Comparison of Dermal Wrinkle Fillers & Injectables in Winston-Salem, NC
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As the face ages, it slowly loses volume and unsightly wrinkles and lines begin to form. We use injectable fillers to gently give volume to these depressions leaving an extremely natural result.
The temporary, short-acting fillers are made of natural products such as collagen or hyaluronic acid that is quickly absorbed by the body. The new long-acting, semi-permanent fillers mostly rely on synthetic materials for that extra durability. Each product has a different "location" preference and duration. Some are best used in deep wrinkles, some in shallow lines, and some for plumping or restoring volume. We will help you choose the FDA approved wrinkle filler that will work best for your needs.
(last 6-12 months)
(last 18-24+ months)
(last 2 years+)
Dermal fillers can be used to revolumize areas of the face that have lost volume or to non-surgically change the shape of the face. Common areas for treatment with dermal fillers include lips, cheeks, tear troughs, chin, nose, brows, nasolabial folds, mouth corners, and wrinkles (static wrinkles). Treatment with dermal fillers involves first numbing the area to be treated, and then injecting the filler. Dermal fillers are a safe and effective method to non-surgically shape, volumize, lift and rejuvenate the face.
At Carolina Laser and Cosmetic Center, Who Performs Injections?
Dermal fillers and injections are an art and require great finesse to achieve the best results and a natural look, so at our Winston-Salem location only Dr. Anne White injects dermal fillers, NOT A PA OR A NURSE.
Our patients appreciate that they have a top-trained and experienced Cosmetic Surgeon injecting them in order to produce the best results possible. Using her keen eye for detail and her passion for artistry, Dr. White expertly injects her patients, producing top results every time. She is known as a leader in injection techniques. Companies such as Allergan and Galderma, which manufacture and distribute injectable fillers to cosmetic clinics in the United States, regularly request that Dr. White provide progress and development training for other medical professionals.