Fillers are also very common in non-surgical facial aesthetics. They are used to give volume to areas that need to be stimulated such as the lips or to restore volume lost over time from areas such as the cheekbones, cheeks, nasopharyngeal grooves and temples. They are also very often used to fill deep static wrinkles in various parts of the face.
There are different fillers that differ in terms of their properties and density in order to be superior to each other depending on the area to be placed and the purpose of treatment.
At the end of the treatment there may be a slight skin irritation which will subside very quickly and you should be careful to avoid applying pressure to the area for a few hours after the treatment.