Where does dermal fillers fit into your regime?

| Jul 31, 2015

The changing face of Aesthetic Medicine

fillersSo much has changed in the last 10 years. In 2005 Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Dermal Fillers burst onto the scene, replacing collagen as a safer and more effective treatment to improve the fashionable pout. Once the pout craze faded, dermal filler and Botulinum toxin treatments put anti-ageing medicine on the map and this domination has lasted ever since… but how long with it remain this way?

Dermal fillers, as we know offer multiple treatment options:

  • Wrinkle reductions
  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Lip augmentation
  • Cheek augmentation to reshape the face

Nose and jawline augmentation is also possible using dermal fillers and similarly many individuals looked to HA dermal fillers to add cushioning to prevent stiletto pain in the feet. Dermal Fillers really are the do-it-all treatment of choice. So how can we even consider them being knocked from their perch on the aesthetic medicine food chain. The reality is that we cannot, but the use of HA dermal fillers is certainly changing.

The pedestal

Global trends put HA dermal fillers as the most request treatment in the world today but at SAI both Dr Clark and Dr Marks are noticing a significant trend – and that is HA dermal fillers are fast becoming the final touch treatment to perfect results.

As more and more treatment options become available the team at SAI are discovering new and effective treatment options to treat specific indications. I.e. the Vampire Facial is a fantastic skin rejuvenation treatment option, and when combined with dermal fillers further reduces visible years from your skin age and prolongs the results.

Being such a versatile treatment option, dermal fillers fill a significant void within aesthetic medicine: they compliment each and every single treatment. This means that regardless of your treatment protocol you will always improve your final result by including dermal fillers into your thinking.

The genius lies in the science of Hyaluronic Acid. HA is a naturally occurring polysaccharide with a role of attracting and maintaining moisture in the skin. As we age, we lose natural HA in the skin and this leads to dry and dehydrated skin that hastens the visible ageing process. Imagine now using the latest skin rejuvenation techniques and then replacing lost HA molecules within the skin. You benefit from specific skin rejuvenation science complemented by youthful levels of HA in the treatment area.

Even better news is that HA is tried, tested, studied and predictable, which means near perfect results when working with a qualified team as at SAI.

Both Dr Marks & Dr Clark will discuss how dermal fillers will benefit your existing anti-ageing regime during your next consultation. Of course the option still exists to treat with dermal fillers exclusively but in combination you may achieve an even greater result. Book your appointment at SAI today: 011 883 3116 (Sandton) or 012 460 7047 (Waterkloof) to find out your exact skin needs, treatment details and how to reverse all those visible signs of ageing.

Category: Whats New

Comments are closed.

Pin It on Pinterest