Some commonly asked questions from our patients are “What are the differences between various injectables doctors use?” and “What differentiates use of anti-wrinkle injections from dermal fillers?”
Before discussing the differences let the discuss similarities of all these anti-ageing products that can be injected into our skin.
The procedure can be performed in 10-20 minutes with results that last from three to eight months or even longer. The price you pay in Melbourne laser clinic is considerably lower then the cost of a traditional face-lift or any other cosmetic surgery.
Now for the differences, dermal fillers, and have several uses. They fill wrinkles, lines (eg nasalabial folds) and scars, plump up lips, fill out “hallows” under the eyes or accentuate cheekbones.
- Implant filler is a permanent type of dermal filler and is only suitable for some limited work eg. Filling out a line around the mouth area, smokers lines etc.
- Temporary dermal fillers provide a shorter term solution, lasting for 4 to 8 months. From personal experience they feel the softest and lasts the longest.
- Anti-wrinkle injections all contain so called “toxin”. This protein prevents the release of signals between the nerves and muscles. This relaxes the muscles, reducing the dynamic/mimic wrinkles.
Once again, because every person’s face is so unique, a consultation is must if you want the full benefits out of your facial liquid rejuvenation.
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