Soft Tissue FillersLook Refreshed and Feel Revitalized
Restore Volume & Reduce Wrinkles
The three primary causes of facial aging include volume loss, muscle movement, and skin damage with loss of elasticity. Facial volume loss results primarily from fat atrophy and facial bone resorption. It is these changes that produce the characteristic thin, drawn, and skeletonized appearance of aging; the changes that make us look tired, and worn, and dull.
For years facial volume loss was relatively ignored, and the focus was on tightening skin. However, since the introduction of the modern soft tissue fillers in 2004, an increasing focus has been placed on restoring facial volume and fullness. Soft tissue fillers (such as Belotero, Juvéderm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus, Radiesse, Restylane, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Silk, Sculptra, Volbella, and Voluma) are frequently used to reduce facial lines and wrinkles, enhance lip volume and shape, restore cheek contour and fullness, and recover a more youthful and refreshed appearance.
Soft tissue fillers have become an integral part of the rejuvenation process, and are the second most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment each year.
Juvederm Lip Enhancement
This 30 yo woman desired a fuller lip shape. She was treated with 0.8 mL of Juvederm Ultra, and then four weeks later received another 0.8 mL of Juvederm Ultra. This picture, taken four weeks after her second treatment shows a natural volume and shape enhancement of both the upper and lower lip.
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Restylane for Under Eye Hollows
This 49 year old woman did not like the hollow areas beneath her eyes. exam showed volume loss along the arcus marginalis with elongation of the lid-cheek junction. The lower eye lid fat was not prominent, and some volume loss was present in the cheek and midface. See more patient pictures.