Biodegradable Wrinkle Fillers

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There are plenty of wrinkle fillers on the market – Botox, Restylane and Juvederm are probably the most popular alongside collagen wrinkle fillers. However these types of fillers may soon be constrained to history thanks to new biodegradable fillers.

Made from a mixture of hyularonic acid and collagen, the new biodegradable wrinkle fillers are said to have a reduced risk of allergic reactions because their component parts are absorbed by the body at a slower rate. For some patients, the results from these biodegradable wrinkle fillers may be significantly better than the results they could achieve with the more conventional fillers.

There are plenty of ways that the new fillers can be used – from filling out hollow cheekbones, to augmenting the cheeks and lips, or helping to tighten up sagging skin around the eyes and jaw.


1 Comment

  1. Dermal Fillers Melbourne

    25th April 2015 at 3:20 PM

    what is the difference between a biodegradable dermal fillers from a non biodegradable one? are there any known side effects?

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