Facial Fillers Gallery
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A variety of fillers are used to reduce deep folds and wrinkles that result from the aging process. As the face ages, supporting structures become weakened thus causing deeps folds commonly seen between the mouth and nose (nasolabial folds), the corners of the mouth (marionette lines), jowls, cheeks, below the eyes (tear troughs) and many other regions. Fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm add volume to soften the deep folds and give a youthful and renewed look.
Facial Fillers Case 1
Dr. Diepenbrock customizes each treatment to meet each patient's needs and goals. Facial fillers should never look artificial or fake. Experienced hands lead to great results. There are numerous types of fillers, and each one has its own indications. Some are thicker and better suited for cheek augmentation. Others are less viscous and better used in thin areas such as the under eye region.
Filler Case 1
Most fillers last around one year. This may vary based on type and location. In some patients, non-surgical treatment such as fillers may be an alternative to surgical intervention. Others patients may better be suited from surgical treatments such as a face lift, facial implants, or fat transfer.
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Facial fillers may be placed anywhere on the face where volume has been lost. Common areas are the deep folds between the nose and mouth, the marionette lines, the upper and lower lips, and tear troughs.
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Volume is the key to youth. Fillers are a quick and relatively painless way to treat the aging process.
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Two of the most rewarding areas to treat are the areas below the eyes and the tear troughs. These areas are often some of the first regions to exhibit the early signs of aging. Dr. Diepenbrock has developed a reputation over the years as one of the experts in treating this region.