Do Dermal Fillers Hurt

Do Dermal Fillers Hurt

Dermal fillers are becoming more popular with each passing day. While this beauty treatment was once exclusive to celebrities and models who wanted to have fuller skin, getting dermal fillers in Bristol is now becoming common practice amongst both men and women.

The biggest benefit of getting dermal fillers is that it can help you reverse all the prominent signs of ageing. If you have any hollows in your cheeks or thin lips that you no longer are satisfied with, you can get dermal fillers that help you achieve the kind of healthy and happy-looking skin that you want.

How Does It Work?

Dermal fillers are a non-surgical treatment. It only takes about half an hour to administer, depending upon the area being treated. Dermal fillers are commonly used to create a younger looking complexion, including smoothing out facial wrinkles, and creating natural contours on the skin.

The different types of dermal fillers can contain both natural and synthetic ingredients – depending upon the type that you opt for. A few of these options are also produced from collagen, which is a natural protein already present in the body of humans. The synthetic kind of dermal fillers are produced in labs using hyaluronic acid.

Dermal fillers are simply injections that include a small substance that is added under your dermal layer. This pocket of fluid acts like a filler between the surface of your skin and the flesh – thus resulting in a “fuller” appearance.

Will It Hurt?

Since the procedure of dermal fillers includes multiple injections, many people tend to be afraid regarding how much the procedure will hurt. The truth is that dermal fillers may not hurt at all.

Since you will be given anesthetic cream to avoid any uncomfortable sensations of pain, there is very little discomfort involved in getting dermal fillers. However, this does depend on the area being treated. Most people report that getting dermal fillers in their lips or around the nose tend to be more painful than other areas. But even this pain is very mild.

While you will be able to see promising results immediately, it is recommended to allow your dermal fillers to settle for a while. Most people tend to experience side effects such as mild swelling which settles in about a week or two. During this recovery period, you may feel some discomfort around the areas treated since your body is now getting used to this new sensory perception.

How Long Does It Last?

The longevity of dermal fillers depends on the type you are using, such as temporary or permanent. The temporary kind of dermal fillers are most common in the UK and are eventually absorbed by the body over time – thus restoring your old appearance. However, even these temporary dermal fillers are likely to last between 6 and 18 months.

The permanent type of dermal fillers is less common in the UK. This is because it is an invasive treatment and will require a longer healing time as well.

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