Resorbable fillers in aesthetic medicine: hyaluronic acid

Written by: Dr. Ernesto Pérez Hernández
Edited by: Top Doctors®

Resorbable fillers are one of the star treatment in the so called Aesthetic Medicine. Thus, there are several types, some are absorbable and others are definitive. However, the current trend is to use resorbable materials, both for safety and for compatibility. These materials can recover the volume to be lost over the years, or increase the volume in areas of the body you want.

Of these compounds, the best known is hyaluronic acid, which also incorporates a hydrator effect. In turn, other materials such as calcium hydroxyapatite, polycaprolactone or polylactic acid, which increase the volume of help collagen formation, thereby enhancing the lack of tension on the skin.


Areas to be treated with hyaluronic acid and other fillers


Fillers are used for various areas of the body, both body regions as facial. For example, facing lip augmentation or puffiness is always used hyaluronic acid. When it is desired to treat the nasolabial fold or enlarge the cheeks, also hyaluronic acid can be used the materials discussed above. Thus, the most important thing is that the materials mentioned are good quality products and authorized, and that the aesthetic medicine specialist that has experience administering and good aesthetic judgment.



And treatment effects of hyaluronic acid

The method of injecting fillers is a fast treatment whose duration does not usually exceed the average hour- and normally does not require anesthesia. Once the procedure done, the patient can incorporate into your normal life with no side effects, except for some slight mark that sometimes appears and disappears in a few days.

The results are excellent, providing quality materials used in the right amount.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

By Dr. Ernesto Pérez Hernández
Aesthetic Medicine

Dr. Pérez Hernández is a specialist in Aesthetic Medicine and an expert in the application of botulinum toxin, polylactic acid, hyaluronic acid and calcium hydroxyapatite; in applying permanent filling in biostimulation with platelet rich plasma in the laser IPL Rejuvenation type in peelings, and tensioning threads, among others.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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