Humanity has defeated many of our oldest enemies in recent years. Diseases have been wiped out, fertilisers have been developed that can boost crop yields many times over, and now we’re on the way to keeping a fresh-faced visage throughout life. For those of us that are beginning to show the paths we’ve chosen throughout life on our faces, dermal fillers Glasgow are now available to sketch out a different map. This map shows a route to something we’re all looking for: youthful vitality.
Cosmetic treatments have come on leaps and bounds in the last few decades. Advancements in biomedical sciences have yielded some particularly impressive results. This has allowed for far more effective, efficient, and cheaper treatments to be available to a wider audience. Dermal fillers Glasgow are one such treatment.
The term “dermal fillers” refers to substance – either synthetic or naturally derived – that are injected under areas of the skin to “plump up” the areas in question so that any wrinkles, depressions, or folds are removed by stretching of the skin. Results can vary depending on the dermal filler Glasgow used and the patient in question, but the time range for non-permanent fillers is between 3 months and 2 years.
Naturally-derived fillers refer to any kind of dermal fillers that come from a natural source. They can be more attractive to potential patients as they are less likely to have adverse reactions to naturally-derived fillers. This is not to say, however, that no reaction whatsoever is possible; just like synthetic dermal fillers, allergic reactions are possible. Natural dermal fillers subside over time, with around 2 years being the maximum length of time for treatment length. As a result, many natural dermal fillers Glasgow users get another injection within the year to keep the results up.
Synthetic fillers refer to any kind of filler substance that has been man made. Synthetic fillers are considered either semi-permanent or permanent, as technically they do not subside. Wrinkling will still happen through the natural aging of the skin, as well as any damage incurred from sun or wind damage. Top ups may be required after some time if the aging or damage is significant enough. The downside to synthetic fillers is that as they are permanent, so are any reactions a patient may have to them, making them more difficult to rectify.
After all is said and done, the main issue surrounding dermal fillers is one of longevity. Following this is the risk of migration and lumping (the movement of the filler causing gatherings in areas). Ultimately, however, the risks are managed or manufactured by the skill of the doctor undertaking the treatment. A good doctor will place the right amount of dermal filler Glasgow in the right place, mitigating potential issues.
Regardless of whether it is naturally-derived or synthetic dermal fillers used, there is a learning curve (as with any skilled technique) to the injection of dermal fillers; which filler to use, how much, and where to place it. As a consequence, you will want to find a doctor who has been injecting dermal fillers for some time to ensure that you receive the best possible treatment available.
As with everything if life, we all want the best. With regards to dermal fillers Glasgow, however, there is no “best”, just whichever is most appropriate for the treatment and patient at hand. All of them have risks, albeit rare ones. Much of how the treatment pans out depends on the doctor’s skill, chosen area, your facial needs, and risk tolerance. It has very little to do with results as shown on TV.
It’s important to realise that over the last few decades, many of the dermal fillers advertised have been discontinued for a variety of reasons. Getting the front page doesn’t always make for long-lasting, beautiful results. As with any cosmetic, medical, or dental procedure, make sure you are in the hands of a qualified, accredited professional and receive consultation before undergoing treatment.