The ever-changing science behind aesthetic filler technology allows you to plump your skin and erase lines and scars in just a short in-office treatment. With their expertise in personalized dermal filler treatment packages, board-certified physicians Alan Abando, MD, and Nicole Basa, MD, of Cedar Park Aesthetics can help enhance your appearance. Find out which type of filler is right for you by booking a consultation at this Cedar Park, Texas, practice. Request an appointment online or call the office directly.
Modern dermal fillers are individually designed for targeting certain areas and issues. Some of the most in-demand types of dermal fillers and what they treat are described below.
Juvéderm is a collection of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers that correct the signs of aging and add volume, while simultaneously stimulating collagen production for firmer, tighter skin. This line of dermal fillers includes:
Radiesse is a gel-like substance that contains tiny calcium-based microspheres, which mimic minerals you naturally have in your body. Over time, your body absorbs the gel and calcium, which stimulates natural collagen production for tighter skin. Radiesse can treat:
Belotero Balance is a hyaluronic acid gel filler that provides instantly soft and supple results by attracting water molecules. This type of dermal filler is ideal for minimizing the appearance of:
Kybella is a unique type of injectable that’s designed to target submental fullness, also known as chin fat. The synthetic form of deoxycholic acid in Kybella aids in breaking down dietary fat into smaller molecules, so your body can more easily metabolize it. Over time, your chin and jawline become more defined, and that dreaded double chin becomes a thing of your past.
Since each line of dermal fillers offered at Cedar Park Aesthetics works a little differently, they all have varying results, as noted below:
Dermal fillers injected into areas that have a lot of movement, such as around your lips, can wear down more quickly just because of routine activities like eating and talking. During your filler consultation at Cedar Park Aesthetics, your dedicated practitioner lets you know about how long your specific treatment should last before it’s time for re-treatment.
It’s normal to feel some stinging or pinching when getting dermal fillers, which often stems from the tiny needle. But most people tolerate this brief sensation quite well. You’re welcome to come into Cedar Park Aesthetics about 20-30 minutes before your scheduled appointment to apply a topical numbing cream to minimize any discomfort you may feel.
Enhance your natural beauty by starting your dermal filler treatment package at Cedar Park Aesthetics. You can book your filler consultation online or over the phone.