Dermal Fillers

Erase lines and rebuild facial contours instantly with Restylane, Radiesse or Juvederm.

Before and after photos of dermal filler patients

Fast and effective dermal fillers can replace the volume your skin used to have in a matter of minutes! Say bye-bye to laugh lines, sagging and wrinkles, with practically no downtime.

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As we age, not only does our skin produce progressively less collagen, we also lose some of the fat that lies under the skin. Bottom line, we lose volume, and our weaker older skin simply sags.

What are Dermal Fillers?

With today’s fast and effective dermal fillers, such as Restylane, Radiesse and Juvederm, it’s never been easier to replace missing volume, and erase wrinkles or sculpt sagging skin. Fill in those laugh lines, or give your jaw or cheekbones a more youthful look. All in a matter or minutes, and with practically no downtime. Pick your perfect dermal filler, and let AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare work the magic!

How Dermal Fillers Help Aging Skin

As people age, the skin progressively continues to produce less and less collagen, causing their skin to thin. Ideally, the patient’s own natural physiological processes can stimulate the production of new collagen to reverse thinning. Additionally, the remaining collagen continues to deteriorate due to age and sun damage. This contributes to the loss of elasticity and structural integrity of the collagen and causes sagging and wrinkling.

Dermal fillers are carefully injected under the skin to correct the lines and wrinkles

Dermal fillers are carefully injected under the skin to correct the lines and wrinkles

How Dermal Fillers Help Loss of Volume

With age many people also lose fat under the skin, (subcutaneous fat). This causes the face to lose volume, which changes the shape and contour of the face.   Even when the SpectraLift Non-Surgical FaceLift has repaired the collagen, thereby regenerating it, the changes of shape and contour due to the loss of fat will persist.

AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare has a variety of dermal fillers designed to specifically and effectively address this loss of volume. They bring about the youthful and healthy facial contours that each patient desires.

The Different Types of Dermal Fillers

All the following dermal fillers are composed of substances that naturally occur in the body. They do not pose risk of allergic reactions or rejections.


Restylane is a synthetic dermal filler

Restylane is a synthetic dermal filler

Restylane is a synthetically manufactured injectable dermal filler gel. This FDA-approved dermal filler is capable of restoring facial volume, creating a softer facial look, and revitalizing the face’s overall appearance.

Restylane is synthetic which minimizes the risk of animal-based disease transmissions and/or the development of allergic reactions to animal proteins. Nevertheless, Restylane still has the ability to directly enhance your skin’s natural reserve of hyaluronic acid – adding volume, removing wrinkles, and re-sculpting facial features.

A typical Restylane procedure takes about 45 minutes to complete and is associated with having only minimal downtime. Although results may vary, the patient can instantly see facial appearance improvement, and will usually last for about 6 months.


Radiesse is considered a “sub-dermal” filler

Radiesse is considered a “sub-dermal” filler

Radiesse is an injectable “sub-dermal” filler gel formulated from a naturally occurring substance – calcium hydroxylapatite – that is FDA-approved. It is capable of diminishing the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles around the nose, mouth, and eyes. Calcium hydroxylapatite is completely natural. This means that it does not carry the risk of allergic reactions. Additionally, it does not need to undergo testing for animal-based disease transmissions.

Specialists consider Radiesse a “sub-dermal” filler that works to remove wrinkles from below the skin’s surface. This does not only replace lost volume creating a “plumped up” appearance of the face, but also encourages the production of new collagen. When injected, Radiesse is “laid-down” in a manner resembling a scaffold. This promotes collagen cells to naturally and optimally grow around it.

Although results may vary, a typical Radiesse procedure will provide an immediately noticeable younger appearance of the patient’s face. Results usually lasts for 12 to 18 months.


Juvederm is made of all natural hyaluronic acid

Juvederm is made of all natural hyaluronic acid

Juvederm is an injectable dermal filler gel formulated from a substance that naturally occurs within your skin – hyaluronic acid – that is FDA-approved. It is capable of effectively removing wrinkles as well as hydrating and replenishing volume to the patient’s face.

Because hyaluronic acid is all-natural, meaning that it is neither derived from animals sources nor tested on animals, no allergy or animal-based disease transmission tests need to be performed prior to injection with this dermal filler.

Makers of Juvéderm manufacture it through a unique process. This process gives the injectable gel the highest concentration of cross-linked hyaluronic acid amongst the available FDA-approved dermal fillers. (Unlike Juvéderm, other dermal fillers are made through a process which creates granular consistency gels). This means that not only will it provide the longest lasting results, but it was also create an incredibly smooth and natural look and feel to your face.

If you’re starting to see age lines you don’t like, the above dermal fillers can help you in your quest to fight the aging process. 

Before and after dermal fillers under the eyes

Before and after dermal fillers under the eyes

Treatment with Dermal Fillers

Getting an injectable treatment isn’t as simple as showing up, laying down, closing your eyes and waiting for results. Like all treatments, it is important to prepare and know that there are a few simple steps you should take before having your injectable treatments.

1. Avoid vitamin E, St. John’s wort, ibuprofen, aspirin and other anti-inflammatories for 10 days to two weeks before your injections, unless otherwise directed by your doctor. Avoiding these will reduce swelling and bruising.

2. If you are seeing a new physician, it’s important to notify your injector of the last time you had any injections, what was injected and specifically where. Not all injectables mix well, so be thorough.

3. Do not undergo injections if you are intoxicated or under the influence of any controlled substance. 

4. If you are prone to cold sores, notify your doctor in advance. A prescription of anti-herpes medication can prevent a post-injection outbreak.

5. Don’t plan your treatment within a day or two of an important event. You may have visible swelling and bruising that not even a great concealer can hide.

Authored by Dr. Asher Milgrom | Reviewed by Dr. Alice Pien | Last updated:  

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