Like any other skin care procedure, individual results may vary. As we age, we tend to lose fat in certain areas of the body, which can make our face look tired and emaciated. Cheek fillers can restore that volume and give you a smoother, healthy-looking, and youthful face. Depending on the filler used, you can enjoy a younger face for up to two years.
Fillers can be made of natural or synthetic substances, such as hyaluronic acid, collagen, and calcium hydroxylapatite. Fillers can last between 6 months and 2 years, while some can last up to 5 years. The effect of a facelift can last even longer. Dr.
Gavin Chan has discovered something about dermal fillers that has “impressed” him regarding the longevity of the filler. If you want to maintain the look you achieved with a filler, you can request touch-up appointments to inject more filler each time it starts to break down. Before you get your first filler injection, you may want to know how soon you'll see the results, how long your results will last, and how long it will take for fillers to dissolve if you don't like the results in the end. Juvederm Volbella is a lip filler that will improve your mouth for up to a year, while Juvederm Voluma is a long-lasting filler that can fill the cheeks for up to twenty-four months.
Deep injections can last up to 12 months, and newer products on the market can last up to two years. Mobin Master points out that dermal filler can last much longer than what brands of dermal fillers say. When patients come back to me after 3 weeks of getting a lip dermal filler treatment and say that the dermal filler “is gone”, I now know it hasn't dissolved. With more people deciding to undergo dermal filler treatments, there is a misconception that “the more dermal fillers have been injected, the better”.
Dermal fillers and injections are used to replace lost volume and keep skin smooth and youthful looking. Using several different dermal fillers and injectable products is a good way to alter the appearance of multiple features of the face.