Fillers and Restylane from Your Dentist in Chardon
It is natural for the facial tissue to wrinkle and lose its vitality as we age, as the body reduces the amount of collagen it produces. Sun exposure, gravity, and other external factors also take a toll, but there are a few treatments that can be used to target specific regions of the face to smooth wrinkles and rejuvenate the sensitive tissue. If you have noticed the area around your mouth and nose starting to look droopy or wrinkled, dermal fillers from your dentist in Chardon could be the answer. Restylane is better for lines in the forehead or around the eyes.
What’s the Difference Between Dermal Fillers, Restylane?
Dermal fillers are injected into the face or lips to plump up the tissue, making it appear more voluminous and youthful. Many people confuse dermal fillers with Restylane, but they are not the same thing. Restylane freezes the muscles to prevent the wrinkles that occur when they contract, and dermal fillers smooth by plumping up the tissue. Restylane is best for the forehead and eye region, while fillers are best for the lower half of the face. Because they serve different purposes, many people choose to get both Restylane and dermal fillers for a more youthful appearance overall.
Dermal fillers are frequently used to…
- Plump up thin cheeks
- Fill out laugh lines in the nasolabial fold, which runs from your nose to the outside of your lips
- Smooth vertical lines around the lips
- Add volume to thin or skinny lips
- Fill in deep depressions under the eyes
- Correcting deep scars (like those caused by acne or chickenpox) or uneven skin
When Should I Get Dermal Fillers or Restylane?
When used with a rigorous skincare routine, including wearing sunscreen and using high-quality products for your facial tissue, cosmetic treatments like dermal fillers and Restylane can greatly improve the appearance of the face.
Dermal fillers can be effective corrective treatment for improving the appearance of deep lines in the face, which occur as a result of age (and reduced collagen production) as well as exposure to sun, gravity, and other environmental factors.
Unlike Restylane treatments, which may actually prevent wrinkles around the eyes and in the forehead, dermal fillers may not have much of a preventive benefit. They are best used to correct aged facial tissue. Most patients who get dermal fillers are in their mid-30s and older. If you are interested in dermal fillers, you don’t have to go far to find the treatment you seek. Your dentist at Painesville Dental Group is highly qualified in performing the procedure. Schedule a consultation to discuss what is possible with dermal fillers and/or Restylane injections.
Benefits of Injectables
- More youthful facial appearance
- Significant self-confidence boost
- Safe, effective, proven treatments
- Noninvasive procedure completed within minutes
- Can target a number of problem areas in the facial tissue
- No need for numbing or anesthesia
- Smoothing takes effect quickly, within a few days of injection
- Long-lasting results
Schedule an Appointment Today!
Are you interested in getting dermal fillers or Restylane to improve the appearance of your sunken or aged facial tissue? Please do not hesitate to schedule an appointment with your Chardon dentist. Contact us today!