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Lip Filler Migration: Causes and Prevention Tips
Disclaimer: Only trained professionals should perform dermal filler injections to the lips to avoid risks to the patient's health. Lip dermal fillers can only be sold to certified aesthetic doctors, plastic surgeons, or special beauty clinics. Lip augmentation with fillers is one of the most popular non-surgical procedures worldwide. The main aim of dermal lip fillers is to add volume and elasticity and smooth out wrinkles. Fillers help eliminate asymmetry, align the lip contours, make lips plumper, and raise drooping corners. Modern fillers are based on collagen, hyaluronic acid, and calcium. The lips gain the desired shape and volume less than an hour after the filler injection. Depending on the chosen filler, the desired effect lasts six months to three years. Lip fillers are divided into two categories: permanent, which do not dissolve, and biodegradable fillers, which dissolve over time. Permanent fillers were commonplace when the world started doing aesthetic injection pro [Read more]
How To Buy Dermal Fillers Online Safely And Profitably - Full Guide
Disclaimer: All dermal fillers on this website are specifically for professional use and can only be sold to aesthetic doctors, plastic surgeons, and licensed aesthetic clinics. Unprofessional independent use of the product may harm your health. Introduction - Why Are Dermal Fillers So Popular? Injectable dermal fillers, typically composed of gel-like substances that mimic dermal tissues, are a correction treatment administered through injections. They are often used in non-surgical facial contouring as a viable alternative to invasive surgery and other hardware procedures for anti-aging therapy. Injectable fillers cause less physical damage and produce more instantaneous results than other treatment options.  In just one or two treatment appointments, fillers will help correct aesthetic problems and age-related degradation on the skin of the face and body with minimal risk to the patient's health. The main active substances in biodegradable fillers are active ingredients [Read more]
The Most Popular Dermal Fillers for Lips in 2023 You Should Have at Your Clinic
Disclaimer We discourage any non-professional and non-certified usage by patients or beauty specialists. All dermal fillers have to be injected exclusively by a registered medical practitioner to avoid possible side effects. Introduction Dermal filler market, according to Fortune magazine, is projected to grow from USD 5.31 Billion in 2022 to USD 8.74 billion in 2029. Harper Bazaar magazine explains this growth with a high social demand for esthetic cosmetology - they say, now a trend is almost at its peak but still growing.  Among the broad range of dermal fillers, the lip fillers market is expected to reach USD 2.97 billion by 2030, making it approximately one-third of the global filler market. The demand for lip augmentation continues to grow: in the USA in 2021, more than 2 million patients addressed the clinics for this procedure.  To meet the client's requirements and be ready for the growing demand for lip injections, clinics and individual medical professionals s [Read more]
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The role of PPE or Personal Protective Equipment has taken a drastic change in recent times. What was once used solely in workplaces with a certain degree of safety hazards is now an undeniable necessity in ensuring our health and protection. Personal Protective Equipment acts as a barrier between the skin and harmful contaminants or impact hazards from the environment. In this current age, it is what stands between the unprecedented transmission of the highly infectious COVID-19 and our safety. With the virus being transmitted through direct and indirect contact, mere physical proximity amongst each other can pose as a serious threat.  While we slowly work to resume necessary social activities, we must take necessary precautions to mitigate the harms.  Everyone in the workplace should wear PPE and understand what it is for. What is PPE? Personal Protective Equipment is an apparatus or accessory worn over the body to protect against injury, contamination, impact, and exp [Read more]
COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
What is COVID-19 (Coronavirus)? COVID-19, or coronavirus, is a severe acute respiratory syndrome that causes flu-like symptoms including fever, cough, and breathlessness. This virus is spreading rapidly throughout the world and transmission occurs via close contact or droplet infection, from both symptomatic and asymptomatic people. Due to the lockdown in place in many countries, businesses are experiencing negative ramifications. Aesthetic and medical practices and clinics are among the most affected as public fear, social distancing, product shipping delays and more come into play.     The following are some tips for minimizing the impact of COVID-19 on your business: Education & Preparation Awareness and staff education play a key role in preparing your practice during a pandemic. You must always adhere to government recommendations, which can include putting protective policies in place and purchasing protective equipment. Implement advanced sanitation an [Read more]
Possible Filler Complications?
Filler Complications Introduction The increased popularity of dermal fillers in enhancing facial aesthetics is due to their minimally invasive nature, short recovery time, and excellent outcomes. While collagen fillers dominated the market for over 20 years since their approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1981, it was the emergence of hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers that paved the way for new filler brands and technologies. As with any medical procedure, a multitude of complications can occur after filler injection. The supposed reversibility of HA-based fillers adds their popularity; however, increased use of these fillers also puts less common but significant side effects in the spotlight. Injecting physicians must be aware of the adverse effects associated with dermal fillers because some of these complications can be devastating and irreversible. Additionally, some complications occur more frequently with specific filler materials or products; thus, the injector mu [Read more]
Juvéderm Voluma: Treatment Areas, Cost, Results, And Side Effects
Juvéderm Voluma XC, commonly referred to as Voluma, is a popular dermal filler variant from the Juvederm family. Manufactured by Allergan, it was one of the first dermal fillers approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Juvéderm Voluma XC is a dermal filler that is hyaluronic acid-based. It is FDA-approved for adding volume to the cheeks and midface area, but is also used in off-label areas like the nose, temples, and chin. Its mild side effects include swelling and its effects last for up to 2 years. Juvederm Voluma XC costs up to $1000 per syringe and treatment cost varies depending upon individual clients needs. What is Juvéderm Voluma? Juvéderm Voluma is a smooth gel that retains its shape over a long period of time. It is commonly used to correct symptoms of aging, such as volume loss in the cheeks and surrounding areas. All of the Juvéderm fillers beginning with the letter V are created using Vycross technology. This method is hig [Read more]
Woman receiving injection to contour jawline
Introduction Patients seeking facial rejuvenation often present with prominent nasolabial folds, marionette lines, perioral lines, loss of volume to the lips, and changes along the jawline. The patient’s appearance is significantly affected by the loss of definition along the mandibular border. A contoured jawline is often seen as indicative of a more youthful appearance. Aging is a natural phenomenon and gravitational forces, increased tissue laxity, and progressive bone resorption all play a role in the facial manifestations. Atrophy and resorption of the malar, submalar, and buccal fat pads lead to volume loss in the midface. With aging, the jawline’s shape becomes less aesthetically appealing. As a result, there has been a significant increase in the number of non-surgical and minimally invasive procedures available to efficiently contour the jawline and restore lost facial volume. Patient Analysis Dr. Kate Goldie, an aesthetic practitioner, utilizes a full-face con [Read more]
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