Over the past several years, with the rise in popularity of neuromodulators and dermal fillers, we have studied the aging face more than ever before and have begun to realize that maintaining and restoring a youthful face is best accomplished by restoring volume into the areas that have experienced volume loss and by relaxing and smoothing the overactive muscles that contribute to the appearance of aging.
By restoring volume with soft tissue fillers, we are able to subtly and naturally correct the overall dimensions of the face, restoring its natural contours. Common places for filler placement are the temples, cheeks, under eye area, smile lines, lower face, and lips. In most patients, a combination approach using strategic placement of both fillers and neuromodulators (Botox or Dysport) allows for the most pleasing result. It’s not about smoothing away a particular wrinkle anymore, but rather recreating the symmetry and balance of a youthful face—hence the terms “facial contouring” or “reflation.”
Combining different fillers allows us to best utilize the individual characteristics of each particular filling product and expertise in placement of the products can achieve impressive outcomes.
We use a lot of different agents in our practice and rely on the Juvederm, Restylane, and RHA family of products, as well as Sculptra and Radiesse; the neuromodulators are equally important in non-surgical facial rejuvenation and complement the fillers by relaxing the muscles, allowing for a soft, smooth complexion.
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