What is ”ideal beauty”? In order, to sculpt beautiful and healthy faces we make use of the Golden ratio (Phi) – an ancient Greek mathematical formula to measure facial symmetry, proportion, and facial mapping. Aesthetic physicians place dermal fillers in strategic positions for facial enhancement to recreate proportions to recreate the Golden Ration of Phi in facial beauty.
There are many kind of Dermal Fillers, most aesthetic physicians use Hyaluronic Acid as it is much safer and the effects are reversible if absolutely necessary.
It is a non-invasive procedure with little to no down time.
Dermal Fillers are one of the most popular aesthetic procedures today
Uses for dermal fillers:
- Enhance the lips
- Cheek augmentation/lift
- Brow lift to diminish fine lines
- Perioral wrinkles such as smokers’ lines and nasolabial folds (extending from side of the nose to the mouth)
- Reshape the nose
- Correct hollow tear troughs
- Rejuvenate hands
- Chin augmentation
- Redefining the jaw lines
- Marionette lines
- Ice-pick acne scars
Over time, there is natural loss of volume is certain areas of the face, e.g.: age related mid-face volume loss. Dermal Fillers are used beneath the skin to restore age-related volume loss.
To restore youthfulness and beauty, we as aesthetic physicians need to be cognisant of the very delicate ratio mentioned above to achieve the desire result. To plan the facial enhancement and restore the inverted triangle of youth which is lost as we age.
Once the filler is injected into the skin, the results are almost immediate and the volumisation continues due to the nature of Hyaluronic Acid. Dermal Filler is a natural substance used to create the Golden Ratio of Phi in Facial Beauty