What are Dermal Fillers Made Of?
At Krauss Dermatology, we prefer hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers material. A large molecule found naturally in your skin, HA attracts and holds moisture. This property makes HA popular as a skincare ingredient and a dermal filler. HA can also form long chains and cross-links that allow it to perform different functions. As it breaks down, the molecules released are identical to the normal hyaluronic acid in the dermis of your skin, adding moisture.
Types of Dermal Fillers
We offer three families of dermal fillers. Each excels for different applications, letting your dermatologist choose the formula that will work best for your individual needs. All these fillers use HA in different formulations. Most HA fillers last between six months and two years, depending on the type.
This popular family of dermal fillers treats structurally for improvement in cheeks, chin and jaw. It also offers fillers for deep lines and wrinkles such as nasolabial folds, and others for lips and mouth lines.
These HA fillers add volume to the mid-face area, smooth fine lines, and soften deep creases and folds. They can also enhance the lips while providing a natural-looking appearance.
This European dermal filler is only available from a select providers in the USA. Krauss Dermatology is proud to offer these advanced HA fillers. Their formula most closely mimics natural HA for smoothly blended, natural-looking results excellent in areas of movement like the mouth area and lips.