. It’s also for the backs of hands where volume has been lost.
What are dermal fillers made of?
There are many types of dermal fillers available today. They are based on a substance known as hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring sugar molecule found in most living organisms and which has been used in facial aesthetics for many years. Radiesse is also a known dermal filler but it differs from Restylane products because it uses calcium hydroxide gel (CaHA) microspheres.
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