Soft Tissue Fillers Good Candidates
Are You a Good Candidate for Soft Tissue Fillers?
Most common Soft Tissue Fillers:
Juvéderm® | Fat | Cosmoderm® | Restylane® | Radiesse® | Sculptra® | Collagen |
- Overview of Soft Tissue Fillers
- Full Face Rejuvenation
- Are You a Good Candidate?
- Benefits of Soft Tissue Fillers
- Dr. Cruise’s Soft Tissue Filler Philosophy
- Prior to the Procedure
- Soft Tissue Filler Anesthesia
- After the Procedure
- Recovery from Soft Tissue Fill
- Possible Complications
- Soft Tissue Filler Cost and Financing
- Soft Tissue Filler Words to Know
- Before and After Soft Tissue Filler Pictures
Aging is a progressive process causing us to wrinkle and to lose facial fat. Good candidates are simply people who have suffered the effects of aging and subsequent wrinkling. With the advancing properties of the soft tissue fillers, the effects of aging can be postponed. This can delay the need for surgical correction.
Not all wrinkles should be treated with a soft tissue filler. Wrinkles that occur with smiling or facial movement are best treated with Botox®.
The typical patient who will benefit from soft tissue fillers are those with
- Forehead wrinkles
- Hollowing of the Temple
- Volume loss of the Brow and Upper lid. Soft tissue filling may delay the need for surgical correction here.
- Sunken crease underneath the lower lid.
- Lower lid bags.
- Loss of cheek fullness
- Deep crease above upper lip (naso-labial crease)
- Small lips.
- Someone desiring more dramatic, sensual lips.
- Marionette lines
- Depressed scars of the face
- Depressed acne scars.