ADVANCED DERMAL FILLERS FOR FACIAL REJUVENATION
VOLUMISE FOR A FULLER APPEARANCE
Dermal fillers have been approved to use for various aesthetics treatments since the 1970s. Since then, the way we use dermal fillers has changed from just filling a line to restoring the foundations of the facial features.
FACE LIFTING WITH THE RESULTS YOU DESIRE
Dermal fillers have a wide range of applications but are mainly used:
• To restore volume in hollow areas
• To smoothen wrinkles by hydrating the skin
• To pre-empt and prevent premature aging
At the start, dermal fillers were created from collagen based substances and with medical advancement, advanced fillers containing hyaluronic acid(HA) and other biodegradable material like PLLA, CaHa & PCL can be commonly found today. At the start, dermal fillers were created from collagen based substances and with medical advancement, advanced fillers containing hyaluronic acid(HA) and other biodegradable material like PLLA, CaHa & PCL can be commonly found today.
Understanding Dermal Fillers
The Key To Rejuvenation
Dermal fillers are made with a range of FDA & HSA approved substances. Dermal fillers are made with a range of FDA & HSA approved substances.
• Hyaluronic acid (HA)Hyaluronic Acid can be naturally found in our skin and connective tissues in the human body. The characteristics of HA fillers are typically soft & gel-like. The results from HA fillers are usually temporary and last from 6 – 12 months. Common brands of HA fillers include JuvedermⓇ, RestylaneⓇ & BeloteroⓇ
• Calcium Hydroxylapatite (CaHA)Calcium Hydroxylapatite is a natural occurring substance found mainly in our bones. CaHA fillers are gel-like in nature and are typically denser than HA fillers. RadiesseⓇ is one of the well-known brands for CaHA fillers.
• PolyCaprolactone (PCL)PolyCaprolactone is a biodegradable, hydrophobic medical polymer, usually present as microspheres when used in fillers. The PCL is usually suspended together in a gel carrier like one that is encased in Carboxymethyl (CMC). EllanséⓇ is a prime example of a PCL/CMC Dermal filler which is also commonly known as 少女针. The application effects from a PCL/CMC filler like EllanséⓇ typically lasts longer than HA fillers.
Forehead Fillers for Forehead Contouring
Forehead fillers are dermal filler injections into precise parts of the forehead. These dermal fillers are injections of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring material in the body but in exceptionally high quantities in the skin.
Fillers in the forehead can help in erasing the signs of aging to contouring the area to create more balance in the face. Fillers are a less intrusive alternative to a facelift to enhance the appearance of the forehead.
Face fillers are most well-known for erasing the signs of aging on the forehead. Still, they can also be used to enhance the lips, the cheeks, and the nose. Above the eyebrows, the hollowness due to resorption from aging is a primary target.
Anti-aging is just one of the many uses for fillers; more recently, they provide an application in shaping the forehead. Forehead contouring can help in various indications:
- The receding hairline makes the brow appear flat, broad, or too straight.
- The brow has a natural protrusion, such as bony spikes or abnormally rounded.
- A concave or sloping brow makes the whole face profile appear uneven.
- Because of aging or weight loss, hollowing occurs at the temples.
- Your forehead shape appears manly or feminine.
How do Forehead Fillers work?
In this injection therapy, a gel-like substance, usually hyaluronic acid, is injected into areas of the forehead that require more volume.
Fillers are to treat lines and wrinkles by plumping up the skin. If you’re utilizing fillers to shape your brow, Dr Sin Yong will indicate which areas of injection to obtain the desired shape.
The forehead fillers procedure takes 15 to 30 minutes and has minimum downtime to slight swelling.
Dark Eye Circles Undereye Filler
What is the best under-eye filler? Hyaluronic acid is the most excellent wrinkle filler for dark eye circles. This material is created naturally by your body and is safe to use directly under your eyes. You can get results that hold up even when you grin or laugh by using hyaluronic acid fillers.
Dark circles under the eyes might indicate age, weariness, and illness. Even with hundreds of concealers, plenty of sleep, and expensive eye treatments, dark circles may still be visible.
Dark circle treatments fail because they don’t address the reason. Under-eye darkness can be caused by shadows, volume loss, blood vessels accumulation, allergic rubbing that produces bruising, and inherent dark pigmentation.
