Can fillers really achieve this much difference? How much injection would you need?
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Can fillers really achieve this much difference? How much injection would you need?

Cosmetic Treatments QuestionsCategory: Injectable FillersCan fillers really achieve this much difference? How much injection would you need?
A patient asked 4 years ago
Am not asian and have thinner skin. I feel like my face has lost the volume and I want my face to be round like in picture.My face is like shown before injection. I want it to be plump and elastic, soft looking. I know it depends,you need to be checked bydoctor but usually how much would it cost? Whole face lift and plump like in picture? Would laser achieve same results and if I get injection how long would it last? How often do I need to get injections again? Will my face sag for repeating it? How much would it cost and how often repeat?
1 Answers
Dr. Elham Jafari Staff answered 4 years ago

Fillers for Facial Volume Loss

 
Hi and thank you for your question! When it comes to volume loss – which is the hallmark of aging in face – there is really no treatment that comes close to skillful injection of fillers at various parts of face, in a procedure known as liquid facelift. As you correctly indicated, you need to be seen by an experienced cosmetic doctor and have a detailed discussion on various options, but we can use filler injections at many places on face such as temples, cheeks, under eyes, laugh lines, around mouth and jawline to create a balanced rejuvenated look with natural appearance. The fillers typically last from 6 months to several years depending on the type and the cost of procedure will depend on the type and amount of fillers used and can be a few thousand dollars. I hope it helps and good luck!

 


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