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Here are 6 myths around Dermal Filler:
Filler Myth #1: All dermal fillers are the same.
Facts: The most widely-used filler formulas, including the JUVÉDERM® Collection of Fillers, are made with a modified form of hyaluronic acid (HA), a water-loving molecule that’s found naturally in the human body. There are five JUVÉDERM® products, and each gel-like formula is slightly different. Your provider will be able to assess which JUVÉDERM® filler can best help you reach your aesthetic goals. There’s beauty in having options!
Filler Myth #2: Dermal fillers will make me look like a different person.
Facts: The adage “too much of a good thing” can apply to anything in life — including filler! That said, when administered by a qualified injector, filler can add volume or help smooth the appearance of deep folds in a natural-looking way. Bonus: fillers like JUVÉDERM® come in a few different formats, which allows your provider to customize your results to your unique face. So, whether you have some serious lip goals, or you want a little bit of lift in your cheeks, there’s a way to make it happen — while still looking like your gorgeous self.
Filler Myth #3: Dermal fillers and neurotoxins are the same.
Facts: While neurotoxins and dermal fillers like JUVÉDERM® are both injectable treatments, they’re actually entirely different substances. (Read more about neurotoxins here.) If your goal is to plump your lips, cheeks, or laugh lines, a JUVÉDERM® product — not a neurotoxin — is your best bet.
Filler Myth #4: Getting filler can be a painful process.
Facts: Fear of pain shouldn’t be a reason to avoid injectable fillers if you’re otherwise gung-ho. In fact, most people say that filler feels like a quick pinch — totally tolerable! Here are some other things to keep in mind:
Filler Myth #5: Getting dermal fillers is a plastic surgery procedure that requires ample downtime.
Facts: Dermal filler is sometimes administered by a plastic surgeon, but it is not technically a surgical procedure. Rather, JUVÉDERM® is considered a minimally invasive treatment. Typically, you can go about your normal daily activities post-appointment (barring excessive heat or sun exposure, alcohol consumption, and working out, which should all be avoided for 24 hours post-injection). Note: you might experience mild swelling and/or bruising at the injection site — so it’s wise to schedule your appointment accordingly. (It’s probably not a great idea to get treated, say, the day before your wedding!) Once you’ve given your filler some time to “settle,” you’ll be left with the gorgeous results your injector intended to create.
Filler Myth #6: Filler will stretch out the skin.
Facts: If you’ve ever wondered, will filler stretch out my skin?, you’re not alone. The truth of the matter is this: when administered by an experienced, licensed provider, dermal filler should not stretch out the skin. If you’re seeing a licensed provider who is using a reputable product, like one from the JUVÉDERM® collection, your skin laxity should remain unchanged.
If you have any questions around any of this feel free to give us a call at 925-933-3194, we would be happy to talk, or schedule you for your consultation and find the right filler for you.
5/6/2022 11:53:03 pm
I never knew that one of the minimally invasive procedures is the Juvederm for the skin. My mother informed me that she and my aunt was planning to have a Juvederm treatment for their skin to be rejuvenated and feel young, and she asked if I had any idea what would be the best choice for them. Thanks to this enlightening article, I'll be sure to tell her that they should consult a professional Juvederm treatment as they can provide more information about the treatment process.
11/15/2022 02:42:29 am
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It's interesting to know that using dermal fillers is not necessarily a surgery, but it can usually be done by a surgeon. I plan to get this kind of cosmetic procedure done for myself before this year ends which is why I want to be informed. And I hope that I find the right clinic to go to once I have enough budget to ensure that the results would be great.
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