When it comes to looking more rejuvenated and youthful, dermal fillers can be real game changers. These fillers typically contain hyaluronic acid, a natural compound that’s renowned for plumping skin, smoothing away wrinkles, and helping hydrate the skin for an irresistably dewy appearance.

Want to learn more? Take a look at our definitive list of how dermal fillers enhance your facial beauty!

1. They duplicate youthful facial contours.

One of the biggest benefits of dermal fillers is that they help highlight facial contours that you naturally had in your youth. For example, dermal fillers can help add volume to the mid-facial region, thus bringing back those apple cheeks.

2. They fill in deep folds.

Dermal fillers work by focusing on adding volume as opposed to smoothing away surface-level lines and wrinkles. That means if you have deep folds around your mouth, nose, and other areas, dermal fillers can fill in those folds and help create a smoother facial appearance. Juvederm and Restylane are great examples of a dermal filler that can fill in those deep folds; additionally, it contains smaller collagen particles, which helps to kickstart your own natural collagen production.

3. They volumize thinning lips.

Some dermal fillers have been developed to volumize thinning, aging lips (such as Radiesse). If you have smoker’s lines or just want a plumper pout, dermal fillers can help smooth away wrinkles while giving you a selfie-ready smile. Sculptra is a great option for those who want to restore volume in hollowed out areas such as cheeks and temples.

4. They add lots of hydration.

A lot of clients notice that dermal fillers make their skin and lips look a lot dewier. That’s because hyaluronic acid attracts water molecules, leading to more hydrated skin that looks refreshed and rejuvenated.

Take the Next Step

Want to learn more about how dermal fillers can help enhance your face? Schedule a consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scott A. Greenberg at Winter Park Plastic Surgery & Laser Center in Winter Park, FL (serving the Central Florida area). (407) 499-8603