Belotero to Introduce People to Injectable Dermal Fillers

In the past, when you noticed fine lines and wrinkles starting to form, you had to wait to have them corrected. That is no longer the case. With the approval of new injectable dermal fillers, like Belotero, people can fix even the faintest, smallest, and finest lines and wrinkles.

What is an Injectable Dermal Filler?

Injectable dermal fillers are specialized products that are uniquely designed to reverse the visible signs of aging. These fillers are made with a component known as hyaluronic acid. The hyaluronic acid is injected into the soft tissue. Once injected, it plumps up or hardens. This smooths out and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Why Should First Timers Consider Belotero Over Other Injectable Dermal Fillers?

People who are just starting to explore their options for how to reduce fine lines and wrinkles may want to consider Belotero. This particular injectable dermal filler is often called the "starter filler" because it is the best option for people who have never underwent aesthetic services at a vein clinic before.

There are a number of reasons why this starter filler is considered the best option for people who are undergoing their first injectable dermal filler treatment. Those reasons include:

Results with this starter filler are often more subtle than other fillers, which makes it a great option for very fine or faint lines and wrinkles

  • Minimal side effects are associated with the use of this starter filler
  • Final results with this starter filler don't appear puffy or lumpy, which can happen with the use of other fillers like Juvaderm
  • No blueish tint appears after the use of this starter filler

Who is a Good Candidate for Starter Dermal Filler Injections?

This starter dermal filler has successfully shown dramatic improvements in individuals of all ages, skin types, and skin tones, especially when it is used to treat specific conditions or imperfections. People saw the most improvement with this starter filler when they treated the following problems:

  • Smooth, fine lines
  • Smooth folds around the lips and eyes
  • Minor skin depressions
  • Dimpled areas that formed as a result of fat loss

Due to the fact this starter filler produces more subtle results, it is often not recommended for anyone who is trying to treat deeper wrinkles or lines. People who want to treat those may see better results with other injectable fillers and treatments, such as Juvederm or Botox.

If you are considering undergoing dermal filler treatment and you live in the New Jersey area, call to schedule an appointment with Dr. Charles Dietzek at the Vein and Vascular Institute of New Jersey. Dr. Dietzek can explore your options and help you determine if Belotero will give you the results you want or if another dermal filler might work better for you. Call us today to schedule an appointment.

 


Category: Aesthetic Procedures


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