What Makes Fillers So Popular for Facial Rejuvenation?
That neighbor, doctor, real estate agent, or business partner whose youthful appearance you admire so much might naturally look young. However, chances are that dermal fillers helped turn back the clock and restore that healthy, plump, and elastic skin you can’t help but gaze at.
What makes fillers so popular? The number one reason is simple — premium hyaluronic acid fillers give you beautiful and natural-looking results, making you look more attractive without ever making anyone think you had work done.
That’s not the only reason fillers are sought-after, though. Keep reading to discover what fillers can do for you.
Fillers Are Versatile
Everyone knows about lip fillers, which can help you get the lips of your dreams — whether that means youthful, hydrated, and natural-looking lips or plump and kissable ones.
Did you know dermal fillers have a wide range of other applications, though? That’s right; a skilled dermatologist can use fillers to subtly contour your face or restore your energetic look by correcting the area under your eyes or making impressive improvements to your chin and nose.
Your Body Naturally Makes Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic acid plays several critical roles in the body, including helping the joints move smoothly, keeping your body hydrated, and retaining flexibility and elasticity within the skin. Hyaluronic acid even contributes to the wound healing process.
Hyaluronic acid fillers don’t introduce a foreign substance to your body. Rather, they restore something that was lost — thereby giving you the youthful results you desire.
Fillers Are Minimally-Invasive
Applied by a trained dermatologist using blunt cannulas, dermal fillers can give you the results you want without having to go through an unsightly recovery period. You may experience some swelling and discomfort, but state-of-the-art application techniques mean that bleeding and visible bruising don’t have to be part of your experience.
When a dermatologist from the Dermatology and Laser Group applies dermal fillers, you can walk out looking younger and fresher right away. You won’t have to take time off work to hide the procedure.
Fillers Are Durable
Although dermal fillers don’t offer permanent results, and you may need several treatments to achieve the look you are after, the results are lasting. You won’t have to come in for treatments every six weeks because fillers help you look your best for at least a year.
Fillers Are Safe
Hyaluronic acid fillers are very safe, to the point where even pregnant and nursing women can have fillers applied without any concerns. When applied by an expert dermatologist, side effects are exceedingly rare.
If you want younger, plumper, and more elastic skin without turning to invasive procedures, dermal fillers are your best option.
Dr. Arash Akhavan has been helping patients achieve the naturally youthful look they crave for more than 15 years, using the most up-to-date methods. When you opt for dermal fillers, the Dermatology and Laser Group will ensure that you’ll be amazed by the results — but nobody else will ever guess you had fillers applied.
Arash Akhavan, MD is founder and owner of The Dermatology and Laser Group, one of the top centers for cosmetic procedures in New York City for over a decade. Arash Akhavan, MD, FAAD is a Board Certified Dermatologist and an Associate Professor at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Dr. Akhavan is a Castle Connolly Top Doc, New York Magazine Best Doctor, and Super Doctor featured in The New York Times. Dr. Akhavan is a key opinion leader that has been featured on hundreds of media publications including The New York Times, Allure, Marie Claire, Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan, ABC News, Fox News, Fox 5, NY1, WPIX, and more. He has been featured on nationally syndicated television programs such as The Doctors.
Dr. Akhavan serves as an educator and lecturer for multiple aesthetic device and injectable companies. This allows his office access to newer technologies at an earlier date than other offices, as well as a higher level of expertise in the use of these devices. This, in turn, translates to more effective and safer treatments for our patients.