Dermal Fillers abroad in Tunisia

 

Unlike Botox injections that affect the facial muscles to relax and thus reduce wrinkles, injection of fillers designed to fill and restore volume where necessary.

With age, some parts of the face are growing; the skin relaxes and form furrows, giving a faded appearance and a tired face. The signs of aging can lead to wrinkles but also by the loss of volume in certain areas of the face, intervention to correct these deformities is filling.

The filling does not make the wrinkles disappear completely, but visibly reduces them to give your face a more youthful appearance. Filling wrinkles is a simple solution that involves the injection of fillers in the face to fill and restore volume to areas that need it. Wrinkles are reduced and the face

has a fresher and younger appearance.

The filling by injection is a temporary solutiong. The patient should renew its injections to fill and maintain a bright young face. In most cases, hyaluronic acid is used as filler.

Dr. Chiraz Bouzguenda guides you to the best solutions according to your case.

What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is produced naturally in our body. It is used to maintain a good level of hydration of our skin by capturing and holding water in the deeper layers. HA is a molecule that acts in some ways like a sponge.

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What are Dermal Fillers?

Wrinkle treatment by dermal fillers is based on hyaluronic acid passes by gel injections. Once infiltrated into the skin, the gel retains water and is mixed with hyaluronic acid in the dermis. The volumizing effect gives the skin its original appearance, the wrinkling is resolved.

This is a biodegradable product which is naturally depleted in the body. You will have to repeat the operation if you want to look younger on a continual basis. The advantage is of these interventions is that they are less invasive than some of cosmetic surgeries.

Is Hyaluronic Acid safe?

Yes. Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the body and therefore it also dissolves naturally with time and is integrated into your body’s tissues. The synthetic, biodegradable hyaluronic acid known as Restylane or Téosyal has been used in Europe, Canada and in the United States.

Is Injectable Fillers right for you?

An injection of dermal fillers corrects, by a simple and quick way; some signs of aging or present misfortunes of the face, filling or bulking where necessary.

The most frequently made corrections can be divided into four categories:

  • Furrows: nasolabial folds (from the nose to the corner wing of the mouth), marionette lines (the corner of the mouth on both sides of the chin), lip and chin groove...
  • Fine lines and wrinkles: forehead, "frown lines" (between the eyebrows), "crow's feet" (around the eyes), cheeks, chin, "pleated sun" around the mouth.
  • Lips: redraw the hem (outline), thicken if they are too thin, or make them look fuller
  • Depressions (troughs) or volume of lacks: cheekbones chin and jaw outline, cheeks, nose, scar Aftereffects (acne, chicken pox, trauma ...)

Usually these misfortunes will not disappear completely but will be considerably mitigated by the injections. The correction is only temporary and the treatment must be renewed to maintain the result.

The most commonly used filler is hyaluronic acid.

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Your Injectable Fillers goals

An injection of dermal fillers proposes to correct, by a simple and quick way, some signs of aging or present misfortunes of the face, filling or bulking where necessary.

The most frequently made corrections can be divided into four categories:

  • Furrows: nasolabial folds (from the nose to the corner wing of the mouth), marionette lines (the corner of the mouth on both sides of the chin), lip and chin groove ...
  • Fine lines and wrinkles: forehead, "frown lines" (between the eyebrows), "crow's feet" (around the eyes), cheeks, chin, "pleated sun" around the mouth.
  • Lips: redraw the hem (outline), thicken if they are too thin, or make them look fuller
  • Depressions (troughs) or volume of lacks: cheekbones, chin and jaw outline, cheeks, nose, scar sequelae (acne, chicken pox, trauma ...)

Usually these misfortunes will not disappear completely but will be considerably mitigated by the injections. The correction is only temporary and the treatment must be renewed to maintain the result.

The most commonly used filler is hyaluronic acid.

Your Injectable Fillers action

The basic principle is the injection of a fluid in the thickness of the skin or the subcutaneous space to create a volume of filling or augmentation.

There are two major categories of products:

  • Biodegradable products: they will reduce gradually and completely
    • Collagen (* Zyderm, Zyplast * * Résoplast ...): animal origin - allergy risks justifying two successive skin tests prior to the injections – life span of a few months.
    • Hyaluronic acid (Restylane *, Perlane *, Juvederm * Hyaluderm * Hylaform * Rofilan * Reviderm * TEOSYAL * ...) one of the most used products - synthetic, no prior testing - life of a few months (deemed to be a little longer than for collagen)
    • Polylactic acid (New-Fill *): synthetic, no test, life span of a few months.
  • Non-biodegradable products: persistent in situ for several years or even indefinitely
    • Silicone: prohibited in injectable form since 1997 because of sometimes devastating side effects.
    • Acrylic hydrogel (Dermalive *) and polymethyl methacrylate (Artecoll *): non-biodegradable synthetic particles, granulomas deemed high risk.
    • Polyacrylamide - (Aquamid * BioAlcamid * Outline *): latest on the market - supposed to last for years and provide little or no granuloma.

