Anti aging, Skin care

Injectable Fillers Information Such As Restylane Lip Filler and Dangers Of Botox

Here is a selection of temporary injectable fillers. The injectable cosmetic wrinkle fillers that you are going to find here include Botox cosmetic injections, Juvederm, Restylane injections, Evolence, Captique fillers, Cosmoderm, Juvederm filler, Restylane lips, Perlane cosmetic and Zyderm and Zyplast collagen.

What Is Botox?

Botox injections for wrinkles are injectable fillers derived from a bacteria called botulium and in large doses can cause botulism. This bacteria block the impulses that go from the nerves to the muscles responsible of facial wrinkles. As a consequence the muscles are temporary relaxed, so they can’t contract.

  • Botox uses
  • Botox injections are used to fill in wrinkles such as:
  • Forehead
  • Crow’s feet
  • Laughter lines
  • Lines between the eyebrows

Botox is also used to treat eye muscle disorders, sweaty palms, underarms and feet caused by muscle contraction. Is approved by the FDA (food and drug administration, US) for cosmetic purposes to treat frown lines between the eyebrows.

These injectable fillers are place with a fine needle under the area you want to treat. The treatment can take up to 30 minutes and the area treated can experience some swelling, redness, bruising, itching. This should only be temporary (few days), but consult your doctor if it last longer.

The effects can be seen between two or three days, improving over the next few days.

How long does Botox last?

The result of anti-aging Botox treatment lasts for about three months. After that time, you will have to repeat the treatment if you want to preserve the look. Botox is one of the most popular injectable fillers. Thousands of people are treated every year with Botox and is considered to be safe when administer by professionals.

Botox Risks

Some people may experience upper eye lid drop, respiratory infection, headache, flu syndrome, nausea, muscle weakness. This should only be temporary, but sometimes take months to improve. Choose a good physician and ask all the relevant questions about Botox safety and side effects. Botox cost depends on several factors such area/s treated, amount of Botox used, physician fees, region or country in which the treatment is taking place.

Cosmoderm and Cosmoplast

Cosmoderm and Cosmoplast are injectable fillers derived from human collagen, and are approved by the FDA (food and drug administration, US). Cosmoderm and Cosmoplast are temporary, and their effect can last from three to six months.

These injectable fillers are used to replace the collagen lost due to the effects of aging. As we get older the collagen (a substance that gives resilience and elasticity to the skin) start to diminish, and wrinkles begin to appear in the face.

Uses of Cosmoderm and Cosmoplast

Cosmoderm and Cosmoplast are injected under the skin with a fine needle. These injectable fillers include anesthetic to minimize discomfort. The area treated could experience some redness, bruising, swelling, and itching. This should be only temporary (few days), but consult your doctor if it lasts longer. The treatment can take up to one hour and you can see the result immediately. There is no need for a previous test, as Cosmoderm and Cosmoplast are made with human collagen.

Three to six months after the treatment, the collagen will be gradually absorbed by the body, and you will need more treatments if you want to keep those wrinkles away. These injectable fillers are safe, but be sure to ask your physician all the relevant questions about allergies and side effects, just to make sure is the right choice for you.

Cost depends on several factors such as area-s treated, amount of filler used to complete the treatment, physician fees, country or region in which the treatment is taking place.

Captique Filler

Captique is an injectable filler, non-animal origin, made from purified hyaluronic acid(a substance that is naturally present in our bodies). Is approved by the FDA (food and drug administration, US). It has a temporary effect that can last from three to six months. These injectable fillers are used to fill in deep wrinkles and folds such as:

  • Crow’s feet
  • Smile lines
  • Lip lines

Captique injections are injected under the skin, and some anesthetic can be used to minimize pain and discomfort. The area treated could probably experience some redness, bruising, swelling, and itching. This should only be temporary (few days), but consult your doctor if it last longer. The treatment can take up to one hour to perform, and you can see the result immediately.

