Adding Fullness and Volume to Your Skin with Dermal Fillers
Injectable cosmetic fillers, also known as dermal fillers, are substances used to replace, complement or enhance soft tissue in the skin for the purpose of reducing wrinkles. At Dentique Dental Spa Dr. Furlan relies on her training in skin care and years of experience in the field of cosmetic dentistry to help you achieve a very natural and youthful smile.
Problems Dermal Fillers Treat
Dermal fillers can be used to fix a variety of concerns related to facial aging, including:
- Thin lips can be enhanced, along with shallow contours
- Dermal fillers have a way of effectively softening facial creases, lines, and wrinkles.
- Cheeks can be augmented to enhance their shape to achieve a youthful appearance.
- Scars resulting from acne or chicken pox can be made to appear smoother.
- Effectively fills hollows (depressed areas), giving you a more energized appearance.
Frequently Asked Questions: Dermal Fillers
Q: I am told fillers are made of a “natural substance”. What is this substance?
A: Dermal fillers are also known as natural filler since they mainly consist of hyaluronic acid which is a substance that naturally occurs in the body.
Q: Can these treatments replace a facelift or brow lift?
A: Since dermal fillers only last 6 – 12 months treatments they need to be permanent whereas cosmetic surgery is a permanent correction. Therefore, no, they are not permanent and are not a substitute for cosmetic surgery. During our initial consultation, I will be able to evaluate your smile and look at your skin so that I may determine if you are a candidate for lip or dermal fillers they are not permanent and are not a substitute for cosmetic surgery.
Scheduling a Free Smile Assessment
If you are considering Anti-Aging or a Dento-Facial Aesthetic Procedure to help improve the appearance of your skin and smile, call our office 08 6244 0089 or click here now to schedule a Free Smile Assessment & Computerize Complexion Analysis and let us help you look and feel your best at every stage of life.
* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risk. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.