Each volumizing agent has its own set of characteristics that make it the right choice depending on what you are looking to tackle, how long you want the results to last and what you are willing to endure (in terms of downtime and recovery). “It’s all about using the right ones in the right areas of the face on the right patients,” says New York plastic surgeon Alan Matarasso, MD.
If you have a wasting away of the cheeks or are a hard-core exerciser and have gauntness in the cheeks and chin area, fillers such as Sculptra Aesthetic, Juvederm Voluma, or Radiesse may be better since they provide more of a filling effect.
The Quick Fix: Fillers and Injectables
Depending on the degree of deflation in your face and how much sagging skin you have, your plastic surgeon can inject hyaluronic acid fillers or collagen-stimulating injectables to reinstate deficient areas. “Picking which filler to put where has a lot to do with the way the product flows through the syringe and into the area. For smaller spaces, you want something more viscous, but larger areas like the jaw and cheek require filler to be placed deeper, which is why Radiesse, Sculptra Aesthetic and Juvéderm Voluma XC work well,” says Dr. Matarasso. If extra skin is a problem, they can cause a doughy or pillowy look.
Dr. Olson will take the necessary time to assess your desires, decide on the most appropriate treatment plan for you, and then see you through the entire process of aesthetic improvement. Call the office nearest you and arrange your plan for a more natural healthy look.
Taken from New Beauty Article "Problem: Volume Loss, Solution: These Fixes"
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