Side effects of filler and how to prevent them.
Fillers are becoming more popular than ever; they can smooth over wrinkles, make your lips look fuller and plumper and even shape your nose. It is also becoming much easier to find someone who will conduct the treatment. People offer to carry out filler treatments from their homes or beauty and hair salons. If it is something you have been considering, it is essential to know what can go wrong with filler.
Maybe you have wondered about whether there are minor side effects to filler treatments?
Or if there are things you can do to avoid issues that could arise from having a filler treatment?
The short answer is that there can be side effects or complications similarly to any invasive treatment or procedure. You may experience redness, bruising, bleeding, or swelling. More severe complications include skin damage, infection, or scarring. These side effects can be limited or prevented if you have your treatment done by a skilled professional with anatomical knowledge.
In this article, I will aim to answer your questions to make an informed decision about dermal fillers and if they are the proper treatment for you.
Why consider fillers?
Your face comprises four major structural components, skin, fat, muscle, and bone. As we age, volume loss in these structures will contribute to many visible signs of ageing. Dermal fillers can help to smooth lines and replenish lost volume, restoring a more youthful appearance.
Fillers are made from several substances, both natural and synthetic. The most common and safest substance used is hyaluronic acid fillers.
This substance is naturally occurring in our skin and plays a significant role in hydrating and volumizing our skin. Hyaluronic acid fillers are great because they can last for around 7 months, if not much longer, and are gradually absorbed by the body. Due to the fact they are not permanent, they are a lot safer for the body than silicone fillers. This is because they can be dissolved using a unique solution if you do not like the results.
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