How Can Dermal Filler in Toronto Make You Look Youthful and Vibrant?
Although fine lines and wrinkles naturally develop as we age, most of us are eager to find ways to slow down the aging process.
Luckily, a number of options are now available for individuals who hope to turn back the hands of time by achieving a more youthful, vibrant appearance, including anti-aging products, fillers, and surgery. Dermal filler has quickly become one of the most frequently requested procedures among patients visiting cosmetic surgeons due to its ability to plump the skin, smooth wrinkles, and correct volume loss in the face. If you are interested in dermal filler in Toronto, it is important to be aware that the best filler for you will depend on your goals for the procedure.
Improving the Shape of the Face
Restylane and Most Types of Juvéderm
Restylane and most types of Juvéderm are designed to restore volume and add shape or dimension to the face. In addition to the development of wrinkles, over time many people begin to notice undesirable changes to the shape of their face as a result of collagen loss. Both Restylane and Juvéderm are hyaluronic acid-based fillers that work to fill in fine lines and wrinkles while simultaneously adding volume to the face, improving its shape. To achieve this goal, Dr. Torgerson, a leading plastic surgeon, injects these dermal fillers into the inner dermis layer, which stimulates the skin cells, increasing their density and providing hydration. As a result, shadows, fine lines, and wrinkles are filled in, enabling patients to achieve a more youthful appearance.
This collagen-based filler plumps the skin to stimulate the body’s natural production of collagen. Radiesse, which is a gel comprised of tiny calcium-based microspheres, is engineered from animal DNA and is absorbed into the body, causing collagen to naturally restore the skin’s volume. Radiesse is a popular choice among patients who hope to treat moderate to severe facial wrinkles and facial folds around the mouth and nose. It can also be used to restore volume to the back of the hands. The results typically last up to one year.
Enhancing the Patient’s Complexion
Sculptra is a synthetic filler that is comprised of poly-L-lactic acid, a biocompatible and biodegradable product. A series of injections are required, as this procedure works to gradually penetrate the deepest layer of the skin, stimulating collagen production. Over time, deep lines, wrinkles, and facial folds are filled in and sallowness is reduced, which greatly enhances the patient’s complexion and results in a more vibrant appearance. Although it does not provide instant results, the outcome can last up to 2 years.
This Toronto dermal filler works to restore volume to areas such as the cheeks and chin, which often begin to sag with age or weight loss. Its unique cross-linked hyaluronic acid gel formulation enables it to enter smoothly beneath the skin, providing a greater contour to the chin or adding volume to the cheeks.
Dermal fillers in Toronto can help you restore volume to your face, making you look more youthful and vibrant. However, it is important to be aware that doing so will change your appearance. To achieve the most natural results possible, it is crucial to entrust a qualified and skilled plastic surgeon in Toronto. Dr. Torgerson’s experience and expertise coupled with his keen aesthetic eye will ensure that you achieve the beautiful, subtle results you desire.
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