Southwest Michigan Dermatology Portage, MI
Dermal Fillers at Southwest Michigan Dermatology Portage, MI
Dermal Fillers in Portage, MI
At Soutwest Michigan Dermatology, We Offer High Quality Dermal Fillers to Help You Achieve the Look You Desire. Call (269) 215-6616 or Book an Appointment Online.
Enjoy the youthful radiance that comes with a cosmetic fillers treatment at Southwest Michigan Dermatology in Portage! In this post, we go over five of the fillers we offer. To learn more you can click, here.
Juvederm uses a naturally occurring substance, hyaluronic acid, that adds volume and moisture to the skin on your face. Not only does Juvederm smooth away wrinkles and smile lines around the mouth, it was the first dermal filler to be FDA-approved as safe and effective for people of color.
When you’re young, collagen and hyaluronic acid are naturally abundant in your skin. Collagen is a protein that provides structural support to your skin and hyaluronic acid attracts water which gives your skin volume through hydration. NAMED Aesthetics is currently the only company offering combined collagen and hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers. Hylaform is used to restore skin volume, while Cosmoderm and Cosmoplast are used to restore your skin’s structure.
Radiesse is made of calcium-based microspheres that are suspended in a water-based gel. When injected they enhance your facial features and help you to look more youthful. Results are instant and can last up to a year in many cases!
Restylane uses hyaluronic acid, as well, and is the world’s most used and studied dermal filler. Restalyne restores contours to the skin by smoothing away facial wrinkles and folds like the lines from your nose to the corners of your mouth.
Over the course of a number of treatments, Sculptra Aesthetic, works to replace lost collagen over time making it the first facial injectible provides subtle results over time creating a more natural look. Sculptra corrects wrinkles and folds providing you with a more radiant and youthful appearance. Usually, about three injection sessions are required over a period of a few months and can last up to two years.