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Miami Dermal fillers

Dermal Fillers are an effective anti-aging treatment that adults in the age of 35 to 69 years usually embrace. This treatment is categorized under cosmetic surgery. The most important factors when considering anti aging treatments are medical safety and the potential side effects. Apart from that patients also consider physician’s training and expertise. Dermal fillers have revolutionized the cosmetic dermatology area. They are one of the most sought after procedure that makes you look young and gives a perfect look with minimal downtime.

There is a wide array of materials available for this procedure, and the most common one is botulinum toxin.  

Types of fillers

There are three types of dermal fillers – temporary, semi-permanent and permanent. The temporary fillers stay in the skin tissue for less than a year, the semi-permanent ones stay for one or two years, and the permanent fillers can stay for more than two years.

The source of the fillers may be human, animal or synthetic. It is important that your physician tells you the source of the fillers as you may consider religious or personal reasons.

The synthetic fillers are the very common and a wide range of hyaluronic acid products with varying concentrations is available. Other less commonly used materials in fillers are Artefill and Silicone.

Botox is the most popular dermal filler and this term has now come to be used for this category of plastic surgery in general. There is also Juvederm fillers which are made to smooth out facial wrinkles and folds. Another is Restylane, which is made up of hyaluronic acid, which is usually used hand in hand with Botox to lengthen the effects of results.