As we age, our skin begins to lose the nutrients that make it smooth, plump and youthful. Between losing these nutrients and the damage our skin takes from the sun and other chemicals, our skin begins to lose volume, sag and wrinkle.
Fight these signs of aging with Windermere Dental & Medical Spa’s dermal filler treatments. These treatments will revitalize your skin and bring back the younger looking you.
WHAT ARE DERMAL FILLERS?
Dermal filler is an injection that is placed in specific parts of the face, to replace lost volume, contour, lift and/or improve your overall appearance. Typical areas for fillers are the cheeks or lips; at Windermere Dental & Medical Spa we specialize in other areas using our advanced techniques. Our unique imaging system protocol was developed after extensive research and training. Fillers replenish the skin from the damages of aging and our lifestyles.
WHAT SHOULD I DISCUSS DURING MY CONSULTATION?
During your consultation, it’s important that you let our practitioner know if you have any allergies to medicine or other products. It’s also a good idea to mention any medications you’re currently on so that there are no adverse reactions. Lastly, you’ll also want to have a good idea of what your goals are for your dermal injection so that we know exactly how we can help you achieve them.
Your consultation is an important part of your journey to younger-looking skin, so don’t wait! Call and set up a time to meet with a member of the Windermere Dental & Medical Spa today.
Dermal fillers can be used to help fix multiple problems such as:
- Erase wrinkles
- Lift loose skin
- Decrease depth of scars
- Plump the lips
- Fill hollowing around eyes
- Enhance chin projection
- Contour the jawline
- Enhance shallow contours
- Replace volume loss
- Correct irregularities
- Overall soften the face
- Improve first impression
- Fill volume loss in the aging chest or hands
- Correct sagging ear lobes
Dermal fillers are good for patients who want a refresh look but don’t want to have plastic surgery or other invasive treatments.