Where Did My Fillers Go?

If you’re looking for more volume, or fewer wrinkles, fillers are a great way to go. Surgical procedures like facelifts can be expensive and lead to long downtimes. And, dermal fillers are extremely popular, because they’re easy and allow you to try something new. One of our favorite treatments, fillers can treat the signs of premature aging such as wrinkles and volume loss. Keep reading to learn more about fillers.

What can fillers do for me?

So many different types of fillers exist, which allows us to tailor your treatment to what you’re looking for. Do you want more prominent cheekbones? There’s a filler to give you those model-esque cheeks… If you want to smooth out wrinkles, there are fillers to give you a more youthful, plump look. Did you know that fillers can even be used to treat certain cosmetic concerns in the nose? Imagine not needing to go get a nose job because fillers did the trick!

How often will I need to come back for more?

A few things will impact your fillers. Generally, it all depends on what fillers you have and where they are placed.

The Type of Fillers

Hyaluronic Acid fillers aren’t all the same. Restylane lasts six to nine months, while Juvederm can last from nine months to a year. Juvederm has a higher concentration of hyaluronic acid and you may be tempted to go with Juvederm because of that.

Where Your Fillers Are

Where they are placed will affect how long your fillers last, as well. If you have fillers injected in a place that moves a lot, it will likely cause your fillers to break down at a faster pace. Fillers placed in the lips will need a boost quicker than those in the forehead, for instance. We will help you determine when to come back in.

You could have a more beautiful, youthful look with the help of dermal fillers. Call Aura Med Spa now to book your consultation to learn what treatments or procedures can help you achieve your ideal look this year. Call us at (415) 788-3800 today!

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