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Injectable wrinkle fillers help to restore youthful appearance for a fraction of what a traditional face lift costs.

Injectable wrinkle fillers relax the muscle that causes a facial wrinkle or fill the crease using one of several different substances, thus giving the impression that the line or crease has disappeared.

Wrinkle fillers are also used for plumping and lifting cheeks and sagging hands and filling thin lips. Wrinkle fillers must be injected only by a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon.

Wrinkle fillers are broadly divided into two categories: Temporary and Semi-Permanent.


Human fat, also called Autologous fat, is harvested from the patient's own body through liposuction prior to injection. This process helps to avoid the risk of allergic reaction or rejection by the body and results in a fairly high rate of re-absorption.

Collagen is a protein and is the most important component in cartilage, teeth and bones. Collagen is extracted either from human skin or cows (called bovine collagen).

Human cadaveric dermis refers to skin that is extracted from a cadaver. It is then injected into your face, resulting in an impressive filling of facial hollows.

Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in the human body. Large concentrations of hyaluronic acid are found in soft connective tissue, in the fluid that surrounds the eyes, in cartilage and joint fluids, as well as skin tissue.

Calcium hydroxylapatite, found in human bones, is the heaviest of facial fillers. It is used to fill deep creases such as nasolabial folds, marionette lines and frown lines and to increase the volume of the cheeks and other facial contours.

Polylactic acid refers to a synthetic material. When injected, it stimulates the production of collagen in the human body. This substance is used to fill the creases caused by laughing, to enhance the volume of thin lips and to fill the deep nasolabial folds.


PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate) fillers, are semi-permanent and are mostly used to treat medium-to-deep wrinkles, folds and furrows particularly nasolabial folds, pitted scars and to enhance thin lips.

However, all wrinkle fillers have side-effects, including the danger of allergic reaction and the formation of small bumps underneath the skin. A bluish skin discoloration called Tyndall effect can also occur.

Wrinkle fillers are regarded as one of the safest cosmetic procedures. Wrinkle fillers must be used in a medical setting with sterile instruments. Only an FDA-approved wrinkle filler should be used and it should be purchased directly from the manufacturer.