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What happens when dermal fillers are no longer effective

Dr. Vi Sharma has worked in the field of cosmetic surgery

He has a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University; and former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice.

Dermal fillers are getting more and more popular  nowadays. Dermal filler injections are a type of nonsurgical cosmetic procedure. These filler injections contain Hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring, hydrating chemical. This is a type of body and face contouring  treatment, Which is used to make areas such as your lips, your cheeks or other parts of your body look plumper or fuller. This is a relatively modern and risk-free  procedure compared to its alternative surgical versions. 

With age, people’s bodies evidently go through a lot of physical and internal changes. Facial and body muscles start to lose their elasticity And the skin stops producing collagen overtime, hence the body loses its shape. Dermal fillers melbourne are used to give a much fresher look by stimulating collagen production and tightening your skin again. They can last anywhere between 9 months –  5 years  depending on your lifestyle and your fillers. The treated area turns back to its normal state prior to the treatment once the fillers wear off.

Now, you may ask what happens when the dermal fillers are no longer effective? Will your skin look exactly how it was before?  Will your skin look worse than it did before the treatment? Let’s find out what our experts here at Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors have said about this!

When fillers are injected under the skin, they attract water and, after a few days, will swell mildly and start to give volume. The filler produces a lifting effect and, over time, will be broken down to your body naturally. 

If you are concerned about your skin after the fillers wear off, you will first have to check if your fillers are still effective and present. Fillers are soft, and they spread out under your skin, so you will feel no difference. You will have to compare your present look with a photo from 8 – 15 months of getting the fillers. If your fillers are no longer effective, You will find a significant loss of volume in the treated areas and the skin will also look saggier than what you are used to. 

The effectiveness of dermal fillers often depends on the type of injection you are getting, your body’s metabolism rate, the climate of your location and whether you smoke or not. It is very important to remember that getting more dermal fillers is not the solution. Before opting for more Fillers, get a consultation from our experts here at Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors,  in Melbourne.

Most people are confused about getting dermal fillers because they think that their skin will look much worse once the effects wear off.This is in fact,  a complete myth.  the condition of your skin in the treated area is most likely to go back to its natural state prior to the  fillers. Any significant changes that you may notice even after the injections wear off may simply be the difference from your age, your lifestyle  or any other habits you may have developed like smoking. 

Yes, it can be a bit confusing to accept the aftermath at first because you will see significant changes in the structure of the treated area,  but before you absolutely confirm your state, you should seek a professional consultation about this. At Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors, we run through tests and offer accurate results. Our experts will also guide you throughout any future treatments that you may want or need.


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About Dr Vi

Dr Vi Sharma is a renowned and highly trained cosmetic surgeon in Melbourne, practising cosmetic surgery since 2012. He has a worldwide loyal patient base. He has a bachelor of medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery from Monash University. Dr Vi Sharma is a former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice. Along with treating patients, he also provides training for doctors and nurses regarding aesthetic and cosmetic treatment modalities.

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