Fillers- Hyaluronic Acids and Collagen
While denervating agents like Botox prevent lines and
wrinkles caused by repeated, localized muscle contractions, soft tissue
fillers such as hyaluronic acid or human collagen plump up the skin's structure, restoring its youthful smooth appearance.
acid plays an integral role in your skin's structure, providing the
volume and plumpness associated with young, supple skin. The hyaluronic
acid building block fills the space between collagen and elastin fibers
in the skin, holding in moisture and maintaining skin's volume.
As you age, levels of natural hyaluronic acid in the skin decrease due to time, sun exposure and other environmental factors. For that reason, the appeal of hyaluronic acid fillers is easy to understand. When injected just under the skin's surface the hyaluronic acid fillers temporarily replenish the skin's volume by replacing deteriorated support layers of the skin. Ask your doctor about a topical anesthetic to minimize any discomfort associated with the injection itself. Because the body naturally absorbs hyaluronic acid over time, touch-ups are needed to maintain the results.
Your improved look can last up to six months or more, depending on the location of the treatment and the amount of filler used.
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