Best Filler for Cheeks 2020
As the years go by, our face and neck typically show visible signs of aging with deep wrinkling and sagging skin. In recent years, injectable cosmetic treatments have taken the industry by storm. Dermal fillers provide the same illusion of a defined, facial structure that otherwise expensive and invasive implants or surgeries would give. This temporary injectable is a great modern alternative for procedures of the past. Looking ahead for the best filler for your cheeks in 2020? We have you covered!
What Are Cheek Fillers?
Cheek Fillers are non-invasive, non-surgical injectable treatment options for adding volume and lift above or around your cheekbones.
About Cheek Fillers
Depending on the injection type, dermal fillers can last anywhere between 6 months to 2 years! Facial fillers erase deep wrinkles and creases, plump lips and cheeks, and correct facial scarring. In addition, after injecting, cheek fillers can be modified to your desire by shaping or adding additional filler. In return, you get great, quick results.
Most Popular Cheek Fillers
Best Filler For Cheeks 2020
Here at NLIMedSpa, we’ve seen a trend in both client and nurse preference for the best fillers for cheeks in 2020. By popular opinion and use, Juvederm and Restylane top our list! These injections both have quick, onset results with a hyaluronic acid-base. Hyaluronic acid is a natural sugar found in the human body that helps keep skin moist and looking fresh. Similarly, when injecting these fillers beneath the skin you replenish what’s been naturally depleted as we age. As a result, filling deep lines and creases where wrinkles have taken place. Whichever you choose, both have their own perks! However, follow-up appointments are always needed to maintain results.
- Juvederm is a family of injectable dermal fillers. All of the injectables have their advantages for treating different areas of the skin. Juvederm is a softer, thinner gel injection.
- Restylane was the first hyaluronic acid filler approved by the FDA. It is also in its own family of dermal fillers, offering results similar to Juvederm. Restylane has a thicker consistency to its injection.
After Treatment Care
Cheek fillers typically have little to no side effects or risks. As a result, the recovery time is quick. The majority of patients can resume their regular daily activities immediately. You will want to avoid sleeping or resting on your cheeks and exercise or strenuous activities for at least 48 hours after injections. This allows your cheek filler to set in place and take its shape. Above all, to avoid infection at all costs don’t touch your face and keep it clean and dry.
Common Side Effects
Less Common Side Effects
- Leaking filler
- Tissue death
- Vision Loss
- Injury to veins and arteries in cheeks
Interested in learning more about injectable cosmetics or why we love Juvederm and Restylane as the best filler for cheeks in 2020? We offer your choice of virtual consultations from the comfort of your home or in-person complimentary consults. Click here to schedule yours!
Louis J. Silberman is the CEO and Co-Founder of National Laser Institute, the pioneer of the medical aesthetics training industry and one of the largest educators in the country.