What is the future in hyaluronic acid fillers? New from Paris Conference

The question about the future of hyaluronic acid fillers really comes down to……..how can we revolumize an aging face so that it looks natural?   One problem with current fillers that we have ALL seen is the over filled, over stuffed, face looks stiff look.  There IS a point where there is too much volume and a woman’s/man’s  features start to look disproportionate.

Part of the answer may be the qualities of the fillers themselves.   Several newer HA fillers available in Europe, but not the US still, have more FLEX to them so that they move when the face moves.   Makes sense.

Paying attention to facial dynamism makes sense.   We want a natural shape AND natural movement when laughing, talking, smiling etc.

Dr. I

IMCAS Paris Conference on Skin

IMCAS Paris Conference on Skin

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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