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Do you need Botox or Fillers? As explained by an injection clinic

Updated: Jan 10

Botox injections and dermal fillers are two of the most common face enhancement procedures offered by our injection clinic. Both procedures involve injecting medicated substances into specific parts of the face to improve facial appearance. However, botox and dermal fillers are used for different purposes. If you plan on enhancing your facial features using a non-surgical option, then injections are an excellent option.


However, before deciding between botox and dermal fillers, you have to understand what outcomes each option produces. At Vanish Clinic, we always encourage our customers to schedule appointments before getting a facial injection procedure. An appointment lets us understand the customer's expectations and suggest the right injection type.


If you want more information about these two common types of facial injections, then keep reading. We will explain the differences between botox and fillers to help you understand which option is suitable.



Similarities between fillers and botox injections


Botox injections and dermal fillers are always available at the same clinic. In addition, they are both administered via injection by an Aesthetic Nurse Injector that is available at Vanish Clinic to handle all dermal injections.


Differences between dermal fillers and botox


Injection clinics, including us at Vanish Clinic, offer dermal fillers and botox as an alternative to surgical facial enhancement procedures. Both dermal fillers and botox treat lines and wrinkles on various parts of the face. Both of these treatments' fundamental purpose is to reverse the onset of aging and enhance facial features.

Not to mention both of these procedures involve injecting medically approved material into the layers of skin. However, that is where the similarities between the two approaches end, and the differences become apparent. Here are the significant differences between fillers and botox injections:


Dermal fillers


Injectable dermal fillers are called soft tissue fillers because injection clinics inject them below the skin surface. As the name suggests, this procedure is meant to fill below the skin to add volume to specific areas. The most common uses of dermal fillers include plumping up the lips, cheeks, and other facial features.


That said, dermal fillers are only limited to certain parts of the face. Using fillers on body parts other than the face is not recommended, as they are only approved for facial applications. There is a wide range of dermal fillers available; however, Revanesse, Radiesse, and Restylane are considered the safest.


At Vanish Clinic, we only use these approved fillers to ensure the safety of our customers. Not to mention high-quality lip fillers give the best results possible.



Botox


Botulinum Toxin, more commonly known as Botox injections, has been around for decades, and it is a proven method for removing wrinkles and fine lines from the face. However, unlike dermal fillers, they don't add volume to your facial features and should never be used for plumping up lips and other parts of the face.


Botox is a neurotoxin that needs to be administered in the correct quantities in specific areas of the face to be effective. Injecting botox above the recommended amounts can be dangerous. Therefore you have to ensure that the botox injection contains the precise quantity of neurotoxin to achieve the desired appearance.


While dermal fillers fill up and physically raise the skin where applied botox works by blocking nerve signals to specific muscles of your face. Once the facial muscles are paralyzed, they can't produce the appearance of wrinkles.


Our expert staff carefully selects the muscles that need to be frozen using botox to achieve a smooth, wrinkle-free face. We only use authorized neurotoxins to ensure the procedure is safe and risk-free for our customers.


Botox vs. dermal fillers which one is right for you?


Now that you know the differences between botox and dermal fillers, you are ready to understand which treatment option would work best for your situation. While both of these procedures effectively enhance your appearance, the choice between botox and fillers depends upon the area of treatment and the goals you want to achieve.


Generally, fillers treat wrinkles and lines that are visible when your face is at rest and not making any expressions.


On the other hand, botox effectively treats lines that appear when you are smiling or making any movement using your facial muscles.


Similarly, fillers are the way to go if your goal is to enhance the size of your lips or cheeks to lift or add volume. Dermal fillers do a great job raising the skin by filling up the area underneath the skin.


On the other hand, botox can't increase the size or change the shape of your face.

In addition, if you are trying to prevent wrinkles from getting more prominent and visible, you can use botox as a preventative measure.


In comparison, dermal fillers are almost always used to improve specific parts of the face and remove wrinkles at rest but aren't generally used as a preventative measure.


When customers inquire about getting a facial injection, we look at several factors before determining the right option. We encourage our customers to schedule a free consultation so we can evaluate your situation, understand your appearance goals, and ultimately suggest whether you should get botox or dermal filler injections.


There are certain situations where dermal injections can not be administered, and we also help you understand what you can expect after the procedure.


Conclusion


Botox and dermal fillers are the most common injections you can get at any injection clinic. However, people find it challenging to choose the treatment option that suits them best.


Now that you have read this article, you should be able to distinguish between botox and dermal fillers and the recommended applications of both procedures.


With that said, both fillers and botox have their advantages and disadvantages. Only an expert can understand the proper dosage and the correct location to use the injections, so if you are planning on getting botox or fillers done, look no further than Vanish Clinic. We have a dedicated nurse to handle aesthetic injections.


Schedule a free consultation today to understand which dermal injection is best for you.



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