Lip & Wrinkle Filler Injections – Types of Dermal Fillers

The Different Types of Wrinkle Fillers at Argera Clinic

Dermal Fillers For Filling Out Cheeks, Lips and Wrinkles

Many people find that, out of the many anti-aging treatments like dermal fillers and Botox currently available, Argera wrinkle fillers can be some of the most effective when it comes to reducing age lines. The great news is that there is more than one type available that you could use to achieve a younger complexion. Generally, to get the best possible results, finding the right kind of treatment for your requirements is crucial.

If you want to know more about the different types of fillers on the market and how they perform best, please check out the sections below.

Hyaluronic acid as a wrinkle filler

Restylane Refyne, HylaForm and Prevelle Silk are just a few of the well-known wrinkle treatments found in the hyaluronic acid category of fillers – which are some of the most popular on the market. While each one may be different in their own (albeit minimal ways), there are quite a few good reasons why so many people choose fillers made with hyaluronic acid.

For one, most find that these types of wrinkle treatments tend to last about a year – typically ranging anywhere from 6 to 18 months. While they may not be the longest lasting treatment options, they aren’t the most temporary either; which is why they are often recommended to first-time patients.

Another reason why hyaluronic acid-based injections can be such a great option is because research has shown that this active ingredient can sometimes help to improve the body’s production of collagen – and this can naturally help to fight off wrinkles.

Collagen Wrinkle Filler

Some of the first types of lip fillers created to reduce wrinkles and lines were made with a purified form of collagen. Typically, this type of treatment is more natural looking than its counterparts. For most, this is a huge bonus – but there are a couple of reasons why it may not be the best option for everyone.

Typically, these injections don’t last as long as most others, with patients needing two to four sessions annually to maintain a younger complexion. Additionally, since they are made from an animal source (usually cows), a higher percentage of users suffer from allergic reactions.

That being said, associated risks have been lowered over the years, thanks to new ways of processing collagen and different types of synthetic collagens being used to negate the possibility of specific issues occurring.

Synthetic wrinkle fillers

While the two types of age line treatments mentioned above tend to include natural ingredients found in skin, synthetic fillers are often made up of substances that are completely lab-made. For some, this may make synthetic fillers sound far less appealing – but in some cases, they may work out to be a better option.

Generally, these types of injections can provide users with smoother skin for much longer, with some synthetic fillers being semi-permanent. However, longer-lasting treatments tend to be the most likely to cause side effects; which can include redness, bruising, or swelling at the injection site.

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