If you are concerned about signs of facial aging like wrinkles and facial volume loss, dermal fillers may be just what you are looking for. These injectable products have been approved by the FDA for minimizing the appearance of lines and wrinkles on the face that can make you appear older than your actual age.
What are Dermal Fillers?
A dermal filler is simply an injectable substance contained within a gel that flows easily into your skin after injection. The most common ingredient in modern dermal fillers is hyaluronic acid. Popular brands include Juvederm® and Restylane®.
Before learning more about dermal fillers, it may be helpful to understand the causes of skin aging. Apart from genetics and exposure to sunlight, a deficiency of certain skin components play a large role in the development of aging skin.
One of the main components of youthful skin is something called hyaluronic acid. You may be familiar with this substance as an increasingly popular supplement designed to enhance joint health. This unique substance is found in abundance in your eyes, joints, and skin. It is able to attract and bind a tremendous amount of moisture. Its role in the skin is to build and maintain both structure and hydration.
Getting older leads to a loss of hyaluronic acid and a subsequent thinning and drying of the skin, leading to the development of lines and wrinkles. Other substances, like collagen, can also become depleted and lead to a loss of facial volume and resultant wrinkles.
What Types of Dermal Fillers are There?
Hyaluronic acid is a very popular ingredient right now in dermal fillers. This naturally-occurring substance is very beneficial when your skin has become both thin and dry. This substance is unparalleled in its ability to attract moisture into your skin, making it a perfect choice for a minimally-invasive anti-aging treatment. You should note an immediate improvement in your skin that continues to build over the following weeks and months.
Take some time to talk to our team at Advanced Aesthetics so that you can learn more information about dermal fillers. Contact us today to book a consultation at our office in Las Vegas or Henderson.