4 Popular Uses for Dermal Fillers

With cosmetic injections like Botox® and dermal fillers, you can enhance your natural beauty quickly and without downtime. 

At Montclair Rejuvenation Center in Verona, New Jersey, we offer numerous aesthetic treatments to fit any beauty need or goal. Dermal fillers are one of the most requested treatments.

Here, we want to share with you some of the most popular uses for dermal fillers.

1. Smoothing out lines and wrinkles

Volume loss in your skin is one of the main factors that contributes to the visible signs of aging. This loss occurs because of a decrease in collagen production and loss of subcutaneous fat. Collagen is a structural protein that keeps your skin strong and resilient, while fat keeps your skin taut and plump.

Without collagen, your skin thins and becomes less flexible, and loss of fat causes your skin to loosen and sag. These structural changes lead to the visible lines, wrinkles, and creases. 

Dermal fillers are a gel-like substance that restores this lost volume, plumping up the skin to smooth out the lines and wrinkles. For the face, many people choose dermal fillers to remove their nasolabial folds and marionette lines, which are the wrinkles and creases around the nose and mouth.

We also use dermal fillers to fill in the lip wrinkles that form above your upper lip.  

2. Shaping and volumizing thin lips

Not everyone is happy with the size or shape of their lips. Additionally, your lips thin as you get older, which may contribute to the development of lines and creases around your mouth and above your lip.

Dermal fillers are a quick and popular cosmetic treatment that reshapes your lips and adds volume. During lip augmentation, we carefully and expertly inject the filler into your lips to get the desired shape without overfilling.

The quick cosmetic injection subtly and effectively rejuvenates your lips and your look. 

3. Filling in recessed scars

Recessed facial scars are difficult to hide with makeup. But with dermal fillers, we add volume under the scar to smooth out your skin and improve your look. 

For depressed acne scars, dermal fillers are a popular choice. 

4. Improving facial symmetry

Facial symmetry is an important aspect of aesthetics. But you don’t have to undergo extensive plastic surgery to balance your features.

Our aesthetic experts use dermal fillers to create a more aesthetically pleasing look by improving facial balance and symmetry. This may include filling in sunken cheeks, improving the shape of your chin, reducing the appearance of your under eye circles, or adding volume to your thin lips.

We also use dermal fillers to correct facial deformities.

Because we use the most popular and effective brands of dermal fillers, we can meet any beauty need or goal quickly, effectively, and without any downtime. To schedule a consultation with our cosmetic injection experts, call our office or book an appointment online today.

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