Hyaluronic acid is part of our skin, so it is perfectly acceptable when it is infiltrated. It is currently the most widely used and indicated filler material as it is a safe and effective product of biosynthetic origin.
Hyaluronic acid and facial aesthetics
In oral surgery, its application may be indicated to facilitate the wound healing process, repair and tissue regeneration of the gums and oral mucosa. It also prevents microorganisms and irritants from coming into contact with the wound surface, thereby reducing the risk of infection.
As the skin ages, there is less regeneration of skin cells and a decrease in subcutaneous cellular tissue.
The collagen fibres of the skin lose elasticity with age and decrease, producing a dry, wrinkled skin without elasticity, leading to the appearance of wrinkles, mainly the so-called wrinkles caused by laughter, crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles and wrinkles around the lips.
In aesthetic medicine where women and men pursue beauty and aesthetics, stabilised hyaluronic acid is a modern implant developed in Sweden, which aims to increase the volume of the lips and fill facial wrinkles.
With a simple technique, the wrinkle is filled or areas that need to gain volume are marked. With the advantage of being an effective and immediate treatment, without the constancy and the scarce visible effects of many cosmetics. It is not an uncomfortable process as local anaesthesia is applied beforehand.
What is it particularly suitable for?
Blurring the unsightly “barcode”.
Give volume and outline the shape of your lips.
Of course, this treatment should only be performed by specialised medical or dental practitioners.
Lip contouring, lip augmentation or filling and facial wrinkles are carried out by aesthetic doctors using a totally biocompatible and biodegradable gel that acts against wrinkles and creates volume in those areas where there has been a loss of hyaluronic acid inherent to the body.
As it is a natural product, over time the implant is absorbed by the body without any side effects, transforming into water and carbon dioxide.