In addition to the forehead, dermal fillers can be used almost anywhere on the face with unwanted lines or creases. We also use fillers to smooth nasolabial folds and marionette lines.
What parts of the face can you put filler in?
So what are the areas of the face where you can place facial fillers? They can be used for midface or cheek enhancement, lip augmentation, fine lines and wrinkle treatment, chin or jawline contour, non-surgical nose reshaping, and tear trough correction.
How much filler is needed for full face?
It can be confusing when it comes to determining how much filler you will need to achieve noticeable results. With a few millilitres of dermal filler placed strategically, it can rejuvenate your entire appearance. Most people only need 1mL of dermal filler to enhance their whole face.
What are the filler points on the face?
The 8 Point Dermal Filler Facelift is a non-surgical treatment that uses dermal fillers to lift and contour the face. The treatment targets eight specific facial points, including the cheeks, tear troughs, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, oral commissures, pre-jowl area, jawline, and chin.
Where not to put filler?
Specifically, the six danger zones are the glabellar area, temporal region, lip and perioral area, nasolabial fold area, nasal area and the infraorbital area.
Where can you put filler on your face?
How Can Dermal Fillers Enhance My Appearance?
- Smooth out lines around nose and mouth (a.k.a. marionette lines, smile lines, and parentheses)
- Enhance & restore volume to sunken cheeks or temples.
- Diminish vertical lip lines.
- Plump & enhance the lips.
- Smooth out a chin crease.
- Improve symmetry among facial features.