There are many different types of dental filler available on the market, but the most common are ones formulated with hyaluronic acid. This acid is a substance naturally present in the body, meaning it is safe to use, and there are minimal risks of allergic reactions.
Hyaluronic acid fillers are injected into the skin using a fine needle and can be used to improve the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of aging. This works because hyaluronic acid attracts water molecules which, in turn, adds volume right where it is needed. Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers are formulated along with a gel carrier to achieve the most desirable results.
What can I expect during my dental filler visit?
Oftentimes, we combine cosmetic dermal fillers along with a patient’s routine dental cleanings and examinations. Our dental hygienists will start by thoroughly cleaning your teeth and then numb the area around the mouth with a topical anesthetic. Once you are comfortable, Drs. Jesus L. Sojo or Shiva Soleimani will use a fine needle to inject the hyaluronic acid filler into your skin. The entire dermal filler treatment can be completed in just one visit to our office, and results are noticeable immediately following your appointment!
What are the benefits of using dental fillers?
Dermal fillers, such as those available at Solay Dental, provide Tampa Bay, FL, area patients with many unique benefits that other cosmetic treatments simply cannot match. First and foremost, facial injections offer a minimally invasive option for those wanting to achieve a more youthful appearance without undergoing surgery.
Additionally, there is no required downtime after receiving dental fillers, which means you can resume all normal activities immediately following your visit to our office. Combining these injections with routine cleanings makes it easier than ever to ensure convenient scheduling.
How long do Dermal Fillers Last?
Dermal fillers will last several months before reinjection is necessary, allowing patients to maintain the changes by visiting the dentist as scheduled for regular appointments.