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Fillers Specialist

RAOOF MD Dermatology -  - Internal Medicine

RAOOF MD Dermatology

Internists & Dermatologists located in Encino, CA

Is your face beginning or sag or droop? Do you feel that your face is maturing faster than your age? Or do you want to add extra volume to your lips, cheeks, chin, or jaw? Fillers can be used to add volume and contour your face so you look more fresh, plump, and refined. If you reside in the San Fernando Valley or Greater Los Angeles Area, come see us for a consultation at RAOOF MD Dermatology in Encino, CA to discuss your aesthetic goals and dermatology procedures to achieve them.

Fillers Q & A

What are dermal fillers?

Yes, in addition to Botox and comparable injectables, Encino area patients are able to take advantage of a range of dermal fillers. Dermal fillers are specialized injections directed at smoothing and plumping the facial skin to give patients a natural-looking, youthful appearance. Because the volume of the face declines as you age, the skin looks creased, wrinkled, and thin. Dermal fillers restore the volume of the face and reduce lines and wrinkles. Fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, Bellafill, and Radiesse are all offered at RAOOF MD Dermatology.

Dermal fillers are specialized injections that are directed at smoothing and plumping the face to give patients a natural-looking and youthful appearance. Dermal fillers provide volume to areas that have lost support due to natural aging, like the cheeks and lips. Fillers can last anywhere from three months to two years. At RAOOF MD we have a wide variety of dermal fillers including Juvederm, Revanesse, Restylane, Bellafill, Radiesse, Revanse, and more. Make your appointment for a consultation at RAOOF MD Dermatology in Encino, CA to discuss which dermal filler is right for you.

What is the difference between injectables and fillers?

Botox and similar injectables are made of a neurotoxin with the goal of softening wrinkles by blocking the nerve action in a given area. Injectables are mostly used near muscles that cause wrinkle formation. Fillers, however, are made a variety of different solutions—some are already found in the body—that are injected into areas with lines and wrinkles to smooth them out.

Fillers are made of a variety of different solutions - some already found in the body like hyaluronic acid. Fillers are injected into areas that have volume loss to help plump the area.