1. What does it involve? Soft tissue filler is injected to enhance soft tissue volume, recontour the face, diminish wrinkles, fill in depressed areas as well as cellulite dimples. These can be temporary Hyalouronic acid-based injections, or longer-lasting with microscopic particles that stimulate collagen deeper in the skin.
2. How much time is taken? Approx 10 to 20 minutes
3. Does it need Anaesthesia ? Local Anaesthesia
4. How much is recovery time? 7 to 10 day
5. What are risks involved? Temporary bruising, swelling and possible infection. Semi permanent and permanent fillers may migrate or cause lumpiness in some rare cases.
6. How long the results last? Temporary fillers last from three to six months or more; semi-permanent fillers last two years to more. Permanent fillers are permanent.
7. What else I need to know? Temporary fillers are considered safer than the permanent ones.

Fillers Injection

Injectable Wrinkle Fillers , which are also known as “dermal fillers” and “facial filler ,” are temporary to long-lasting solutions administered through a few tiny injections on specific areas of the face..


HA-based facial fillers are injected using an ultra-fine needle into the surface layer of the skin to provide volume where the body’s own hyaluronic acid has decreased. They join forces with the body’s own HA to instantly create volume. They are used most often for the lines between the eyes (often in combination with Botox), laugh lines, “marionette” lines around the mouth, as well as to fill in acne scars, tear troughs and to augment the lips





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