Types of Wrinkle Fillers, Uses, and Benefits
If you have concerns that involve the visible signs of aging, there are viable options that can help. A variety of dermal fillers can provide solutions to rejuvenate your skin and help you feel great about the way you look at any age.
Also known as injectable fillers, dermal fillers are a useful tool in restoring fullness and volume to the face and hands, ultimately reducing the appearance of lines, wrinkles, and other age-related concerns. As we get older, many of us experience facial fat loss and volume depletion as a natural consequence. Fillers are gel-like substances that are injected underneath the skin. Many of the elements found in fillers also occur naturally in the body, making them well-received by most patients. Some individuals enjoy the benefits of combining fillers with other complementary skin care treatments to give their appearance an extra boost. No matter what your aesthetic goals, our friendly and knowledgeable staff is eager to assist.
Spa 361 at the Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute in Greater Philadelphia, PA, offers a range of dermal filler products. With two convenient locations in Lansdale and Fort Washington, PA, individuals can feel great knowing they have options when it comes to minimizing the signs of aging. Below, board-certified dermatologists Dr. Aradhna Saxena and Dr. David Kasper discuss the different types of wrinkle fillers they offer, including their uses and benefits.
Who can benefit from dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are a fantastic solution for men and women in the Greater Philadelphia, PA, area who would like to address, tear troughs, smile and frown lines, marionette lines, nasolabial folds, and more. Fillers are designed to increase the volume in your lips, cheeks, tear troughs, and hands. Another significant advantage of fillers is their ability to reduce the appearance of scars while improving the texture of the skin. When injected under the surface, the filler fills the atrophic area, temporarily reversing the depression.
During your one-on-one consultation, Dr. Saxena will review your medical history and any medications or supplements you may be taking. You may also be asked to form certain facial expressions like smiling or frowning in order to customize a treatment plan for your fillers.
All of our facial filler options are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the safe and effective treatment of facial lines, wrinkles, and contours. Before treatment begins, It is essential to disclose any allergies or health conditions to our team members. While we do not suggest dermal fillers for pregnant or breastfeeding women, Spa 361 at the Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute in Greater Philadelphia, PA, can recommend alternative skin care treatments in the meantime. Treatments are performed in about 30-45 minutes, so you can return to your activities as normal with little or no downtime.
Belotero Balance is an injectable wrinkle filler that creates a more youthful appearance for individuals with fine facial lines and tear troughs. This dermal filler is a gel-like substance used to correct deep-set lines around the nose or mouth. Belotero Balance is made with hyaluronic acid (HA), which is a natural component of the skin.
Spa 361 at the Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute can minimize the signs of aging with Juvéderm, another synthetic hyaluronic acid filler. Juvéderm treats lines and wrinkles along with creating plump, full lips. This filler can be used by itself or with other nonsurgical treatments like BOTOX® to meet your cosmetic goals. Our luxury med spa is proud to carry the following Juvéderm brands, with results that may last up to one year:
Juvéderm Ultra Plus XC treats moderate to severe wrinkles on the face, including "parentheses lines" and other wrinkles around the mouth and nose.
Juvéderm Ultra XC increases volume in the upper lip, lower lip, or both while minimizing the appearance of vertical lines on the lips.
Patients love Radiesse dermal filler for its ability to treat mild to moderate facial lines and for reversing age-related volume loss in the all-telling hand area. Radiesse is an injectable that uses calcium hydroxyapatite microspheres in a water-based gel. It plumps and softens the skin so you can boost your confidence and appear younger. Radiesse results typically last 1 – 2 years.
Learn more about dermal fillers
Everyone wants to look and feel younger. During your initial consultation at Spa 361 at the Dermatology and Skin Cancer Institute in Greater Philadelphia, PA, a comprehensive understanding of your skin, including problem areas, will be carefully noted. Once the treatment areas have been determined, a customized plan will be made so we can address your concerns. Call today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Aradhna Saxena at our Lansdale or Fort Washington, PA, office so you can learn more about the benefits of dermal fillers. We look forward to helping you begin your journey to a refreshed and younger-looking appearance.