- Treatment Hyaluronic Fillers
- Doctor Dr Rosmy Barrios
- Category Premium Aesthetic Treatments
What is hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic fillers are the wish number one today. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance that can be found in the human organism with 50% of its total amount found in the skin. It is a gel substance that serves as a support to collagen fibers and other skin factors. Moreover, one gram of hyaluronic acid can bind up to 6 liters of water.
What is a hyaluronic filler treatment?
The amount of hyaluronic acid in the body decreases with age and, as a result, body cells start to lose water content. The entire process affects the body as a whole. Also, the most apparent changes are present in the part of the body which is visually most exposed. The skin gets dehydrated, therefore it loses its tonus and the wrinkles get deeper.
Therefore, the essence of the filler treatment is to compensate for the amount of hyaluronic acid that has been absorbed over time.
Hyaluronic fillers are in fact pure crystal hyaluronic acid, in the form of a gel. Medical experts are injecting into the skin.
The substance is already naturally in the body, therefore there is no danger of a potential allergic reaction occurring.
Hyaluronic fillers therapy in practice:
Hyaluronic fillers are the best solution for those who want to remove the fine lines or deep wrinkles from the face but do not want to have aesthetic surgery. They are the right choice for both men and women who want to resist aging.
They are also very beneficial as a non-surgical method of correction of the lips, nose, cheekbones, as well as the regions around the eyes or chin.
What does the procedure look like?
The procedure itself is short. The pain is reduced to a minimum by usage of the surface or clock anesthesia.
After the intervention, the healing process is facilitated by cooling the treated area. In this manner, the extent of swelling that is expected to appear is reduced. Besides the swelling, it is also possible to notice the appearance of hematomas, but both occurrences are normal and will resorb within a few days after the surgery.
The effect of the treatment lasts approximately between six months and a year.