In our clinic are used professional and high quality materials such as LIQUID IMPLANT (USA) Restylane (Swedish) Hyaluronica (French).
All of mentioned FILLERS are complete HA filler family and includes SubCutis for facial volumization and contouring, Cutis to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, as well as Labium to enhance and contour lips.
Labium has been designed to be able to cope with the complexities of such delicate areas like the human lips and mucosae. These areas require a high quality Hyaluronic Acid filler in order to guarantee the safest and long lasting lip augmentation and contouring results. The high elasticity makes the product very easy to mold after injection besides its high viscosity, a fact that determines its longer lasting effects.
Cutis is a monophasic cross-linked filler made of non-animal origin hyaluronic acid (HA) with a concentration of 25 mg/ml. Due to its formulation and specific particularization technique, Liquidimplant Cutis is easy to inject in the dermis to fill in fine lines of the forehead, nasolabial folds, crow’s feet and glabella.
SubCutis is a viscous, monophasic, non animal-based, cross-linked HA filler gel. This longer lasting gel allows treating deeper nasolabial folds and oral commissures. Also, facial contouring and augmentation shows optimal results using Liquidimplan SubCutis in comparison to other HA fillers.
Its expected durability is about one year.
Cheek augmentation, chin augmentation, jaw contouring, duration expected 12 months, injection subdermal or epi periosteal.
Lip augmentation is a type of cosmetic surgery or non-surgical procedure that aims to improve the appearance of the lips by increasing their fullness through enlargement using fillers.
Filler injections are a cosmetic treatment used to smooth wrinkles or pitted scars in the skin, usually on the face. They are also used to make the lips fuller. When injected under skin, a filler raises or puffs up that area. This usually goes away over time. There are many kinds of injectable fillers, including:
Microscopic plastic beads and bovine collagen (Artefill). The plastic beads are made of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA). The collagen goes away over time, but the plastic beads remain under the skin permanently.
Some doctors use fillers that are not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Check with your doctor when deciding which treatment is right for you.
For some fillers, your skin is first numbed with a local anesthetic. Then a cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist uses a needle to inject the filler under the skin. A treatment session takes about 15 minutes. Some fillers are done in repeat sessions a couple of weeks apart.
After a filler injection, expect some pain, redness, swelling, and possibly itching. Swelling may last up to 36 hours.
If symptoms start to get worse 1 to 3 days after the treatment, call your doctor-you may be getting an infection.
Filler injections are used to smooth scarred, wrinkled, or furrowed skin on the face. Some fillers are also used to add fullness to the lips.
If you have a lot of herpes zoster or herpes simplex outbreaks, a filler injection could trigger a flare-up. If you have several herpes outbreaks a year, your doctor will want you to take an antiviral medicine before having a filler injection.
Each syringe of filler costs several hundred dollars. Costs vary, depending on the type of filler. Talk to your doctor ahead of time about how many you will use, how often, and at what cost. Health insurance is unlikely to pay for this treatment.