Everyone wants to avoid growing older, but it is inevitable. With the help of a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon, however, many adult men and women can achieve and maintain a more youthful look well into their later years. With solutions such as dermal fillers, neuromodulators, and collagen stimulators, along with cosmetic plastic surgery, there are various ways to combat the signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles. At Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center, patients often visit with Drs. Martin Zaiac and Nardo Zaias to find out more about minimally invasive options for aging skin such as dermal fillers. But how young is too young?
What are dermal fillers?
Drs. Martain Zaiac and Nardo Zaias describe dermal fillers as cosmetic injectables that can be used by patients to directly fill lines and wrinkles on the skin to smooth their appearance and reduce their noticeability. Dermal fillers are often formulated of hyaluronic acid, which attracts water molecules and is in a carrier gel that fills deep folds such as the nasolabial folds. Dermal fillers are known for being a relatively simple and affordable way to address the early signs of aging without the need for invasive plastic surgeries such as brow lifts or facelifts.
Am I too young for dermal fillers?
Times are changing, and now, we see many patients in their late 20’s and early 30’s taking a proactive approach to the signs of aging. Any adult patient who is a good candidate for dermal fillers, regardless of age, may find them to be a viable solution for their unique needs. During a consultation appointment, patients can find out if dermal fillers can provide the results they desire.
Are you considering dermal fillers at a younger age?
There is no “perfect age” to have dermal fillers and other cosmetic injectables administered by a dermatological professional. Drs. Martin Zaiac and Nardo Zaias of the Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center work routinely with patients in their 20’s and 30’s who are thinking of combating the early signs of aging with injectable treatments. Call the main office at (305) 532-4478 to request an appointment at any one of our two office locations in Miami Beach and Hallandale Beach to find out if you are a proper candidate.