Dermal Fillers Answers to Questions

Dermal Fillers Answers – So Many Questions?

Dermal fillers questions and answers. Botox vs Fillers

One of my favourite songs “More questions than answers” by Johnny Nash inspired me to trawl the Internet to get other peoples opinions on dermal fillers.

Writing Blogs and telling people just what the Designed For Beauty treatments, products and services can do can sometimes be all a bit one sided.

It is sometimes hard to convince the reader that you are sincere in what you are writing and not just going for the hard sell.

So, how do you get the message across that Designed for Beauty, Monmouth, have the very best in surgical and non surgical treatments? Advanced aesthetics, Botox, Spa and massage and all sorts of other beauty related products and services.

I’ll ask the questions on Google and lets see what we can come up with, at least that way, its not just my opinion.

Question; Do Dermal fillers really work?

From the Skin By Lovely Website: 

If you want to rejuvenate your skin without undergoing any aggressive surgical procedures, a dermal filler may be your best option. Dermal fillers are increasing in popularity. This is because they are safer and less expensive than surgery. You can regain the youthful vitality of your skin after just one treatment, and the effects can last for months. See more of this item.

Question: Are Dermal Fillers the same as Botox?

From Dr. Spiegal 

Facial fillers are also known as dermal fillers. Like Botox, it is also used to prevent or eliminate signs of aging in the face like wrinkles. This is where they often get confused. The primary difference between the two is that Botox reduces the activity of muscles in the face that cause wrinkles. See more from the Doctor.

Question: Does it hurt?

From Share Care

Topical anesthetics applied to the skin before the procedure can minimize needle stick pain. But most fillers are viscous so when they are injected they stretch the skin causing injection pain. The good news is that the FDA has just approved hyaluronic acid fillers containing lidocaine. More on this topic.

There are more questions about dermal fillers and other beauty treatments and the answers are all out there on Google. Some are unclear, some vague and some just avoid answering the question.

To get the real answers of dermal fillers and any or all of the Designed for Beauty services, products or procedures, why not just contact us? We’ll be glad to hear from you and we have the answers to ALL of your questions and in full.

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