As men and women hit the age of thirty, they will begin to notice the natural progression of aging. Fine lines and wrinkles will form on the skin due to increased skin laxity, caused by the loss of collagen and elastin. However, just because your age is beginning to show doesn’t mean you can’t do anything about it! At Romo Plastic Surgery, patients in and around the area of New York, NY can speak with a professional about non-surgical options for aging skin, including the use of cosmetic dermal fillers.
What is a dermal filler?
A dermal filler is an aesthetic injectable that is used to achieve a more youthful appearance. Dr. Thomas Romo III and his team of professionals work closely with patients to help them understand how these injectables work. Dermal fillers are hyaluronic acid gels that the doctor can inject directly into the wrinkles and folds of concern. They attract water, allowing the areas to fill and smoothing the skin’s texture while erasing the signs of aging. We offer two types of dermal fillers in our office including Restylane and Juvederm.
How long do injections last?
Restylane and Juvederm often last many months before patients will begin to notice their imperfections coming back. At this point, patients can return to Romo Plastic Surgery for reinjection of their favorite hyaluronic acid gel. When patients maintain their injection appointments, they can continue to maintain the results while also slowing the natural changes that occur in the skin as they age. While we cannot stop aging, we can definitely slow it down with cosmetic enhancements such as these.
What are the benefits of dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are:
Contact Romo Plastic Surgery today!
If you are ready to discuss cosmetic injectables with a professional, we encourage you to book an appointment to speak with Dr. Thomas Romo III about your needs. Contact our office at (212) 288-1500 and visit in New York, NY at 135 East 74th Street. We welcome new and existing patients interested in cosmetic enhancement of their face and body with today’s surgical and non-surgical options.