If we had a choice, we would all choose to have the skin we had in our 20’s, when it was blooming and at the peak of its beauty and tightness. Wrinkles were minimal, if not virtually nonexistent, and it doesn’t take a while before those dreaded signs of aging start appearing, because everyone ages, that’s a natural process, and that’s something we have no control over.
Except for the changes made to our features. Scientific developments have made it so that we can now age without actually looking like we’re aging. We are now capable of pausing time on our skin, or even reverse it, so we can ensure that we always look the best we can be. Because of this technological advance, an increasing number of people are making the choice to make use of dermal fillers so that they achieve or retain the looks they want.
Dermal Fillers Sydney
One might start wondering how different Dermal Fillers Sydney is from the more prevalent product in the market: Botox. Botox is used in a similar way for a similar purpose, to enhance one’s facial aesthetics. However, for optimal results, dermal fillers and Botox are actually used complementarily, and not exclusively. While Botox blocks signals from the nerves to the muscles, leading
There is another product on the market, however, that most people would think about when they begin reading about dermal fillers: Botox. And we can’t blame them. Botox is usually what first comes to mind when the subject is removing wrinkles and other unwanted shapes in the face. But Botox and dermal fillers are not actually mutually exclusive; in fact, they are actually used together for the best results.
Botox works primarily by removing the signal connection between the nerves and muscles in the face. Without that connection, the muscles can no longer contract, removing those wrinkles everyone wants gone. Dermal fillers, on the other hand, add volume.
As regards dermal fillers, there are actually two types: naturally-derived, and synthetic. The naturally-derived ones are literally derived from natural products; the synthetic ones are those produced or created in the lab.
Naturally-derived dermal fillers carry less side effects, the tradeoff being that their total duration is shorter than the synthetics, with their effects lasting 6-18 months, and at least 2 years, respectively. Synthetic fillers however, are riskier with regards to possible unintended side effects. To determine which kind of filler would be best for you, it would be best to consult a certified professional on this; effects vary from person to person depending on each individual’s medical background.
While operations using either type of dermal filler are largely safe, it is best to have them done by a cosmetic surgeon or professional. It is possible for certain side-effects to arise as a result of the recovery such as pain or having a dry mouth, but these should all fade away after a few weeks at most. If they still keep up, kindly consult your surgeon or a cosmetic professional.
Results are usually visible after three days at least with some expected recovery roadblocks that may hinder you from doing your everyday tasks for a week at most. After that period, you can go back to your normal everyday schedule.
When you’re ready to rejuvenate your facial features, come to our office anytime. We’re here to help you actualize what you’ve always wanted.