When it comes to facial fillers, there are a variety of options available to address different areas of the face. The most common areas are the cheeks (Juvederm Voluma XC), nasolabial folds and puppet lines around the mouth (Juvederm Ultra Plus XC and Juvederm VOLLURE XC) and the lips (Juvederm Ultra XC and Juvederm VOLBELLA XC). Peter Lee, MD, D. Dr.
Lin explains that for cheek injections, two FDA-approved hyaluronic acid fillers, Juvederm Voluma and Restylane-Lyft, are the most commonly used. Generally, softer fillers will allow you to sculpt your cheeks and add natural-looking volume to the areas you want to enhance.Juvederm Ultra XC and Juvederm VOLBELLA XC are two of the most popular fillers for lips. The original formula of these dermal fillers is designed to address anti-aging problems, such as the development of lines and wrinkles in the middle of the face. Juvederm VOLLURE XC is specifically designed to reduce the appearance of parenthetical lines or smile lines around the nose and mouth.
Restylane-L, Juvederm and Belotero are other dermal fillers that are commonly used for facial wrinkles, asymmetry and volume loss. Each brand has a HA filling product line that can be used to address various facial problems, such as smoothing wrinkles and adding volume to sunken or depressed areas. The cost of cheek fillers will depend on the type of dermal fillers you and your provider decide on, as well as the amount of that material needed. The side effects of facial fillers tend to go away in seven to 14 days.
However, it is important to note that overfilling can lead to sagging skin as a result of consuming too much filler or doing it too often.Facial treatments, such as chemical peels and hydrafacials, are compatible with dermal fillers since they treat superficial skin problems like sun damage, scars, acne, imperfections, uneven skin tone, and uneven skin texture. With so many different types of fillers available, you can easily choose the ones that best suit your aesthetic concerns.