All You Need To Know About Migration, Dissolving, And Effectiveness of Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers are popular among both men and women as they help you look younger and feel confident.
If you’re struggling with aging effects and looking for anti-ageing treatment, then dermal fillers make an excellent option. Whether you have decided about getting dermal fillers injected into your facial elements or considering it, you must know a few things about them.
Let’s talk about dermal fillers migration, the dissolving of the dermal fillers, and how good you look immediately after having this treatment.
Migration of dermal fillers
When injecting dermal fillers into your facial elements like lips or cheeks, the practitioner must ensure that an appropriate amount is injected. The biggest advantage of dermal fillers is that the practitioner can control the dermal filler quantity when injecting it into a specific area.
When a specific area is overfilled with dermal filler, it tends to migrate from its intended region to the nearest empty area. The practitioner must apply it strategically and only after being aware of the right quantity needed in a specific area. If you already have dermal filler in the part of your face that’s again going to receive dermal filler, then you must inform your practitioner about it.
Dissolving of the dermal fillers
Dermal fillers are made of hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring substance in the human body. Dermal fillers that are not made of hyaluronic acid can’t be dissolved. A considerable percentage of dermal fillers contain the synthetic version of hyaluronic acid, integrating with the body’s tissues. Over time, it boosts collagen production and flushes out of the system on its own.
While having dermal fillers, make sure to ask your practitioner if the product has hyaluronic acid in it or not.
All e.p.t.q products can be easily dissolved using hyaluronidase injection (hyaluronic acid dissolver).
When do you need to dissolve dermal fillers?
There are a few cases where you need or want to dissolve dermal fillers:
If you experience any occlusion, you need to dissolve dermal fillers
The dissolving of dermal fillers is needed when the product placement is not done right, and lumps have been formed
If you encounter infection because of the fillers, you need to dissolve dermal fillers
Dermal fillers need to be dissolved when the practitioner fails to give a natural look, or you look very unnatural
How good you'll look and feel immediately after having fillers
Typically, dermal fillers take time to set in and give their best results. The duration to achieve the best results can be up to 2 weeks. You can’t expect immediate results from dermal fillers.
Immediately after getting dermal fillers injected into your facial elements, you experience slight redness, swelling, itching, and sensation in the area. These are common side effects of the treatment, and there’s nothing to be worried about them.
You might see an instant result, but it takes 2 to 4 weeks for dermal fillers to integrate into your tissues fully.