If a large volume-corrected (cheekbones, chin...), or in the patient (s) allergy, it should discuss with your surgeon the advantage of a feedback autologous fat: lipo-filling or lipostructure.

Preparation for the Injectable Fillers procedure

No special preparation is required.

The day of injection, you do not need to be fasting. For women, they should come without makeup or to remove it before the injections.

It is very important to minimize the risk of bleeding in treated areas and avoid taking aspirin for 15 days before injection and 15 days after.

It is best not to drink alcohol or be highly exposed to the sun the day before and the day of the session.

Anesthesia

Usually injections are practiced without anesthesia.

However, yet it is a little more painful for some products, for some sensitive patient (s), or in some difficult areas (lips and mouth circumference), provision may be one of two methods:

  • Emla Cream *: apply a thick layer on the areas to treat at least one hour before the injection; it reduces painful sensations in the area.
  • Real local anesthesia obtained by injecting an anesthetic at the beginning of the session itself ensures total insensitivity. The initial consultation is very important. Your surgeon will need a complete medical history. This will include information about any medical conditions, drug allergies, previous operations and medication you are taking, if any. She will examine your face. Each patient is different, so your surgeon will discuss with you the best option after examining you.

The Injectable Fillers procedure

The treatment will be made to the practitioner's office or clinic at the choice and your doctor's practices.

The treatment duration is of the order of a few minutes.

In practice, there are several techniques for injections, and every physician will adopt a method that is safe and that he adapts to each case to get the best results.

The amount of product required (number of syringes) is of course varied depending on the number of areas to be treated. It will be evaluated in advance as precisely as possible.

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After the Injectable Fillers procedure

The first six hours it is better to stay quiet, rest and refrain from any violent effort. It is also desirable to avoid as far as possible to mobilize his face (no facial expression, not to speak or laugh). For a few days it will be best to avoid alcohol, aspirin, anti-inflammatory, sun and sauna.

The suites can possibly be marked by edema (swelling), skin redness, skin sensitivity, itching, pale skin, hyperpigmentation, or small spot bruising (bruises). These reactions disappear within one to three days.

Note that the first few days, there may be some temporary irregularities due to the inhomogeneous distribution of edema, or an aspect of overcorrection (raised) that will gradually disappear.

Results of Injectable Fillers

A delay of a few days is necessary to appreciate the final result. This is the time required for the product to be well integrated, the swelling has disappeared and that the tissues have regained their flexibility.

Usually treated disgraces are markedly attenuated by the injections, but wont always disappear completely. Indeed, some locations are particularly difficult to treat and there are deep and old wrinkles that can never be completely erased.

The purpose of these injections is to make an improvement and not to achieve perfection. If your wishes are realistic, the result should give you great satisfaction.

The duration of action of hyaluronic acid is from 6 to 9 months. The correction is only temporary and the treatment should be repeated every few months to maintain the result.

Injectable Fillers risks and possible complications

Any medical procedure however small it may be has a number of uncertainties and risks.

By choosing a qualified practitioner specifically trained in these injection techniques and knowing choose the product best suited to your case, you limit these risks without deleting them completely, especially since the majority of potential problems are inherent to the product itself and that it can induce reactions unpredictably:

  • Allergic reactions: they are essentially the preserve collagen and should be avoided by pre-testing.
  • Post-injections local reactions: swelling, redness, pallor, irregularities, tenderness, itching, bruising. These reactions however, are only temporary.
  • Labial herpes outbreak: in predisposed individuals.
  • Acute or chronic inflammatory reaction: possible after secondary injection in an area that has already been injected with other products, particularly non-absorbable.
  • Granulomas: These small indurated nodules, more or less sensitive, perceptible to the touch, sometimes visible and unsightly. They are exceptional with hyaluronic acids.
  • Rare complications: have been few cases of persistent redness described several weeks, abscesses or skin necrosis, located on a site of injection.

Finally, you should not dramatize things by overestimating the risks, but just be aware that a filler injection, even seemingly simple since nonsurgical, still has a small share of hazards.

Price & Cost Injectable Fillers Abroad

Cheap and affordable fillers abroad in Tunisia.

What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in our body. It is used to maintain a good level of hydration of our skin by capturing and holding water in the deeper layers. HA is a molecule that acts in some ways like a sponge.

The procedure at the glance
  • Procedure : involves injecting a product which allows filling or give volume temporarily where necessary.
  • Hospital stay : outpatient.
  • Length :1/2 hour.
  • Anesthesia : nothing or topical anesthetic27/11/2015 cream.
  • Side Effects : bruising, swelling, redness. (Cold application after treatment can minimize these side effects).
  • Risks : asymmetry, surface irregularity.
  • Recovery :back to work: immediately.
  • Result :lasts for 6 to 9 months.

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