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My Personal Experience with Fillers

  • Maria Claudia Almeida IssaEmail author
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Part of the Clinical Approaches and Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology book series (CAPCD)

Abstract

Facial aging is the major indication for minimal invasive aesthetic procedures, including peelings, neuromodulators (botulinum toxin), fillers, and lasers. Combined treatments are usually indicated for a better result, and dermatologists should know from where to start. Fillers and botulinum toxin bring fast results, and if they are indicated, we usually start with these procedures. Patient’s assessment is an essential step. In our routine, topical and oral treatments are prescribed at the first visit, when the number and the order of procedures are planned according to patient’s clinical approach and complaints. In this chapter, we are going to show our experience with fillers in aesthetic dermatology.

Keywords

Fillers Hyaluronic acid Poly-L-Lactic Acid Calcium hydroxiapatite Skinbooster Aging Aesthetic dermatology Asymmetry Photodamaged Rejuvenation Skeletal remodeling Subcutaneous fat loss 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Clinical Medicine (Dermatology)Fluminense Federal UniversityNiteróiBrazil

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