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Although we do supply information here we suggest that you do your own research to obtain full information. The information provided here is considered to be generic; it represents non-biased information found from information resources, manufacturer websites, as well as the experience and knowledge of our medical advisors. There are many opinions in this arena as to the best product, the best treatment techniques and best ways and areas to use each product. Based on this we provide only basic information and suggest that you discuss, in detail, the specific treatment recommendations of your chosen injector for your unique case.
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As the term implies "injectables" is the commonly used term to describe a group of medical products that are injected into the skin to cause a cosmetic effect. They are also referred to "dermal fillers" or "facial filler" as this is where they are most commonly used.
"Injectors" is the term referring to those medical professional that have expertise in the use and application of "injectables". There are several types of injectables and many diverse uses of them. Please see the other topics listed here for more information and detailed explanations.
Basically injectables are broken into two groups; fillers & neuromodulators. The well-known product Botox is the prototype of the neuromodulator group along with a few newer products recently.
Fillers are injected to plump (or fill) up the skin, mostly in the lower 2/3 of the face, to treat (or soften) facial lines, wrinkles, depressions and defects. Fillers add "volume" to the face where supportive tissue has been lost.
Neuromodulators are injected into facial muscles to decrease or stop their movements (contracting), mostly in the upper 1/3 of the face, that are responsible for the underlying cause of upper face lines and wrinkles.
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