Facial and dermal fillers can soften facial creases and wrinkles and restore the youthful fullness to the face, add plump up lips, fill-in scars, sunken cheeks and skin depressions. In fact, dermal fillers have been called “liquid facelifts” because they offer many of the benefits of a surgical facelift without the downtime.
Although they are not effective in dealing with excess sagging skin, these soft tissue fillers help to add more volume and provide immediate results at a lower cost than surgery. These treatment aren’t permanent however, and they must be repeated and maintained.
Some dermal fillers are used in conjunction with other skin rejuvenation treatments such as injections of Botox. Your medical practitioner will assess your needs and recommend one or a combination of treatments to achieve your desired results.
Dr Kiran Dhar has one of the busiest filler practices in India because she has a keen aesthetic eye thereby delivering very natural looking results. She keeps innovating with new techniques and has practiced the art of doing fillers with minimal downtime and little bruising. She believes in “less is more” in aesthetics. There has been a tremendous evolution in terms of what is now possible with fillers!
With increasing age the shape of the face changes from a V to an A which means there is squaring of the face due to loss of volume and bony changes. By adding fillers to few specific areas of the face called magic points or light reflecting zones starting from the temple to the chin and jawline, we are able to create symmetry and harmony and give a definition to the face and contouring it.