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Nonsurgical Solutions: What Are Dermal Fillers? The Complete Guide

 Lotus is your local premium and bespoke clinic that focuses on skin health and wellness to empower people to look and feel their best.

 

One way we do this is by using dermal fillers.

 

Nonsurgical solutions like Restylane, a dermal filler that helps add volume, lift and contour cheeks, smooth lines, and plump lips. At Lotus, we use premium dermal fillers such as Restylane and Juvéderm to add volume to different areas of the face and achieve the result you’re looking for. 


Syringe of filler near face and lips
Fillers are used to add volume, lift, and hydrate

 

 Some of the top reasons we use these products include:

  • Restylane and Juvéderm fillers are FDA-approved treatments to temporarily reverse signs of aging by adding subtle volume to facial wrinkles and folds and restoring a smoother appearance to the face in adults.  

  • Your treatment can be completed as little as one hour with minimal downtime  

  • Your results will appear almost instantly and can last a year or more depending on the filler and area injected

  • You’ll achieve predictable, subtle results so you look like you, but with smoother and more voluminous features  

  • With our Renew Package at Lotus, you'll achieve volume in the 4 areas we need most as we tackle anti-aging: cheeks, chin and lips PLUS Botox to the 3 areas we see lines and wrinkles most: forehead, between the eyebrows, and the crow's feet!

What’s the Difference Between Dermal Fillers and Botox?


If you're unfamiliar with the variety of aesthetic treatments available, you might wonder about the difference between dermal fillers and Botox. While these two treatments have some similarities, they are fundamentally quite different.


Both Botox and dermal fillers are minimally invasive procedures designed to address wrinkles, but they work in different ways and on different types of lines. Botox is effective for treating wrinkles caused by muscle movement, such as 'crow's feet' around the eyes and horizontal forehead lines. These lines result from actions like squinting or frowning. Botox is not effective for 'static wrinkles,' which are caused by a loss of plumpness and sagging skin, such as 'smile lines' (nasolabial folds).


Botox and dermal fillers function differently. Botox uses botulinum toxin to block nerve signals in muscles when injected into specific areas. This 'freezes' the muscle, reducing or softening wrinkles by preventing muscle movement in the targeted area.  

Ready to achieve results like these? This patient had the Renew Package with dermal fillers giving volume to the cheeks, chin, and lips. Book your appointment to determine if you're a candidate!


We know fillers can be intimidating, but we’re here to answer any questions or concerns you may have! Please call us anytime at 440-836-3505.

 


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