New Dermal Filler Technique Produces Photoshop-Like Results

dermal-filler-new-technique-south-carolinaDermal fillers and cosmetic injectables are traditionally used to add volume, reduce moderate to severe wrinkles, and fill deep creases; however, fine lines often prove difficult to treat. When placed closer to the surface of the skin—called the dermis—injectables can leave unsightly bumps or discolorations, something most patients wish to avoid. Dr. Ram Kalus, our Charleston plastic surgeon, has refined his own non-surgical injection technique to reduce signs of fine lines that can generally produce amazing Photoshop-like effects that can make wrinkles virtually disappear.

Injectable facial rejuvenation is a complex process; however, by diluting the dermal filler solution with local anesthetic, it’s possible to remain closer to the skin’s surface, meticulously smoothing the fine lines and creases that were traditionally inaccessible—almost like an eraser. At the same time, Dr. Kalus is able to limit patient discomfort with the addition of the local anesthetic. The benefits of this innovative technique are:

  • Results are immediate
  • Quick procedure
  • Minimal discomfort
  • Non-surgical rejuvenation
  • Effective for fine lines, deep creases, and wrinkles
  • Little to no downtime

Dr. Kalus emphasizes this technique can be performed using a variety of dermal fillers and cosmetic injectables, including popular options such as hyaluronic acid-based fillers like JUVÉDERM, Restylane®, Perlane®, Belotero®, and JUVÉDERM VOLUMA.

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To learn more about Dr. Kalus’ new dermal filler technique, or to schedule a consultation for non-surgical aesthetic enhancement, please contact our office today.

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