We use the term “injectable” to refer to any type of injection, but here we will specifically be referring to cosmetic injectables.
Cosmetic injectables are non-invasive and are used to help reduce wrinkles and fine lines while boosting collagen production.
There are many types of cosmetic injections but the most popular include fillers and anti-wrinkle injections. Cosmetic injectables or dermal fillers have many uses.
As we age, the skin loses its elasticity and becomes thinner, which can cause it to lose firmness. There are several factors that contribute to this natural ageing process, including:
- Loss of collagen and elastin
- Collagen and elastin are proteins that give our skin its strength and elasticity.
- As we age, our body produces less of these proteins, leading to a loss of firmness and elasticity.
- The constant pull of gravity on our skin over time can cause it to sag and droop.
- Sun damage
- Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can damage the collagen and elastin in our skin, leading to premature ageing.
- Some people may be genetically predisposed to loose skin, due to factors such as a lack of natural skin elasticity.
- Lifestyle factors
- Poor diet, smoking, and alcohol consumption can also contribute to skin ageing and loss of firmness.
Not only can injectables help plump up the thinning tissue so that you have a smoother-looking complexion but they can also smooth fine lines are wrinkles helping give your skin a fresher, natural appearance.
What can cosmetic injections do for me?
Below we have included some of the most common uses for Cosmetic Injections.
- Deep lines and facial wrinkles.
- The appearance of ‘tear troughs’ or crow’s feet around the eyelid area
- Forehead worry lines.
- Crows feet or marionette lines.
- Plump up lips to restore lip volume.
- Enhance cheekbones that may have atrophied with age.
- They can also revive your skin from having a worried or overly-tired appearance.
Cosmetic injection treatments can help you achieve smoother skin around your; eyes, mouth, lips and forehead. Furthermore, it can enhance your lips for a fuller or plumper appearance and reduce lines around your nose or mouth – creating a more radiant smile with fewer tell-tale laugh lines.
Benefits of Cosmetic Injectables
There are many benefits to Anti-wrinkle injections and Dermal Filler, some of the benefits include;
- Instantly rejuvenates and plumps up skin.
- Increases collagen production, which results in a reduction in the appearance of wrinkles.
- It can also dramatically reduce the signs of ageing.
- Wrinkles and dark circles can diminish.
- Reduce the size of your pores will decrease.
- Minimal to no downtime.
All though Dr Patrick Briggs does not do Injectable treatments Coco Ruby, where Dr Briggs consults with patients has great skin team including; Sandra Wallace (Senior Injector), Peta (Dermal Clinician) and Jessie Anderson (Injector RN) they can help you with;
Dr Patrick Briggs Melbourne
Dr Patrick Briggs FRACS (Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons) is a Specialist Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon.
Both he and his team are dedicated to patient care and are committed to treating each and every patient with respect and privacy.
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What to Bring to Your Consultation
- If you like, please bring a friend or relative to help discuss the information and your choices.
- Take a lot of notes and thoroughly examine the documents your surgeon provides.
- You may need to undress so it’s a good idea to wear simple clothes.
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