Dermal Fillers Phoenix- Also Serving Scottsdale, Chandler and Gilbert
Cosmetic facial fillers are a less invasive option for smoothing wrinkles and adding a plump contour to the face. As an alternative to more permanent plastic surgeries, fillers are designed to immediately restore volume lost while aging and stimulate the body to produce its own natural collagen giving a younger, more youthful appearance.
These cosmetic injectables can be used in many areas including the face- lips, cheeks, under-eyes- even hands. Each filler is unique and works best on different areas of the body. Explore the dermal fillers Phoenix options.
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Types of Fillers
We use Botox to treat a number of cosmetic issues. For cosmetic purposes it can be used to treat severe brow furrowing, uncontrolled blinking, lazy eye, wrinkles and facial creases. Understand botox procedures use only a small amount of Botox to relax or weaken the muscle control in these areas producing a much more relaxed and youthful appearance without plastic surgery.
We use Juvederm as a cosmetic facial filler. It is often used to soften the deep folds around the mouth to which many refer as “smile lines” and to reduce wrinkles around the face. It is also used for lip augmentation, plumping sagging hands and lifting cheeks. With Juvederm you can appear younger without plastic surgery.
We use Radiesse as a volumizing Filler. We like this filler because it has the unique ability to both immediately restore lost volume and stimulate the body to produce its own natural collagen for long-lasting results. It is often used to restore fullness to the nasolabial folds (around the mouth), the cheeks and jawline. This is an alternative to the move invasive procedures of plastic surgery.
We use Restylane products to smooth away wrinkles, enhance facial contours, create fuller lips and rejuvenate skin. Though this is not a permanent solution it is a safe and effective alternative to plastic surgery.
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