Cheek Volume

Increasing The Cheek Volume, Correction Of An Under Eye Circles

Hyaluronic acid is a really important part of the connective tissue in the skin, with an ability to connect water molecules, so it maintains the moisture of the skin. Using hyaluronic dermal fillers – gaps between collagen fibers which are in extracellular space are filled evenly, as well as the skin is intensively moisturized. Also, collagen (one of the most important albumins in the skin which determines the elasticity of the skin) synthesis is stimulated, its decay is slowed down and the skin starts to produce its own hyaluronic acid which means that new dermal fibers are formed. Thick consistency hyaluronic dermal filler is resistant to deformations and they create the volume that is needed. They are chosen to increase the cheek volume, adjust contours of the face oval, reduce wrinkles on nasal and lip area and to correct deep under eye circles. Tissue volume on the cheeks or chin is restored during this treatment, so you get the effect of gently lifted skin. For better elasticity of the skin, the treatment can be performed using needles which do not traumatize the skin. Usually 3 or 6 injections are injected into the deep layers of the skin on the cheek area which helps to achieve desired results. The effect is immediately visible right after the treatment and depending on the type of preparation – it can remain effective for about 1 or 2 years.

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