Valuing Hyaluronic Acid In Medicine & Aesthetics
Dermal fillers have changed everything. For women who want to look younger, fillers are a dream come true. No knives. No irreversible results. Just bio-compatible volume.
With so much choice on the market, sticking to popular brands has always been the safest choice for many. But digging deep into other innovative solutions should definitely be considered. The hidden talent of Swiss, Korean, Swedish Laboratories should not be overlooked, which is why at Dermal Filler Supplier we stock fillers originating from all over the globe.
Fillers are not just diverse in the above ways, but in their treatments and ways they are administered. Different injection techniques give varying results depending on the required results.
The right filler should be used by practitioners to address the right indications. Hyaluronic acid in itself can have so many characteristics and each patient is different.
Naturally, Hyaluronic acid is in each and every one of us, even in bacteria. It is there inside our skin, belonging to us. The highest concentration of HA is found in our skin, whilst the highest content of HA is found in synovial fluid, umbilical cords and then the eye. Fillers are a way of topping up the existing or diminishing HA within our extracellular matrix.
Some of the most well-known properties of Hyaluronic Acid include:
- High molecular mass
- Unique biological properties
- Unique viscoelastic properties
- Unique rheology
No wonder it’s used in so many medical products for clinical purposes for cancer treatment and aesthetic use.
Did you know it also plays a significant role as a drug delivery agent, as well as a gene therapy vector?
It’s also used in neurosurgery and ophthalmological surgery. Surgeons use it daily to reconstruct soft tissue and healing wounds.
When it comes to dermal filling, HA doesn’t just increase volume, it helps boost cell proliferation and repairing existing tissue. Results are so natural looking that fillers are in extremely high demand and very popular.
Their reversibility is thanks to the enzyme hyaluronidase which digests HA making it extremely biocompatible and safe.
With so many factors that determine how a HA filler will perform, there is not one filler (size) that fits all. Factors include cross linked or uncross-linked HA and overall particle size variations.