Are Dermal Fillers Safe?

by Chris Pawn Marketing
Have you ever heard of Dermal Fillers? For a person who had cosmetic surgery done would know this. But for the benefit of others, Dermal Fillers are temporary fillers that cosmetic, derma or plastic surgeons inject to your face to reduce wrinkles. Dermal Fillers are mostly composed of hyaluronic acids, collagens or biosynthetic polymers. In Singapore, cosmetic surgery is starting to be a trend. Dermal fillers Singapore has become one of the popular requests by people who want something done to their faces. For those who are interested the big question is, is it safe?

Yes it is. Dermal fillers are safe. The procedure is to fill the specific areas like wrinkles, deep creases and fine lines with either natural or synthetic fillers to improve the part of skin that has wrinkles or scars. Dermal fillers are also injected on the nose and lips to make them look tight and wrinkle-free. But don’t confuse dermal fillers with Botox. Botox is injected in the forehead or any part of the face to temporarily stop muscle movement that can result to wrinkles.

If performed right, result would be really good. But of course just because it is safe it doesn’t mean that it could have risks. It is important that a patient who wants to do this procedure should aware of the risks. Embolism is one risk. It is caused by injecting a foreign substance into a blood vessel causing blood clot which may result to scarring or nerve damage.

To avoid these risks, make sure that dermal fillers aren’t injected by non-physicians on higher risk regions like the eye area. Make sure that the surgeon whose injecting the dermal fillers to your face are core trained and has a vast experience in doing dermal filler procedures.

One of the good factors about Dermal Fillers is that it’s only temporary. Natural Dermal filler has a low risk of allergic reaction. Sure, results of the procedure would show but it would only last for about 3-24 months because hyaluronic acid will be absorbed by the body. People usually go back within a year or 2 to maintain the results.

Again, dermal fillers are safe. Yes it is better than Botox. A dermal filler procedure would cost around SGD $900-3000. Customers who undergo this treatment are very much happy with their newly rejuvenated look. It gave them a boost of confidence they never had before. 

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