Filler technology has undergone amazing refinements over the last several years. HA (hyaluronic acid) fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm provide immediate gratification in wrinkle smoothing and are reversible as well. Fillers are not one size fits all. Fillers now have specific properties that make them suitable for certain locations or niche uses. All this is for increased patient benefit. Filler selection is an important first step in your filler treatment.
Restylane Lyft, and Restylane Silk employ NASHA cross linking. These fillers each have particles of different which makes each of them ideal for correction of wrinkles of different depths. You didn’t think 1 HA type would fill all sizes of wrinkles, did you?
Lyft is designed with what is known as a high G1. Without getting too geeky, what a high G1 means for you is increased lift and definition. A high G1 filler is advantageous for locations such as the cheekbone where youthful uplift is desirable and for the jawline where youthful and slimming definition is a real plus.
Juvederm Voluma’s design makes it ideal for areas where a a balance of a good G1 and contouring ability is desirable.
There are locations such as marionette lines and nasolabial folds in which a flexible filler or a smooth flowing gently spreading filler provides an advantage. Modern filler technology has accomplished this. Restylane Define and Refine are made with “XpressHAn” technology for the flexibility of a filler that moves with your full range of facial expression. Juvederm Vollure is known for its gentle smooth natural spread ability.
Your Board Certified Dermatologist who is also a fellow of the ASDS, is not only a Master Injector Physician, but is also expert in choosing the right dermal filler for you. She brings all her years of education, training and experience to your treatment session. Her goal is to provide you with an end result and experience that will thrill you.