What is Filler?
Fillers are synthetic of naturally-occuring injectables which are injected into the lines, folds and affected areas on your face to improve the appearance of wrinkles, while also restoring the firmness and volume of your face which naturally decreases with age.
How does filler work?
Some of the more common fillers are hyaluronic acid (HA), Calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHa), Poly-L-lactic acid, Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA), and autologous fat injections (fat grafting).
Your treatment consultant will recommend different types of fillers for you depending on the affected areas on your face or your body, as well as on the results that you’re looking for.
Benefits of filler
Frequently Asked Question
There is little to no downtime for filler injections, which is outlined in the section below.
Immediately after a filler injection, you may experience some redness, pain, swelling, bruising or itching on the injection site. However, these effects are only temporary and should disappear within a few days.
Each filler treatment session is short, lasting about 10-15 minutes depending on the number of sites of injections. The interval and frequency of these filler treatments depend on which fillers are recommended, as well as how long the effects of these fillers last.