Dermal Filler in Malaysia
Safe, Effective & Long-Lasting Dermal Filler in Malaysia
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Face volume loss is a natural aspect of ageing and can result in static wrinkles, sagging skin, sunken under eyes, and flattening of different areas of your face. Dermal fillers address these concerns by supporting underlying structures, enhancing facial contours, and restoring volume to the face.
They also enable the normalisation of skin physiology by allowing oxygen, hormones, biochemical products, and growth factors to pass between the treated area, leading to renewed, vibrant, and plumper skin.
Dermal Filler Benefits
- Provide underlying support for the dermal structure
- Restore volume to the cheeks
- Contour the jawline
- Alter the shape of the nose or correct imperfections
- Correct fine lines and deeper wrinkles such as nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and even necklines
- Improve the appearance of shallow scars, including acne and surgical scars
- Reduce the volume loss and the formation of tired eyes, dark circles, and fine lines
Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers
Collagen Stimulator-Based Dermal Filler
Skin-Strengthening Bio-Stimulator Based
Dermal Filler - AestheFill
Before and After Dermal Fillers Injections
Dark Eye Circle
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Dermal fillers do not accelerate the ageing process. Rather, they work by filling in lines and wrinkles from within, resulting in a smoother and more youthful appearance.
In fact, dermal fillers, each with distinct characteristics such as plasticity, cohesivity, projection capacity, and elasticity, can produce predictably good results when strategically placed at different layers of the skin.
If you’re considering using dermal fillers to address signs of ageing, your mid-20s are a good time to begin. This is because the body starts to lose bone and collagen around the age of 26.
By starting early, you can also reduce the amount of product required instead of waiting until your mid-50s. Furthermore, you’ll maintain a natural, fresh appearance over the years rather than seeing a more dramatic change when you’re older.
The bottom line is this: there’s no such thing as ‘too early’ or ‘too late’ to start using dermal fillers. Every individual’s skin ages at a different rate, and getting these procedures done is not just about treating – it’s also about preventing signs of ageing and improving your facial features!
The longevity of dermal fillers depends on various factors, including the area of filler placement, the amount of filler used, the lifestyle of the patient, and their metabolic rate. Hence, dermal fillers actually last longer than we may have previously thought.