How Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers Work?
The biggest change in the aging face is sagging and volume loss. As we age, we lose fat, and the facial bones become smaller, causing sagging and hollow skin. As we age;
- Skin loses its elasticity and thins out.
- Superficial fat might increase in volume.
- Deep fat and bone atrophy, resulting in a loss of support for the upper layer of fat and skin.
- Retaining ligaments of the face (that attach overlying fat and skin tautly to bone) loosen and lengthen, worsening tissue droop.
The hyaluronic acid dermal filler supports the structural ligaments in our faces. Four ligaments in our face run from bone to skin, and they support the different compartments of our face. We strategically place hyaluronic acid dermal fillers under the ligament locations to help lift and support them. The result is a natural-looking lifted and refreshed appearance.