Resorbable fillers are an ideal tool for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face. They can be used as part of a comprehensive anti-aging strategy. These fillers support a more youthful complexion that is free of wrinkles and other common signs of age. Dermal fillers have long been used as a strategy to support anti-aging. Resorbable fillers have quickly moved to the top of the list in terms of ideal treatments for anti-aging.
What are Resorbable Fillers
The signs of aging can develop at any time of life, and for many different reasons. Whether it is due to a lack of sleep, an overabundance of stress due to work or family issues, or even just the regular wear on the body that comes with living a long and healthy life. As time goes on, you may find the need to address some of those signs of aging. Thus, resorbable fillers are an ideal solution to combating these common signs of age.
Not all dermal fillers are created equally. There are plenty of very popular dermal fillers that are temporary, or don’t have very realistic results. They can leave the skin with a plastic-like appearance that is unnatural and can even be rather uncomfortable. Resorbable fillers are one of the top options in dermal fillers. Additionally, they have been found to be a medically safe and cosmetically ideal solution to addressing common signs of age.
Types of Resorbable Fillers
- Collagen-containing fillers, which comprises substances that contain collagen that are biosynthetic. This means they are adapted from human or animal origin.
- Fillers that are developed from autologous fat grafting. This is when fat is taken from different places on the body and re-applied to the designated area being treated.
- Fillers that contain a type of acid, including polylactic or hyaluronic acid.
One of the most effective types of dermal filler treatments are those made with hyaluronic. This is the type of dermal filler that is utilized by our Sunrise Facial & Oral Surgeons. Hyaluronic dermal fillers are used in addition to botox, facelifts, lip augmentation and many more procedures. These are all used as part of a comprehensive treatment method for combating the signs of age.
What is Hyaluronic Acid
One of the reasons that hyaluronic acid is so effective within resorbable filters is because hyaluronic acid is a substance that is found naturally within the body. The highest concentration of the substance is found in the fluids of the eyes and joints. This is because these are highly lubricated areas of the body. The acid is a great substitute used within the treatment of joint disorders and is often used in the treatment of additional medical procedures. These include anti-aging treatments as well as the treatment of urinary tract infections, acid reflux, and chronic dry eyes.
There is an impressive amount of research supporting the use of hyaluronic acid for aging skin. This is the primary component of the popular Juvederm treatment. It is found to significantly reduce wrinkles for up to a year after a single injection. This is a highly effective anti-aging strategy that is especially helpful in reducing damage caused by excessive sun exposure.
About Resorbable Dermal Fillers
The use of resorbable dermal fillers is a low-risk procedure that is performed on an out-patient basis for the treatment of wrinkles and other signs of aging. This is an elective cosmetic procedure. To find out if resorbable dermal fillers are ideal for you, it is best to schedule a consultation with your Sunrise doctor. During a consultation, your physician will evaluate concerns with your signs of aging. They will determine the effectiveness of dermal fillers in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face. The procedure is performed in the physicians office and is typically painless. However, slight swelling around the injection area may be present for 24-48 hours after the procedure.
For more information about resorbable dermal fillers featuring hyaluronic acid, contact our Sunrise Facial & Oral Surgery office today. We have two convenient locations in Melbourne and Rockledge, Florida.