How Long Do Dermal Fillers Last?

How Long Do Dermal Fillers Last | Beauty Restored Aesthetics

 

Over-the-counter cosmetic products won’t cut when it comes to lessening signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines. There’s no way for skincare products to address aging without getting through the skin’s outer layers. That’s why more people are turning to dermal fillers as a solution. Aging is a natural process, and it’s natural that your body’s bodily functions in certain areas also decline, including collagen production. We then develop fine lines, wrinkles, saggy skin, and other signs of aging. While aging is inevitable, there is something you can do about it. Dermal fillers are cosmetic treatments that effectively address signs of aging by penetrating deep into the skin and stimulating collagen regrowth and restructure. Since the solution goes deep into the skin, it effectively restores and rejuvenates the outer skin layers, giving you a youthful and vibrant look. All of the features, without undergoing surgery. That’s right, as simple as an injection, and you can address signs of aging all without incisions! 

How Long Will It Take For Dermal Fillers To Work?

Derma fillers bring in a formula that stimulates collagen production deep in the skin’s layers. Restoring your collagen is a natural process, and so it will take time, but most patients notice the results in two or more weeks. Once the treatment is applied, you will notice that your face becomes noticeably plumper, similar to inflating a balloon with air. However, the effect isn’t in effect yet, so the skin deflates and resumes its previous state after a while. It deflates as if you didn’t have the treatment yet, but fear not, it will inevitably work. But once the collagen production increases for the next couple of weeks, the skin gradually becomes plumps, firm, and healthier. The signs of aging that frequently troubled you will slowly fade away. 

How Long Do Dermal Fillers Last?

Now that they have taken effect, how long do dermal fillers last? The answer depends on what dermal filler you are currently using. Some dermal fillers can last only a few months, while others can take years. Most dermal fillers have hyaluronic acid as part of their formula, and this acid is the one responsible for stimulating collagen growth, which we will discuss more later. As a general rule, the more there is to this acid, the more volume you can expect and the longer it will last.

Here is a list of dermal filler brands and how long each one of them will last:

  • Juvederm XC 700: This treatment can last for up to two years. 
  • Juvederm Ultra XC 600: Can last up to one year with optimal treatment.
  • Juvederm Volbella 600: This can also last for one year, but it can be extended by adding touch-ups. 
  • REVANESSE Lips + 550: This treatment is used on the lips, and one treatment can last until six months. Repeating the treatment can safely extend and maintain the results.
  • Restalyne Kysse 650: Once applied, the treatment can last anywhere for one to three years. 
  • Restalyne Lyft. 700: For first-time patients, the treatment may last up to six months. 

It can be somewhat confusing which one of these dermal fillers suits your needs. To choose which ones are the best, you need to set up an appointment with a cosmetic practitioner. They can effectively help you identify your needs and wants. 

How Do Dermal Fillers Work?

Dermal fillers frequently tout that they solve aging by stimulating collagen production, but how does it work? Why do dermal fillers always emphasize stimulating collagen growth? The collagen protein is one of the most prominent proteins in your body. It exists in the skin, bones, ligaments, tendons, and hair. However, it acts as its support structure in your skin, keeping it healthy, firm, and plump. Collagen acts similar to scaffolding, keeping skin structure upright and firm. So what happens when there isn’t enough scaffolding? The layers above it crumble, but since the skin is flexible, it develops creases, which you identify as signs of aging. That’s why hyaluronic acid comes in. Dermal fillers, almost all of them at least, have hyaluronic acid, and this acid is responsible for stimulating collagen growth. The more hyaluronic acid you have, the more collagen production is possible. 

What Does The Treatment Involve?

You can expect the subsequent steps when seeking a dermal filler treatment.

Consultation And Setting Up Appointment

Seeking an appointment and finding the right provider is the first thing you should do. Make sure to check reviews and before and after photos of previous clients. When it comes to handling your body, there is no such thing as being too careful. Do not hesitate to be picky, and it’s always better to be safe than sorry. During your consultation, your doctor or provider will discuss what you can expect in the treatment. You can share your cosmetic goals with them; also, ask questions when you have one. They might also seek your medical history to check if you have any allergies or any medications you have that might affect the treatment. 

Treatment

Once all the details are sorted out, your provider will set up a date on when you can start your treatment. Your provider will cleanse the areas that need work and then apply some topical anesthesia to start the treatment. The anesthesia will take around 30 minutes to take effect. After that, they will use needles to inject the dermal filler formula into the skin areas discussed in the consultation. It’s that simple, they apply anesthesia and then use the dermal filler. The anesthesia takes 30 minutes, and then dermal filler treatment takes 20 minutes or more to apply them all. In total, you will be in the office for just about less than an hour or more! There may be a few more treatments spaced between six to eight weeks to enhance the results. But that depends on your goals. You may need more or not. 

Find The Best Provider!

To get the most out of the dermal filler treatment, you need to find a suitable provider for you. If you need one, be sure to check out Beauty Restores Aesthetics, they offer services that can be specifically curated to fit the patient’s goals. 

 

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