Tired of looking in the mirror and seeing deep age lines in your skin? Fillers are a wonderful option to help this issue. Fillers are used to create volume. As we get older our skin loses volume and begins to sag. Filler "fills up" that area and can prevent your cheeks from looking hollow or perhaps build up cheekbones or even eliminate the dark circles under your eyes. Fillers can last anywhere from nine months to a year.
At Fine Line Aesthetics we utilize Hyaluronic Acid Fillers. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring lubricant within our body, so allergies or other reactions to the filler are extremely rare. With the decreased production of hyaluronic acid, the skin experiences decreased hydration. Over time, the lack of hydration causes a loss of skin volume and elasticity. The result is sagging skin, lost skin volume and the formation of more prominent facial lines and creases. Fillers can rejuvenate the skin on your face, giving it a fresh dewy glow, softening your appearance and giving you a younger look. The result is immediate.
Like all hyaluronic acid fillers, they can be dissolved at any time with a simple enzyme injection. Procedure time can be 10-15 minutes, possible bruising and or minor swelling.
Dermal Fillers can be used to create volume and smoothness in several areas of the face including:
Fine Line Luscious Lips
Tear Troughs (under eyes)
Smoker Lip Lines
We will take your medical history and provide a facial analysis. Be prepared to discuss your aesthetic areas of concern. This is not a surgical treatment. Actual treatment injectable gels can take 15 minutes to 60 minutes, depending on which area of your face is being treated.
Injectable gels labeled with "XC" contain pain-reducing lidocaine to help manage pain or discomfort during the injection. We may also apply a topical numbing cream or ice to help further minimize discomfort.
You will see results immediately after the procedure.
Results may last six months up to two years depending on the formula used.
You should not get Dermal fillers if you have a history of severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis), or if you are allergic to lidocaine or the proteins (Gram-positive bacterial proteins) used to make hyaluronic acid (HA).