In the world of cosmetic medicine, there are a number of different noninvasive treatment methods out there. It’s important to understand that there is often a sliding scale with how invasive these treatments are and how effective they might be. There are certain treatments like facials and topical creams, that aren’t invasive at all, and in some senses these can be the most effective treatments, while in other senses they might not be effective at all. When it comes to noninvasive techniques, according to dermal fillers specialist Dr. Hamadiya, the use of dermal fillers is one of the most commonly requested noninvasive methods around. This is because dermal fillers like Juvederm, Restylane and Sculptra are extremely effective and extremely versatile, and while they are certainly more invasive then a common facial or chemical peel they certainly aren’t too difficult to deal with and can be fairly easy to handle – as they simply require a small injection and no recovery or healing period. One of the most common issues that we are fighting against in the cosmetic medicine world is facial aging, which is characterized by skin quality changes, volume deflation of soft tissues, and descent of the facial muscles and fascia. The result is a change from a youthful heart-shaped face to a rectangular or pear-shaped face. Much of this volumetric change is due to atrophy of facial fat deposits. Additionally, the descent of soft tissues can be perceived as a forward drift from the malar region into the nasolabial area and jowl. In addition to the changes that occur to the fat or this soft tissue movement is remodeling of the underlying bone. These changes result in the features commonly associated with aging, including dynamic and static facial lines, temporal and cheek concavities, and an unmasking and protrusion of facial musculature. When it comes to facial rejuvenation and restoring out overall youthful appearance of the face, the use of dermal fillers according to Dr. Hamadiya the top fillers specialist Miami has to offer, is one of the most beneficial things patients can do – especially when you factor in having such a low cost, in terms of healing period. In this article to better educate patients on the facial rejuvenation benefits of dermal fillers like Restylane, Juvederm and Sculpta.
Juvederm & Restylane
Juvederm and Restylane are two of the most well known and heavily in-demand injectable dermal filers out there today. We group the two together as they are both hyaluronic acid based and most offer patients with the same high-level, naturally appearing results they can rarely attain anywhere else. According to the team at Dr. Hamadiya’s office, when it comes to facial rejuvenation, Juvederm and other Hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers, are some of the best options you can choose. The fact of the matter is that HA or hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring compound that helps provide the body with much needed moisture and hydration. With the use of Juvederm, patients can achieve a fuller, more youthful looking face, as the hyaluronic acid helps to restore the facial volume loss which has occurred previously. It is known to be one of the best anti-aging fillers around today, and it is able to treat a wide variety of moderate to even some severe skincare issues that came about through aging – such as static wrinkles, unwanted discolorations, blemishes and more.
Another injectable dermal filler thats very similar to Juvederm, Restylane is also a hyaluronic acid based dermal filler that is known to help with all different types of facial rejuvenation. One of the best parts about Restylane as well as Juvederm, is that there is a whole family of fillers, and each of which have their own specialty. And because they are all based with Hyaluronic acid, the filler is not only able to pull in moisture from surrounding soft tissue, and help to enhance the facial contours and overall shape, but helps to provide plumpness, while simultaneously giving patients smoother, softer, more supple, wrinkle-free skin! Another amazing advantage of HA-based fillers like Juvederm and Restylane is the fact that they both work amazingly as a lip filler. When it comes to lip fillers, these amazing injectable treatments can help to transform the lips, giving patients smoother, softer, more plump looking lips with a far more sexy, sultry lip contours – giving you the lips of your favorite actress or instagram star in only a simple lip filers session!
When it comes to dermal fillers, Juvederm and Restylane are far more well-known than any others, but despite being lesser known, Sculptra Aesthetic is one of the most effective injectable dermal fillers around today, and has slowly become a favorite amongst many patients – both men and women. Sculptra is a facial filler that’s used to combat facial aging by helping to gradually replace lost collagen – a treatment that can offer great results when performed by an experienced injector. The main ingredient in Sculptra is poly-L-lactic acid, or PLLA — a biocompatible, biodegradable synthetic material that is naturally and gradually absorbed by the body. It’s important to understand that Sculptra uses one of the smallest needles in the industry. The PLLA is absorbed by the tissues in the dermal layer, which stimulates the body’s production of collagen and strengthens the natural structure of the skin. Sculptra goes to work beneath the skin’s surface, gradually replacing lost collagen over time. This helps to fill in deep folds and wrinkles, resulting in smoother, plumper skin. After the injection is complete the physician will massage the treated area, to ensure that the drug is evenly distributed. Most patients require 2-3 treatments to achieve optimal results, and sessions are spaced over a period of several months.
For more information on injectable dermal fillers be sure to contact Dr. Hamadiya today.