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Dermal fillers and Botox treatments are injectable products that reduce the appearance of wrinkles, especially facial wrinkles. These painless outpatient procedures do not require sutures, scarring or anesthesia. Both are temporary solutions that require additional treatment to maintain their effects in the long term. That, however, is where the similarities end.
The most significant difference between Botox and dermal fillers is their primary function. As their name suggests, dermal fillers work by reversing volume loss and stimulating collagen production to fill the target area. They can act as lip fillers, provide cheek contour or reduce wrinkles and fine lines. Botox works quite differently from dermal fillers. Instead of filling in wrinkles, Botox injections block nerve signals that cause muscles to contract, preventing them from moving and deepening fine lines and wrinkles in the face. Botox is also FDA-approved to treat migraines, excessive sweating, unwanted muscle spasms and other conditions.
While Botox and dermal fillers are excellent anti-aging products, they are both ideal for tackling different types of wrinkles. Botox is best for treating dynamic wrinkles, or those formed by repetitive facial expressions such as squinting, smiling or frowning. Dermal filler treatment, by contrast, is a way to address wrinkles and fine lines caused by a loss of elasticity in the skin, especially in the mouth and mid-face. Fillers are also excellent for adding volume and contour to areas such as the lips, cheeks and lacrimal furrows.
Botox and dermal fillers will have a temporary effect. Botox wears off in three to six months, while dermal fillings last from four to two months, depending on how quickly your body absorbs the substance and the ingredients used.
Botox® is injected with a fine needle into the muscles which causes fine lines and wrinkles in your face.
Injectables with botuline toxine will help your facial muscles to relax, so that fine lines and wrinkles will get less visible when contracting your facial muscles.
Botox® is injected in the frown lines, forehead lines, crow’s feet and may also help to reduce excessive sweating, headaches, gummy smile, marionette lines / corners of the mouth, bunny lines and teeth grinding (bruxism).
At Dermax, we use hyaluronic acid filling agent to fill wrinkles, reshape the volume of lips, increase the volume of your cheeks, fill the sunken temples, and improve the jaw contour in a natural way.Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance. In your body, it keeps your skin soft and elastic. Our body produces hyaluronic acid, but this process will gradually decrease, which is why our skin becomes loose and you will get wrinkles.The volume loss of hyaluronic acid injection can be recovered. Fillers can fill frown lines, nose and lip lines and plump lips.
The results of the effect of the filler will be maintained for 8 to 12 months. Over time, our body will consume the injected filler. This process varies from person to person and from treatment site.The filler was injected with a fine needle. Because of the anesthetic effect, these injections are not painful. For lip augmentation surgery, it is recommended to use ointment containing local anesthetic half an hour before treatment..
The results of the filling agent injection will be immediately visible. Due to the effect of narcotic substances, swelling may occur in the first three days after treatment.
|Purpose||Paralyzing facial muscles||Fill in volume loss|
|Preventive / Curative||To prevent from wrinkles||To treat deep wrinkles or volume loss|
|Duration of treatment||About 15 minutes||15 to 30 minutes|
|Active as from||Active as from 3 days and optimum result after 2 weeks||Immediately visible|
|Duration result||Result lasts 3 to 5 months||Result lasts 8 to 12 months|
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