Products used to provide volume increase, mainly in specific areas of the face that, as a result of age and/or aging, present a decrease in the amount of adipose or fatty tissue.
The objective of this type of treatment is to eliminate or attenuate wrinkles – crow’s feet, dark circles, barcodes, reshaping the nose, conceal scars, round cheekbones, cheeks, or chin, increase the volume of the lips or reshape and restructure the face of the patient.
According to their origin, Fillers can be biological (organic origin) and non-biological (synthetic origin), and according to their duration, Fillers can be resorbable and non-absorbable.
Resorbable fillers are injectable fillers of temporary action, which have a limited duration ranging between 6 and 12 months, fortunately, nowadays some Fillers offer periods from 24 to 36 months. At Imagen Art, we have the ideal product according to your needs.
The most widely used and safest product in Aesthetic Medicine today as filling material is the Hyaluronic Acid.
Non-absorbable fillers are definitive fillers that over time form granulomas (lumps on the skin), and in some places they form strings of localized and deforming tumors. Non-absorbable fillers include methacrylate, archilamides, and polyalkylimides.
Liquid silicone, which is the most popular and economical, belongs to the group of inorganic compounds that are not absorbed and its use for aesthetic purposes should be prohibited in aesthetic medicine.
It is a substance that is found in numerous tissues and organs of our body, such as the connective tissue that supports the spine, cartilage, synovial fluid in the joints, or our epidermis. With the time, the presence of this substance decreases significantly, causing, among other, the aging of the skin and the appearance of wrinkles, sagging, or loss of firmness.
One of the main properties of hyaluronic acid is its great ability to attract and retain water. Consequently, its use in cosmetic treatments allows the epidermis to be deeply rehydrated. The application of hyaluronic acid in beauty and aesthetic treatments is due to the fact of its property to increase the volume and hydration of the skin, making it look much smoother and radiant.
The wrinkles and sagging of the skin, associated with age, are largely determined by the loss of hydration, by the reduction of hyaluronic acid in our skin and by the decrease in the capacity of our body to replace it.
In aesthetic medicine, this substance is injected according to the needs of each patient to correct the signs of aging. The most common areas in which it is applied are:
Inflammation or swelling