Dermal Fillers

Unlocking the Truth About Dermal Fillers and Setting Aside Common Myths

A dermal filler injection is a solution that rehydrates your skin and smooths away your wrinkles. There is more than one type of solution that can be injected under your skin, but the most commonly administered dermal filler consists of hyaluronic acid. The purpose of dermal fillers is to create a more youthful appearance and …

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How Fillers Can Help Eyes

Fillers may just be the perfect solution for minor imperfections – they are quick and easy, effective, long-lasting, and you don’t have to deal with the hassle and downtime that can come with other types of treatments. Read on for some information on how fillers can help that all-important area of the face – the eyes! What …

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Dermal Filler Facts

Have you been thinking about getting a dermal filler? You probably know that fillers are a nonsurgical way to correct minor flaws and make the skin look young and refreshed, but there are some things about fillers you may not know. Read on for some dermal filler facts!  Fillers can do more than correct wrinkles …

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