Injectable treatments is a common aesthetic technique, is it combined with photorejuvenation and laser rejuvenation?
Photorejuvenation - popularity is growing
Procedures for non-invasive photorejuvenation of the face and body are gaining popularity. This is due to the fact that modern systems are capable of showing amazing results with a minimal rehabilitation period.
Fillers are no less in demand on the market
Fillers are experiencing a boom in popularity. Indeed, with their help, you can get no less quick and striking results of replenishing lost facial volumes, correct contours without surgical intervention and long-term rehabilitation.
More than half of the patients who received fillers repeat these procedures within a year. The market for such procedures is dynamically growing.
The main types of fillers
Soft tissue fillers such as Hyaluronic Acid (HA), Calcium Hydroxyapatite and Poly-L-Lactic Acid are used to correct facial volume and fill wrinkles by direct injection into volume-deficient areas and sulci. They stimulate fibroblasts and lead to the synthesis of new collagen and/or act as a matrix for new collagen. Crosslinked fillers based on hyaluronic acid are biocompatible, immunologically inert, natural polysaccharides extracted from non-pathogenic Streptococcus equi bacteria. Dealers based on hyaluronic acid biodegrade within 3-9 months after injection. Currently, hyaluronic acid fillers are approved for the correction of moderate to deep wrinkles such as nasolabial folds. Even with experience with filler insertion, precise positioning of the filler in the skin is challenging. Differences from patient to patient in the density of the skin, the degree of its hydration, the thickness of the epidermis and dermis - all this can affect the depth of filler insertion.
Fillers replenish volume, but are not able to correct photoaging problems (age spots, dilated blood vessels, fine wrinkles), therefore photorejuvenation and fillers complement each other.
Safety Photorejuvenation and Fillers combination
In 2008, a study was conducted to explore the question of whether photorejuvenation and fillers are combined. Fillers were injected into the skin and then photorejuvenation was performed using the BBL system from Sciton, USA using the recommended capacities. The results showed that hyaluronic acid fillers remained intact after BBL photorejuvenation procedures.
This proves that BBL photorejuvenation can be used in conjunction with fillers. Clinically proven safety.
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