Different Types of Dermal Fillers




There are different types of fillers. One of them is called Calcium Hydroxide. Dr. Deborah Longwill, Dermatologist at Baptist Health South Florida, says doctors are using it for lifting and giving structure. “It’s a wonderful product, very few allergies to it, and it lasts about a year. We’re also using it for the atrophy in the hand, because there’s aging in the hands, it’s not just in the face,” she explains.

Another type is Hyaluronic Acid. The doctor says patients look very nice and smooth when they place them in the skin.

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