BELLAFILL® IN CORONA, CA
A long lasting filler for acne scars and volume loss
Bellafill® is a long lasting, injectable filler composed of collagen and polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) microspheres. It is FDA approved for the correction of lower face wrinkles called nasolabial folds (or smile lines) and provides a great treatment solution for acne scars. As an injectable product it is distinctive – the injected collagen immediately adds volume to lift depressions and soften wrinkles while the PMMA microspheres support your own collagen growth over time. Patients see visible correction from the very first treatment. As the injected collagen will gradually deplete over time, the microspheres provide benefit for up to five years.
WHERE CAN BELLAFILL BE PLACED?
Bellafill is injected painlessly with a very tiny needle and can treat any of the following areas:
- Acne scars
- Nasolabial folds
- Marionette lines
- Deep smile lines
- Temporal hollowness
WHAT IS THE GOAL OF A BELLAFILL TREATMENT?
With Bellafill, we aim to restore the youthful features and appearance of each patient’s face. Bellafill helps accomplish this goal by softening the appearance of scars, enhancing jaw definition, and volumizing the cheek and chin areas. This is all done with a filler that offers the potential of a permanent result, which is an exciting breakthrough in cosmetic medicine.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM BELLAFILL?
Really anyone with an aging face that has experience a loss of facial volume, has started to develop temporal hollowness and/or has developed sagging, flattened cheeks and/or chin will definitely benefit.
HOW MANY SESSIONS OF BELLAFILL ARE RECOMMENDED FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS?
The first step in a Bellafill treatment is actually a skin test to confirm that the patient will not have an allergic reaction to the filler. If after one week the patient has not shown signs of a reaction, the actual injection then follows within 30 days of the skin test. Most patients will experience optimal results after one treatment, depending on the severity of the scars, lines or hollow areas being treated. Touch up treatments thereafter are determined by the patient’s goals and expectations.