Botox, Juvederm & Facial Fillers – Which Injectable to Choose and Why
The effect of aging can be quite devastating when they start appearing on your face. Often many women start showing signs of aging like wrinkles, crowfeet, and acne on their faces, when they are not even forty. Changes in body hormones, issues like PCOD, or even the constant exposure to makeup, lights, or pollution can be various reasons for such problems. Now, if you are trying to solve these issues, going for injectables can be an option for you. These days, injectables are a popular solution not only for the women in the glamour world but also for many others. So, if you are looking for the right option for yourself and you are still utterly confused, then the first and foremost thing is to find out which option is suitable for you.
Botox, Facial Fillers, and Juvederm, all these options can sound very similar to each other. That is why at Rolle Oral & Facial Surgery, we meet patients who are actually confused about which one they should opt for. So, here, we are giving you a glimpse of each procedure so that you can get some basic idea and after consulting our expert, you can make a well-informed decision. Take a look.
What is Botox?
Botox stands for Botulinum toxin, which is injected in areas where it is necessary to block the activity of nerves or small muscles. For example, the prevention of wrinkles can happen when it is injected beside the eye. For aesthetics, this is generally injected directly into the tiny muscles for facial expression in order to relax the muscle tension that becomes visible on the skin. Apart from preventing wrinkles, it is also used for lifting effect by injecting in neck muscle, to block sweat glands or prevent excessive sweating and often to prevent migraines by injecting in the scalp.
The effect starts showing after 2-4 days and can last between 3-6 months.
Side Effects and Ideal Candidate
Botox is a non-invasive procedure with minimal to no side effects apart from mild bruising or tenderness around the injection site. It is a safe process for women, ideally older than the late twenties. However, pregnant women or patients of nerve disorder should avoid.
What are Facial Fillers?
Facial fillers are also another bunch of injectable medical products, used for revitalizing the skin by replacing lost volumes in the area where injected. There are different types of fillers like hyaluronic acid fillers, collagen-stimulating fillers andsilicone fillers.
Results become visible immediately and can last for around 18 months. However, the process can be repeated before that.
Side Effect and Ideal Candidate
It is another non-invasive procedure like Botox. General side effects are similar too. And it is best for the candidates over 30 years of age and who are not pregnant. However, this is often performed by beauticians rather than medical practitioners which can increase the risks of vascular occlusion or blockage of the tissue if injected in blood vessels.
What is Juvederm?
It is an FDA-approved acid-based filler used for improving the signs of aging. This non-invasive procedure is focused around areas like cheek, lips, or around the mouth. Just like other fillers, this adds volume to the skin and revitalizes it.
The result is immediate and the effect remains for almost two years.
In case if you are getting confused about which one you should opt for depending on your cosmetic therapy goals, it is necessary that you talk to a medical professional who is expert in injectables. If you are coming to us, ask as many questions as you feel. We ensure that our clients comfortable in the first place before any procedure is done. For more details, call at 704-892-9500 and fix an appointment.
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