Tear trough fillers can swiftly and effectively alleviate dark circles.
With tears through the filler, you can look younger, more alert, and more natural.
How Do You Get Rid of Dark Circles with Under Eye Fillers?
The decrease of volume in the tear trough area due to aging is the most prevalent cause of dark circles under the eyes.
By injecting a thin layer of hyaluronic acid into the circles under your eyes with a blunt cannula, dermal fillers can help restore volume and smooth out sagging skin.
Most people see a difference in their appearance, brightening, freshening, and revitalizing within a day or two after getting eye bag filler treatment. Due to individual variation, anticipating the outcome of filler treatment for under-eye bags can be challenging. The desired effects may not be achieved until a second treatment, but the results are immediate in some instances.
Under-eye circles are impossible to conceal. Head to social gatherings, the gym, and critical occasions with the confidence that your tear troughs are youthful. Swelling is possible following the surgery; however, it is usually mild and does not interfere with daily activities.
Nose Filler To Enhance The Nose
We term it as a Rhinoplasty. We strive for non-surgical rhinoplasties, achieved by using a combination of fillers or nose threads to generate a lift to the nasion such that the nose becomes more defined.
Threads aim to lift the entire nose from the nasion to the bridge of the nose whereas fillers can target point specific areas, such that even if you have localised dents or humps on the nose, fillers can make all these areas smooth.
The filler we like to use is Radiesse because it gives a good definition and goes away cleanly. Should you have a nose without any humps, you would also be a good candidate for nose threads.
Fillers For bigger, full lips
It’s not just because of Kylie Jenner and Instagram models; science has a theory that dates back much further.
The desire for plump lips is about more than just thickness; it is also about hydration, health, and smoothness.
According to a 2009 study, women with bigger, fuller lips seem so youthful than their biological age.
So, it’s not surprising that achieving full lips has become the latest aesthetic trend in a world obsessed with wellness.
The good news is that you can get fuller lips! The most direct way to improve volume of the lips is to use fillers!
When we use lip fillers, we use a light filler created specifically for the lips.
The light filler blends in nicely with the lips and gives a soft and subtle enhancement to bring up the contours of the white lip and well as volume of the red lip, to give an overall rekindling effect to the lips again!
Chin Fillers Without Surgery
Lower face proportions contribute to overall facial balance. The region that highlights the lower face is the chin. When the chin is less than the ideal size, other facial areas tend to appear too large or too small. Inadequate chin projection makes the adjacent neck tissues look prematurely aged.
The shape of the chin is determined by the underlying bone and skeletal structure of the lower face. Above the bone are lower facial muscles and of course the soft tissue fat pads that frame the chin.
For this reason, the best way to assess a chin is via a straight up view and a lateral view, where we look at two things – projection of the chin as well as the shape of the chin from the view straight up. Most of the time, we would like a well projected chin with a nice tapering down to form a heart shape.
Process of Chin Fillers
Firstly, we apply topical numbing cream to the skin before the non-surgical chin rejuvenation procedure. This ensures the patient feels no discomfort. Dr Sin Yong then injects small amounts chin filler are then placed in strategic areas to help boost the chin and balance your profile.
This treats an insufficient or fading chin without surgical intervention with just a dermal filler chin augmentation.
We strive for non-surgical enhancements, by using a combination of moderate hardness dermal fillers which allow for versatile sculpting with low risk of injury to nerves. Comparatively, this also allows swift touch-ups with minimal to no downtime. The procedure takes around 30 minutes. They last between 12 – 24 months, depending on individual.
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During the preliminary consultation, Dr Sin Yong will evaluate your facial structure and take relevant measurements to determine the best approach to facial augmentation using injectable fillers. He’ll choose where to inject the fillers and demonstrate the resulting alteration in your profile.
Furthermore, he will assist you in deciding on the most suitable filler for your non-invasive facial enhancement.
At the outset of the procedure, the staff will apply numbing cream to the injection area to ensure the patient experiences minimal pain. The filler will be injected into carefully planned areas on your chin.
Due to the instant nature of the fillers, Dr Sin Yong achieves the “V-shaped face” desired result.
The relatively no downtime procedure makes it superior to surgical implants which comes with downtime and a higher risk of nerve injury.