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Types Of Injectable Fillers

There are a variety types of injectable fillers FDA approved  that our very experienced healthcare providers use. In general, fillers are categorized by the substance they are made from.
  1. Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Fillers:

    • Examples: Juvederm Fillers , Restylane Filler, Belotero Filler
    • Characteristics: Natural substance found in the body, provides hydration and plumpness.
    • Common Uses: Lip enhancement, cheek augmentation, smoothing wrinkles.
  2. Calcium Hydroxylapatite (CaHA) Fillers:

    • Example: Radiesse Filler
    • Characteristics: Stimulates collagen production, long-lasting results.
    • Common Uses: Nasolabial folds, marionette lines, hand rejuvenation, Tempo, Chin, Jawline and Cheeks.
  3. Poly-L-Lactic Acid Fillers:

    • Example: Sculptra Filler 
    • Characteristics: Stimulates collagen production over time, gradual and subtle results.
    • Common Uses: Facial volume loss, deep wrinkles.
  4. Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) Fillers:

    • Example: Bellafill Filler 
    • Characteristics: Contains microspheres that provide semi-permanent support.
    • Common Uses: Acne scars, deep wrinkles.
  5. Autologous Fat Injections:

    • Characteristics: Uses the patient’s own fat harvested from another part of the body.
    • Common Uses: Volume restoration, facial contouring.
  6. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP):

    • Characteristics: Uses the patient’s own blood plasma, rich in growth factors.
    • Common Uses: Facial rejuvenation, under-eye hollows.
  7. Polycaprolactone (PCL) Fillers:

    • Example: Ellansé
    • Characteristics: Stimulates collagen production, provides immediate and lasting results.
    • Common Uses: Wrinkle correction, facial contouring.
  8. Cross-Linked Polymers:

    • Characteristics: Provide longer-lasting results compared to non-cross-linked fillers.
    • Common Uses: Various facial areas for volume restoration.

It’s important to note that the choice of filler depends on factors such as the area being treated, the desired results, and individual patient characteristics. Consultation with a qualified and experienced healthcare professional is crucial to determining the most suitable dermal filler for specific needs and goals. Facial Balancing and HArmonization are the goal for all filler treatments at Aromas Medspa.

There are a variety types of injectable fillers FDA approved  that our very experienced healthcare providers use. In general, fillers are categorized by the substance they are made from.
  1. Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Fillers:

    • Examples: Juvederm Fillers , Restylane Filler, Belotero Filler
    • Characteristics: Natural substance found in the body, provides hydration and plumpness.
    • Common Uses: Lip enhancement, cheek augmentation, smoothing wrinkles.
  2. Calcium Hydroxylapatite (CaHA) Fillers:

    • Example: Radiesse Filler
    • Characteristics: Stimulates collagen production, long-lasting results.
    • Common Uses: Nasolabial folds, marionette lines, hand rejuvenation.
  3. Poly-L-Lactic Acid Fillers:

    • Example: Sculptra Filler 
    • Characteristics: Stimulates collagen production over time, gradual and subtle results.
    • Common Uses: Facial volume loss, deep wrinkles.
  4. Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) Fillers:

    • Example: Bellafill Filler 
    • Characteristics: Contains microspheres that provide semi-permanent support.
    • Common Uses: Acne scars, deep wrinkles.
  5. Autologous Fat Injections:

    • Characteristics: Uses the patient’s own fat harvested from another part of the body.
    • Common Uses: Volume restoration, facial contouring.
  6. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP):

    • Characteristics: Uses the patient’s own blood plasma, rich in growth factors.
    • Common Uses: Facial rejuvenation, under-eye hollows.
  7. Polycaprolactone (PCL) Fillers:

    • Example: Ellansé
    • Characteristics: Stimulates collagen production, provides immediate and lasting results.
    • Common Uses: Wrinkle correction, facial contouring.
  8. Cross-Linked Polymers:

    • Characteristics: Provide longer-lasting results compared to non-cross-linked fillers.
    • Common Uses: Various facial areas for volume restoration.

It’s important to note that the choice of filler depends on factors such as the area being treated, the desired results, and individual patient characteristics. Consultation with a qualified and experienced healthcare professional is crucial to determining the most suitable dermal filler for specific needs and goals.

Ten Possible Complications and Risks Associated with Dermal Fillers

Although dermal fillers, when administered by qualified professionals, are generally considered safe and well-tolerated, they do carry the possibility of risks and complications. Individuals who are contemplating dermal filler treatments must be cognizant of the potential for negative consequences. The following are some of the hazards and complications associated with dermal fillers:

  • Swelling and Bruising:

Injection site bruising and edema are frequent adverse effects. While they typically resolve within a few days, certain individuals may experience their persistence for an extended period of time.

  • Anguish and Redness:

It is not uncommon for the injection site to experience transient erythema and pain, which usually resolve spontaneously.
Pathogen Infection:

Injections in general pose an infection risk. During the procedure, sterile techniques must be utilized to mitigate this risk.

  • Allergic Responses:

Although exceedingly uncommon, certain fillers may cause allergic reactions in certain individuals. The severity of allergic reactions can vary considerably.
The Formation of Nodules:

Possible subcutaneous formation of tiny nodules or lumps. Although some may be alleviated with massage, more severe instances may necessitate medical intervention.
An asymmetry

Asymmetry may result from improper administration or migration of the infill. Proficient practitioners strive for outcomes that are organic and harmonious.
Tyndall Influence:

This is the result of excessively superficial filler application, which imparts a bluish hue beneath the epidermis. This occurs more frequently with hyaluronic acid fillers.
Vascular Adverse Reactions:

Vascular complications may arise from the unintentional injection of filler into blood vessels, albeit an uncommon occurrence. In severe instances, this may lead to necrosis, which is the demise of the adjacent tissue.
Granulomas consist of:

Granulomas, which are diminutive, rigid protuberances, may develop in response to the filler. These may occasionally require surgical removal.
Migration and Dissolution of Fillers:

Occasionally, fillers may migrate away from the designated injection site, resulting in unforeseen consequences. Additionally, some fillers are intended to be transient and dissolve progressively with time.
It is vital to select a qualified and experienced healthcare professional for the procedure in order to reduce potential complications. Prior to undertaking any cosmetic procedure, it is imperative that individuals consult their healthcare provider in detail about their medical history, expectations, and the potential risks associated with the dermal filler of their choice. In addition, patients should adhere to the post-treatment care guidelines that were supplied by their medical practitioner. In the event that any worrisome symptoms or complications emerge, it is critical to promptly seek medical attention.

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