Despite the fact that there are thousands of people who have used or are still using dermal fillers, they are still not that popular compared to other skin care procedures such as Botox. In fact, there are so many yet who consider the two to be the same or confuse one with the other. It should not be so as both are different and can be taken together or separately.
First of all, you have the option of getting a nature-based or man-made dermal fillers. As the name suggests, these are used to fill a specific area of your face to make it look fresher and younger. To achieve this result, the fillers are injected into a particular area. The duration of the dermal fillers will also depend on its source. Generally, the synthetic dermal fillers are more durable than the nature-based option.
The people who go for nature-based dermal fillers do so because they have lesser risks of allergic reaction despite the fact that they last only around a year and a half, or even two years at the most as they naturally disintegrate. For those who would want a long-term option, synthetic fillers are good options since they do not disintegrate the way a nature-based formulation does. It is only due to excessive sun exposure or nature taking its course that the fillers are no longer as effective. However, because these are for long-term use, the potential risks are also more difficult to address.
Dermal Fillers can be taken together with Botox as the latter is mainly used to stop wrinkles around the eyes or forehead by tightening the skin. The former, on the other hand, makes the surface level as it fills in the “gaps” on any surface of the face. Together, they can give you unmatched results in looking younger and fresher.
The Best Dermal Filler
The existence of the ultimate dermal filler is as real as a fairy princess. To be exact, both types of dermal fillers have risks aside from allergic reaction. You also go through the uncertainty of lumping or migration, whichever type you may choose. The safety and effectiveness of your dermal filler rests literally in the hands of your doctor.
Thus, it is your top priority to go to a doctor that has the training, expertise, and history of injecting dermal fillers. Equally important is the fact that the doctor should have all these requirements with both types of dermal fillers as he or she can give you all the right options and can help you decide what is really best for you.