Types Of Dermal Fillers (Pros & Cons)

Dermal fillers. Here you’ll discover, Calcium Hydroxylapatite filler (pros & cons), Collagen filler (pros & cons), Juvederm Hyaluronic acid temporary filler (pros & cons), Sculptra Polylactic acid filler (pros & cons), Polyalkylimide filler (pros & cons), Bellafill PMMA filler (pros & cons).  Most of the fillers are temporary except for Bellafill which is the only permanent filler approved for use in the U.S.

Dermal Fillers – Calcium Hydroxylapatite (Pros & Cons)
Calcium Hydroxylapatite is temporary filler and the questions are how long does it last?  What is it used for?  What are the pros and cons?  Can it cause any serious reactions?  What are some of the side effects?  Is it safe for use on sensitive skin?  What makes this filler different from other injectables?  How safe is this treatment?  All these important questions answered by doctor here…Continue reading

Dermal Fillers – Collagen (Pros & Cons)
Collagen is temporary filler that are commonly used for lip augmentation.  Collagen can also be used to treat crow’s feet, wrinkles, and laugh lines.  Collagen fillers have been used by some facial plastic surgeons to treat nose jobs.  There’re different types of collagen injections and most are temporary filler that can last for two to four months…Continue reading 

Juvederm Hyaluronic Acid Temporary Filler (Pros & Cons)
One patient asked what are the pros and cons of Juvederm compared to other fillers and which is the fastest when it comes to seeing results?  Different doctors responded with different answers but most of them agreed Juvederm filler is safe and effective, and it looks and feels natural.  Most doctors also agreed Juvederm filler works great on the…(Link Removed)

Sculptra Polylactic Acid Filler (Pros & Cons)
Sculptra long-lasting filler made of a synthetic material called Polylactic acid is primarily use as a “volumizing agent” for plumping up tissue.  Sculptra is temporary filler that can last up to two years whereas other fillers generally last a year or less.  Sculptra treatment is a slow and gradual process that requires multiple treatments and months in the making…Continue reading

Dermal Fillers – Polyalkylimide (Pros & Cons)
Polyalkylimide semi-permanent filler are often used to treat deeper wrinkles and depressed scars.  It is also used to enhanced cheekbones and jawline, and to replace facial volume lost due to old age.  The manufacturers claimed Polyalkylimide filler have better integration with living tissues and simple to remove…Continue reading
There’s also report that Polyalkylimide filler may cause delayed side effects…Continue reading

Bellafill PMMA Filler (Pros & Cons)
Bellafill long-lasting filler consists of synthetic microspheres of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA).  Bellafill is best used for smile lines and not recommended for thinner skin areas such as crow’s feet around the eyes.  Bellafill is permanent filler that cannot be absorbed by the body and it can only be removed surgically.  There’re number of side effects that may include…Continue reading

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