Prevent Fine Line and Wrinkles with Cosmetic Fillers
Cosmetic Fillers work best as a preventive measure to keep lines and wrinkles from forming. A common misconception is thinking that you are too young for Cosmetic Fillers because you don’t have wrinkles yet. The earlier you start, the less treatment you’ll need as you get older.
Cosmetic Fillers target one of the underlying causes of lines and wrinkles, the repeated facial muscle contractions that occur over the years. Cosmetic Fillers temporarily reduce this muscle activity so you’ll notice a smoothing of these lines.
For temporary improvement of crow’s feet, Cosmetic Fillers are injected into the muscles surrounding the sides of your eyes- called the orbicularis oculi muscles. For frown lines, Cosmetic Fillers are injected into two muscles- the corrugator and procerus muscles.
Over time, age and sun can result in fine line, wrinkles, hollows, and sagging skin. Fortunately, we have safe and minimally invasive hyaluronic acid fillers to give skin a more youthful appearance. * Hyaluronic acid is a natural molecule found in the body. When it is injected into the skin, hyaluronic acid binds with water and expands to fill out and plump the skin deficit from the inside.
Voluma is a hyaluronic acid gel that’s injected into the skin to instantly restore lost volume to the cheeks. As you age, you start to lose hyaluronic acid which causes the skin to lose structure and volume. Loss of volume in the cheeks leads to sagging skin and a hollow appearance. By restoring lost volume, Voluma instantly creates a more youthful appearance. *
Stacey’s artistic eye, steady hands and attention to detail make her extremely skilled in injectables and laser procedures. She has attended numerous educational programs and certification courses, and is qualified in a variety or medical aesthetic procedures. Stacey considers her patients’ overall health in her approach to aesthetics and believes looking good lends to feeling good.
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Frequently Asked Questions: Cosmetic Fillers
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This is a very safe and common procedure.