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Debunking Myths About Dermal Fillers
Have you ever looked in the mirror and noticed that wrinkles and drooping skin had suddenly started appearing? This does not occur overnight, but rather it is a result of ageing and a lack of attention. This occurs as the chemicals responsible for skin tightening and moisturising begin to decline over time. This is where injectable fillers come in to help restore the youthful appearance of these diminished agents. This makes your face look fuller and adds a glow. But there are many misconceptions about dermal fillers that make people scared of the procedure. Dr Noopur Jain, MD Dermatology, Founder and Consultant Dermatologist, Skinzest clears all the myths about dermal fillers and help you separate all facts from fiction.
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Myth 1: Dermal Fillers Look Unnatural
Fact: Any cosmetic procedure needs to be done with a well-known and well-experienced Doctor or surgeon. Experience can go a long way. The procedure when done correctly can make your skin look so young and beautiful without looking artificial.
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Myth 2: It’s Hard To Keep Up With Fillers
Fact: Results of Dermal filler treatment last for about 9-12 months. However, even
if you don’t repeat the treatment, the results will slowly fade and you will
slowly go back to your natural looks. The treatment, even if not repeated, will
never make the appearance more aged or worse than before.
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Myth 3: Dermal Fillers Are Only For The Cheek
Fact: Derma fillers are not just for the cheek, but the most common ones are for lips, cheeks and the lines around your mouth. These fillers help in tightening your skin and keep away the fine lines.
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Myth 4: Dermal Fillers Are Painful
Fact: Dermal fillers like any other cosmetic surgery are not free of discomfort but they are not as painful as some people claim them to be. These are done quickly, free of any hassle and show results instantly.
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Cosmetic treatments are to be done by doctors and surgeons you trust. Before getting
these derma fillers done, it is suggested you do your own research on it and
consult your dermatologist.