It’s no secret why dermal fillers are as tremendously popular as they are. Retaining one’s youthful appearance seems to be universally desired, and with aesthetic treatments such as Belotero Balance, Radiesse, and Juvederm, that goal has never been more within reach!
Some of the most common issues treated with dermal fillers include:
- Fill and smooth fine lines and wrinkles, especially the upper lip
- Plump and enhance the lips
- Improve the appearance of recessed scars
- Reduce lower-eyelid shadowing
- Enhance shallow contours
The natural effects of aging are unfortunately inescapable. If fine lines around your mouth and nose leave you reluctant to smile, Belotero Balance may be your saving grace. Belotero Balance is a treatment that smooths out and fills in moderate-to-severe folds and wrinkles go from the side of the nose to the corner of the mouth. These lines, properly known as nasolabial folds, are more commonly referred to as “smile lines”. These are generally caused as a result things like years of sun damage, smoking, and yes, even smiling! Belotero Balance can also treat vertical lip lines, corner lines of the mouth, and chin wrinkles.
Radiesse is another filler treatment that can address most of those areas as well, along with pre-jowl folds and marionette lines. This treatment works by both providing an immediate boost in volume in the skin and also by stimulating the body’s own natural production of collagen. Natural collagen production slows down with age, which is what leads to many types of fine lines and skin wrinkles in the first place. By stimulating collagen production, the effects of Radiesse have been clinically proven to last a year, and possibly even longer, with many patients.
For a non-surgical option to add volume to various areas of the face, look no further than Juvederm. This treatment, much like Belotero and Radiesse, can treat things like fine lines and wrinkles around the fact. Juvederm adds to its own cosmetic value with the ability to lift cheeks and plump lips as well. Juvederm provides visual results instantly to patients, with the effects lasting between one and two years.