Injectable fillers, commonly known as liquid facelifts, are the most popular way to produce facelift-like results without any surgical procedures. Thousands of people receive injectable fillers every year to relieve a variety of cosmetic concerns including wrinkles, scars, thin lips, and more.

If you’re interested in learning more about injectable fillers, a good place to start is learning more about each different type of injectable filler available to you.


As one of the most popular fillers, it’s no surprise that Juvederm is also one of the most versatile! If you suffer from frown lines, nasolabial folds, crow’s feet, or thin lips, Juvedem might be a great option for you. While it’s man made, Juvederm contains hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring carbohydrate found in human tissue.


Sculptra is a synthetic material obtained from natural sources that is different from other fillers in that you won’t be able to notice the results immediately. Once you do, though, you won’t regret it. While it may take a few treatments depending on your symptoms and your skin type, Sculptra works well to provide long-lasting results in treating skin folds, hollowed cheeks, sunken eyes, and more.


Radiesse is a biocompatible, non-toxic, non-allergenic filler that is designed to restore volume in your mid to lower face. It’s best known for its treatment of sagging in the cheeks and jawline that occurs with age.  


It’s possible that you have heard of Restylane before, as it has been one of the most prominently used fillers on the market for over ten years. Restylane is best known for its ability to maintain a natural look while reducing signs of aging such as wrinkles and sagging.

Different fillers are more receptive to different needs. If you are interested in talking to an expert to learn more about what filler may work best for you, schedule a consultation online or call us at 215-503-FACE to learn more!

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