Injectable Fillers


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Injectable wrinkle fillers have become a popular treatment in recent years as a temporary, noninvasive procedure to smooth and lift facial lines and wrinkles.


Cosmetic Surgery Affiliates in Oklahoma City offers several different brands of dermal fillers (Juvederm, Radiesse, Restylane, Bellafill, and Sculptra), plus fat transfers that can be used to treat mild to moderate lines, folds, wrinkles, and creases in the face for a smoother, more youthful appearance.



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Cosmetic surgeons, Dr. Erik Nuveen and Dr. Courtney Caplin will perform a thorough consultation and evaluation before every patient's treatment to determine the best brand of injectable filler to meet the patient's needs, concerns, and cosmetic goals.


Types of Derma Fillers

Technological advances have made it possible to manufacture a variety of fillers. Most fillers are derived from natural substances (such as collagen) while others are artificially produced. The patient’s skin condition and aesthetic goals will decide which type of filler will be best to use.




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Fat Transfer

Fat transfer is the harvesting of excess fat from a donor site on the patient’s body. The fat is extracted using liposuction. These fat tissues are then purified and reinjected gradually into an area of skin with layering precision. The doctor will massage the skin and ensure that the intended contour is achieved. The body naturally absorbs fat and the results often last up to 6 months.


Collagen

Collagen is a naturally occurring protein in human and animals. Skin, bone, cartilage and teeth are rich in collagen. These are harvested and converted into a sterilized liquid form and used as a derma filler. It is a popular filler for lip augmentation procedures. Some collage is derived from animals. Patients using a derma filler of this nature will require allergy testing ahead of the procedure to ensure that they will not have any complications.


Calcium Hydroxyapatite

Usually found in the bones and teeth of humans, calcium hydroxyapatite is also harvested and processed to use as a liquid filler. It is considered as one of the heavier substances and ideal in adding volume to deep creases. This particular filler product usually lasts longer than some of the others on the market.


Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is another substance that is sourced from humans. Rich deposits of this substance are commonly found in ligaments and connective tissues. As with other natural substances, when used as a derma filler, the results are natural and effective, but they are not long lasting as the body reabsorbs the solution over time.


Polylactic Acid

Polylactic acid is an artificial substance. When injected, it doesn’t just add volume underneath the skin, but it also triggers the production of collagen, which helps in skin renewal. The contours will be visible immediately and the skin quality will be evident after several months. This filler can last up to a year or longer for most patients.




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Pmma

This is a popular derma filler as it lasts longer compared to fillers that are made only from natural substances. Pmma is a hybrid of microspheres mixed with a collagen solution. The result is a more solid, heavy filler that works well for deep creases and for reconstructive purposes when a good amount of tissue is absent. This filler is considered semi-permanent, meaning it has the potential to last for several years or longer.


During/After the Procedure

Injectable fillers are performed in the doctor’s office with the use of local anesthetic creams if necessary. Almost pain-free, the patient will only feel a prick from the injection. The substance will be injected gradually in even layers to make sure a natural looking result and contour is achieved.

Sometimes, it may take more than one full syringe depending on how much volume is needed. There may be slight swelling, bruising and redness on the treated area but this usually subsides after a few days. Patients will be able to return to a normal routine a few hours after treatment.


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    Injectable Fillers FAQs


    How safe is it?

    All derma fillers are fda approved, meaning they have passed comprehensive testing to prove that the product is safe and effective to use. The majority of fillers are made with a natural substance so if the result is not as the patient desired, the good advantage is that the filler, at some point, will be reabsorbed by the body, and the results are temporary.

    Do I need reinjection?

    Most likely. Natural fillers are absorbed by the body in an average of 6 months to 12 months. When this happens, there will be a loss of volume similar to the condition prior to treatment. Reinjection is recommended to maintain the desired results. Some patients find this high maintenance but feel its worth the natural feel of their cosmetic treatment.

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