One of the most sought-out treatments in medical aesthetics is the lip enhancement. Lip fillers are helpful for balancing the smile and symmetry of the face. Even a small amount can go a long way.
For deeper, static wrinkles (ones not caused by muscle movement), dermal fillers are recommended to re-volumize and rejuvenate the affected areas. Target areas include smile and frown lines, hands, nasolabial folds, and the neck.
Fillers have become a popular treatment for facial asymmetry. The most common use being lip enhancements, fillers can also be used to balance out the cheeks, jawline, and nose (also known as a non-surgical nose job).
Under Eye Hollows and Bags
Fillers can be used to add volume to hollows or bags that form under the eyes, reducing the appearance of tiredness or skin discolouration. Hyaluronic acid fillers are highly recommended for under-eye treatments due to their malleable nature, making it easy to customize them to fit the unique space under the eyes.
A more cosmetic use for fillers is for facial contouring. Rather than restore volume, it can be used to add more volume, for example, in the cheeks, to enhance certain facial features.