Dermal fillers are also referred to as injectable fillers or injectable implants that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in dermatological treatments addressing aging. Patients of Vaughan dermal fillers undergo the non-invasive treatment to improve the volume of their facial skin and achieve smoother, younger appearance. Dermal fillers, like Botox aid in minimizing wrinkles and folds caused by the aging process.
Different Application Types
The following are the applications or uses of dermal fillers that have been approved by the FDA:• Correction of facial wrinkles and folds (moderate to severe) like the nasolabial folds – also known as marionette or smile lines, which appear on the sides of the mouth up to the nose area. FDA has approved dermal fillers in Vaughan that are extracted or made from absorbable materials.
Use of permanent or non-absorbable substances to correct nasolabial folds is allowed in patients aged 21 years up only.• Restoration and correction of lipoatrophy or loss of facial fat among patients with HIV.
• For lip augmentation in patients aged 21 years up
• For cheek augmentation in patients aged 21 years up
• Correction of wrinkles and scars caused by acne
• For hand augmentation to increase skin volume at the back of the hands
The following are possible applications that are NOT approved by the FDA:• Breast augmentation to increase breast size
• Buttocks augmentation
• Feet augmentation
• As implant in other body parts like the bones, tendons, ligaments, or muscles
• Large scale body contouring through injectable silicone Dermal fillers like Botox aid in the improvement of facial appearance. As potential patients of Botox injections, Vaughan dermatologists should be able to discuss these applications, the benefits, and more importantly, the risks involved. Similarly, for patients of dermal fillers, Vaughan certified skin professionals working in trusted medical facilities should be laying down all the necessary and critical information about undergoing treatments. This include side effects that could appear weeks or months or even years after the treatment.