Minimally invasive and cost effective treatments such as dermal fillers are fast replacing plastic surgery for many patients seeking to slow the effects of ageing. As the face ages, it slowly loses volume and unsightly wrinkles and lines begin to form. We use injectable fillers to gently give volume to these depressions leaving an extremely natural result. In this blog I compare various hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, lets say a dermal fillers comparison blog.
The temporary, short-acting fillers are made of natural products such as hyaluronic acid that is quickly absorbed by the body. The new long-acting, semi-permanent fillers mostly rely on synthetic materials for that extra durability. Each product has a different “location” preference and duration. Some are best used in deep wrinkles, some in shallow lines, and some for plumping or restoring volume. There are numerous dermal fillers and varying misconceptions as to their use. At Castleknock Cosmetic Clinic Dublin we use only FDA approved top of the range dermal fillers from reputable manufacturers. We will help you choose the FDA approved wrinkle filler that will work best for your needs.
Temporary dermal fillers (last 6-8 months)
Teosyal Global Action
Long Lasting dermal fillers (last 10-12 months)
Semi Permanent dermal fillers (more than 12 months)
Teosyal Ultra Deep
Elanse S and Elanse M
Dermal fillers can be used to add volume to areas of the face that have lost volume or to non-surgically change the shape of the face. In this blog I compare various hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, lets say a dermal fillers comparison blog. Common areas for treatment with dermal fillers include lips, cheek, tear troughs, chin, nose, brows, nasolabial folds, mouth corners, and wrinkles (visible static wrinkles). Dermal fillers are a safe and effective method to non-surgically shape, add volume, lift and rejuvenate the face.
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