Captique filler doesn’t require a previous test. The risk of allergic reactions is not common, but asks your physician all the important questions about safety and side effects before making this filler your choice.

Because Captique is a temporary filler, the hyaluronic acid will be gradually absorbed by the body, so you will have to go back every four to six months, for more treatments to preserve the look. Cost depends in several factors such as area-s treated, amount of dermal filler needed, physician fees, country or region in which the treatment is taking place. Expect to pay per syringe of injectable fillers used.

 Evolence

Evolence is a collagen based dermal filler, non-animal origin, derived from porcine (pig). It is highly purified and converted into pure collagen molecules, using the Glymatrix technology. Evolence is made of the same material used to treat some medical conditions. Is not yet approved by the FDA (food and drug administration, US). These injectable fillers are used to:

  • Fill in wrinkles
  • Treat scars
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Lip enhancement

Evolence is injected under the skin with a fine needle and local or topical anesthetic may be applied to diminish pain. The area treated can experience some swelling, itching, redness, bruising. This should only be temporary (few days), but consult the doctor if it last longer. The results can be seen immediately seen and is long lasting (up to one year).

An allergy test is not required. Cost depends on several factors such as area-s treated, amount of filler needed, physician fees, region or country where the treatment is taking place.

Hylaform

Hylaform is an injectable filler, non-animal origin, made from a purified form of hyaluronic acid (a substance that is naturally present in our bodies). Is approved by the FDA (food and drug administration, US). Hylaform is a temporary filler and the effect can last from four to six months, depending on factors such as age, smoking, diet, sun exposure, alcohol, skin care. These injectable fillers are used to fill in moderate to deep facial wrinkles such as:

  • Nasolabial
  • Frown lines
  • Lip lines Add volume to the lips
  • Define lip borders

Hylaform is injected under the skin with a fine needle. Topical or local anesthetic can be used to minimize discomfort. After the treatment you may experience some redness, bruising, swelling, and itching. This should be only temporary (few days), but consult your doctor if it last longer.

The treatment can take up to one hour to perform, and you can see the result immediately. Hylaform doesn’t require a previous test, the risk of allergic reactions is very rare, but talk to your physician about safety and side effects.

Because these injectable fillers are temporary, the hyaluronic acid will be gradually absorbed by the body, which means that you will have to go back for more treatments after four to six months to preserve the look.

Cost depends on several factors such as area-s treated, amount of filler used to complete the treatment, physician fees, country or region in which the treatment is taking place. Find out here some good anti-aging skin care tips.

 Juvederm Dermal Filler

Juvederm is an injectable filler, non-animal origin, made from a form of purified hyaluronic acid (a substance that is naturally present in the body and with moisturizing properties). Is not approved yet by the FDA (food and drug administration, US). Juvederm is a temporary filler and the effect can last from four to six months.

These facial injections are used to fill in medium to deep wrinkles such as:

  • Forehead
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Crow’s feet
  • Frown lines
  • To add volume to some parts of the face such as cheeks and lips

Juvederm is injected under the skin with a fine needle. Some type of anesthetic can be used to minimize discomfort. After the treatment the injected area can experience some redness, swelling, bruising, and itching. This should be temporary (few days), but consult your doctor if it last longer. The treatment can take up thirty minutes to perform, probably less and you can see the result immediately.

Juvederm filler doesn’t require a previous test, the risk of allergic reactions is very rare, but talk to your physician about safety and side effects of Juvederm. Because these injectable fillers are temporary, the hyaluronic acid will be gradually absorbed by the body, which means that you will have to go back for more treatments after four to six months to preserve the look.

Cost depends on several factors such as area-s treated, amount of filler used to complete the treatment, physician fees, country or region in which the treatment is taking place. You will normally have to pay per syringe.

