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Injectable Fillers & Their Types

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injectable fillers

Injectable fillers refer to the soft tissue filler. The specific material is injected into the skin to reduce wrinkles and providing you rejuvenated appearance. The effects of these fillers remain for a specific time period and you need to get them again to maintain the results.

Types of Fillers

  • juvederm
  • botox
  • dermal fillers
  • Volift Fillers
  • Voluma Filler
  • Volbella Filler
  • Volite Fillers
  • Restylane

The Following face areas for Filler Injection!

  • Temporal hollows
  • Cheek
  • Submalar
  • Nose
  • Naso-labial folds
  • Marionette lines
  • Mental crease and chin
  • Oral commissure
  • Jaw line

 

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