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Where Can Fillers Be Placed?

Your face is what people notice most when you first meet them. To achieve your best possible first impression, your appearance should be as youthful and radiant as it can be. But what can be done when wrinkles and folds start to put unwanted and unpleasant creases in your skin?

With minimal downtime and a fraction of the cost of a facelift, injectable fillers can be used to plump and rejuvenate your skin. Sometimes known as volumizers, when done correctly and by a professional dermatologist, fillers can fight the signs of aging for months or even years at a time. With fantastic results and minimal risks, fillers truly are a miracle product and solution for those who want a simple and effective way to restore their youthful appearance.

Where Can Fillers Be Placed?

There is no doubt that injectable fillers are a powerful tool used by dermatologists in patients from every walk of life. But can their restorative properties be used anywhere? Or are there particular spots that can utilize this unique treatment option?

For the most part, volumizers only have a finite set of uses, including:

  • Plumping or volumizing thin lips
  • Addressing and enhancing shallow or hollow contours
  • Softening creases and wrinkles on the face
  • Improving overall skin elasticity
  • Treating and generally improving recessed scars

Areas that can be directly treated by a filler include:

  • Cheeks and temples
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Marionette lines
  • Chin
  • Lips and nose
  • Crow’s feet
  • Worry lines

Injectable fillers are also used to dramatically improve the appearance of aging hands.

While it is true that injectable fillers are well-known for being a great solution to a variety of minor facial imperfections, they might not be for everyone, or for every situation. If you have questions about using fillers to improve your appearance and rejuvenate your skin, you should first contact Burbank cosmetic dermatologist Lisa Benest, MD. You can sit down and talk with one of cosmetic nurse master injectors about different types of injectable fillers – such as Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse and Sculptra – and which areas of your face you would like to target for treatment.

Best of all, your initial consultation with our cosmetic nurse is absolutely free, so get started today by dialing 818.284.4003.