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Is it safe to inject expired dermal fillers?

Are Expired Injectables Harmful?
Dermal fillers are gel-like substances that are injected into the skin to correct skin concerns such as lines and wrinkles. Soft tissue filler injections are considered medical treatments that should only be conducted by a certified physician. Since the procedure involves intradermal administration, it is extremely important that the treatment is conducted with strict adherence to aseptic medical standards, to reduce the risk of immunogenic responses. Equally important criterion is the shelf life of the dermal filler. The expiry date determined by the manufacturer guarantees the sterility and quality of the implants up until that point. Using expired dermal fillers may lead to reduced potency and safety of the post-treatment results. Additionally, expired soft tissue fillers may only deliver aesthetic results for a short period of time compared to dermal fillers that have not expired. Expired Fillers Over Time Most dermal fillers contain biodegradable materials like hyaluronic ...

What Makes Dermal Fillers the Best Solution for Skin Rejuvenation?

Dermal Fillers the Best Solution for Skin Rejuvenation
How can dermal fillers rejuvenate skin? As we age, the skin loses some of the most vital nutrients that keep it looking firm and radiant. Dermal fillers can help patients achieve a rejuvenated look by adding volume to areas that have lost plumpness, leading to a more tired, aged look, and can also fill in wrinkles and lines for a more youthful appearance. Many dermal fillers can also be used to augment the lips, sculpt the facial contour, and even improve the appearance of scars such as acne scars. Some dermal fillers even include revitalizing properties that will help improve the appearance of the skin on a cellular level, helping to either replace lost nutrients, or help stimulate important proteins that contribute to healthy, radiant skin. What are fillers made with? There are many dermal fillers available that help with a variety of issues. They also come in 3 different types: temporary, semi-permanent, and permanent. The type of filler is determined by the ingred ...

How to Get Rid of Bunny Lines with Botox®?

Botox treatment for bunny lines
What are bunny lines? Bunny lines are the slightly diagonal creases that extend from both sides of the nose, on the bridge. Sometimes known as the nasal sidewall “scrunch line,” this facial crease is quite prominent when patients smile or laugh. Though bunny lines look endearing, they often convey a false feeling of distaste or anger. Bunny lines are named as such as they loosely resemble rabbit whiskers. What muscles control bunny lines? Just like most of the facial wrinkles (marionette lines, perioral wrinkles, nasolabial folds, etc.), bunny lines develop due to aging. Skin aging is a complex process that is caused by 2 components: intrinsic aging and extrinsic aging. Intrinsic aging is a biological process that is regulated by genetics and is the reason as to why some people have youthful looking skin even though they are older while other people experience premature aging. Intrinsic aging determines the rate of renewal and repair of various skin cells like collagen, ...