When is plumping up a good thing? When it means injecting Radiesse, Juvederm or Belotero into your deep creases, wrinkles and fine lines.
But knowing which dermal filler to use where is the work of an artist…or an auto body shop, thanks to a great analogy from Dr. Lee.
Radiesse is the thickest of the trio. We usually inject this into the cheeks to give youthful volume and bulk. We sometimes use it in the nasolabial folds as well. Picturing your car, Radiesse is great for repairing huge dents. (Remember when your bike fell from the hook in the garage ceiling right onto your hood? Like that.)
Juvederm is a medium filler. We use this one in the lips, nasolabial folds and tear troughs. Juvederm can fill in little door dings and the minor hail damage from that freak summer storm.
Belotero is the thinnest of the three. It can be used in crow’s feet and in fine lines around the lips, because it can be injected very superficially. Belotero buffs out the fine scratches that bug you every time you look at them, just because you know they’re there.
If you’re considering some maintenance work to your exterior, now’s the time to schedule it. Through August we’re offering a special on dermal fillers. Get 50% off one syringe of Belotero or $85 off one syringe of Radiesse. Call our shop…er, our office…today!