The Fundamentals of Dermal Fillers

By on October 20, 2016 under Fillers, Restylane Lyft

The Fundamentals of Dermal Fillers

With the many non-surgical rejuvenation options today, injectables and fillers are some of the most popular. There are, however, some distinct differences between these two treatments. While neuromodulators, such as Botox® and Dysport® temporarily weaken muscle activity, fillers are used to lift and plump problem areas. Read on to learn more about fillers and what they can do for you.

Types of Fillers

There is a selection of dermal fillers available on the market today, each with their own individual function. Dr. Husni offers Restylane® Lyft, Restylane® Silk, Restylane®, Juvederm®, Radiesse®, Sculptra®, and Belotero Balance® at his Cleveland office. While Restylane® and Juvederm®, Belotero Balance® and Sculptra® were created to fill facial wrinkles and folds, Restylane (Lyft) is made to correct sagging, hollow skin in the cheek area. Radiesse® can treat nasolabial folds and cheeks, as well as add volume to the back of the hands, the chin , or the nose. A consultation with Dr. Husni can help to determine which filler(s) can benefit you.

Ideal Candidates for Fillers

Ideal candidates for dermal fillers include patients that are in good health, do not smoke, and have realistic expectations for the outcome of their treatment. It is important that patients understand that fillers cannot produce the same results that a facelift can achieve.

Dr. Husni has extensive experience in administering dermal fillers and strives to provide the best results for his patients. If you are located in the Cleveland, OH area and are interested in dermal fillers, contact us today to schedule a consultation.