Remedi Med Spa
Dermal Fillers Questions and Answers
Are you looking for a non-surgical way to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles? Or are you looking to enhance your skins volume? If this sounds like you, consider Dermal Fillers! For more information, please call us or schedule an appointment online. We serve patients from Coronado CA, San Diego CA, Golden Hills CA, Little Italy CA, Logan Heights CA, and Lincoln Park CA.
What causes our skin to age?
Aging skin can be the result of many different factors. Some factors point to genetics while other external factors point to prolonged sun exposure, smoking, exposure to pollution and lack of sleep.
Am I a candidate for Dermal Fillers/Injections?
Thanks to amazing advancements in surgical and non-surgical procedures, you no longer have to accept the aspects of your appearance that you aren’t a fan of. Dermal fillers are nonsurgical injections that give you quick and subtle outcomes. Candidates for dermal fillers and other injectables are usually in their mid-to-late thirties with more prominent signs of aging, which includes fine to deep lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers can often be used to also correct minor facial irregularities.
What do Dermal Fillers do?
Dermal fillers are injections designed to work like hyaluronic acid – a substance that helps to fill in the skin that is naturally found in the body. The primary functions of dermal fillers and injections are to add lost volume to different areas of the face such as the cheek area, lips, under eye area, nasolabial area and the area to the side of the mouth.
What are injectables?
injectables are often chemical substances injected into the skin with a needle to support muscles or plump up the overall look of the skin, this often decreases the look of wrinkles and fine lines!
Are Dermal Fillers safe?
The dermal fillers that are accessible today are very safe. Contrary to synthetic/surgical options, many dermal fillers are made from hyaluronic acid (a substance that helps to fill in the skin and is also naturally found in the body). At the time of injection unfavorable reactions are possible but very rare.