 Perlane Cosmetic

Perlane anti-aging treatment is an injectable filler, non-animal origin, made of a purified form of hyaluronic acid (a substance that occurs naturally in the body and is highly moisturizing). Is not approved yet by the FDA (food and drug administration, US), but is safely used in many countries. Perlane is a  temporary filler and the effect can last up to six months.

It is used to fill in lines and wrinkles such as:

  • Smile lines
  • Crow’s feet
  • Frown lines
  • Lip lines
  • To give volume to the lips
  • To redefine the lip border
  • To reduce deep folds such as the nasolabial
  • To shape facial contours such as the chin and cheeks

Perlane is injected under the skin with a very fine needle, and some anesthetic may be used to diminish pain. The treatment can last up to one hour and you can see the result immediately. Perlane doesn’t require a previous test, so the treatment can be performed straight after consultation.

The risk of allergic reactions is very rare, but discusses all the pros and cons with your physician. Because Perlane is a temporary filler, although longer lasting than collagen, the hyaluronic acid will be gradually absorbed by the body, and you will have to go back for more injections after four to six months.

Cost depends on several factors such as area-s treated, amount of filler used to complete the treatment, physician fees, country or region in which the treatment is taking place. You will normally have to pay per syringe. Anti-aging research

 Restylane Treatment

Restylane is an injectable filler, non-animal origin, made of a purified form of hyaluronic acid (a substance that occurs naturally in the body and is highly moisturizing). Restylane injections are approved by the FDA (food and drug administration, US), and is safely used in many countries. Restylane is a temporary filler and the effect can last up to six months.  It is used to fill in lines and wrinkles.

Restylane is injected under the skin with a very fine needle, and some anesthetic may be used to diminish pain. The treatment can last up to one hour and you can see the result immediately. Restylane side effects- After the treatment you may experience some redness, swelling, bruising, itching.

This is normal and should be only temporary (from few hours to few days), but consult your doctor if it last longer. Restylane doesn’t require a previous test, so the treatment can be perform straight after the consultation.

The risk of allergic reactions is not common, but consults your doctor about possible allergic reactions and side effects. How long does Restylane last?-  Because Restylane is a temporary filler, although is longer lasting than collagen fillers, the hyaluronic acid will be gradually absorbed by the body, so you will have to go back every four to six months for more treatments.

Cost depends on several factors such as  area/s treated, amount of filler used to complete the treatment, physician fees, country or region in which the treatment is taking place.

You will normally have to pay per syringe. Perlane and Restylane are very similar injectable fillers, but the difference is that Perlane has a higher concentration of hyaluronic acid and is used more for deep wrinkles and folds. Perlane is also more expensive than Restylane.

Zyderm I, Zyderm II and Zyplast

These injectable fillers are of animal origin, derived from highly purified bovine collagen. These injectable fillers have been used for more than twenty years, and are approved by the FDA (food and drug administration, US).  The effect is temporary and can last from three to six months. Zyderm I, II and Zyplast are used to fill in fine lines and wrinkles such as:

  • Smile lines
  • Crow’s feet
  • Frown lines
  • To treat scars
  • And to enhance and give definition to the border lip

These injectable fillers are injected under the skin with a very fine needle, and contain anesthetic to minimize discomfort. You will experience some redness, swelling, bruising, and itching. This should be only temporary (few hours to few days), but consult your doctor if it last longer. It can take up to one hour to perform the treatment, and you can see the result immediately. Because these products are of animal origin a test should be performed few weeks prior treatment, just in case you suffer any allergic reaction.

Zyderm I, Zyderm II and Zyplast collagen are all temporary injectable fillers, so the collagen will be gradually absorbed by the body, and you will have to go back for more injections, maybe two or three times a year, if you want to keep the look. The safety and effectiveness of these injectable fillers have been proven, with research being done from 1976 to 1981, but as always consult your physician with any doubt.

Cost depends on several factors such as area-s treated, amount of filler used to complete the treatment, physician fees, country or region in which the treatment is taking place. You will normally have to pay per syringe, so the more you need the more you pay.

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