Different types of dermal fillers are available and the latest advances include Belotero, a new, useful form of dermal fillers. The Belotero range of fillers includes different types that are based on hyaluronic acid and can be used to improve signs of aging such as fine lines and severe folds. This page discusses Belotero fillers in detail. Continue to check benefits, side effects, procedures, costs, etc.
What are Belotero Fillers?
This treatment can take 15 to 60 minutes and can be performed on the lips, cheeks, around the eyes, nose, and chin. The people who try this technique observe an immediate improvement and the final results appear shortly after that.
Depending on the type used and the area being treated, Belotero lasts from 6 to 18 months. It was approved by the FDA in 2011 and its recommended use includes filling in moderate to severe nasolabial folds (laugh lines). Some of its notable types are:
- Belotero Soft
- Belotero Basic
- Belotero Intense
- Belotero Volume
People who have it normally benefit from the following:
- An overall improvement in facial appearance
- There are no major side effects and risks
- The person feels more happy and confident
- The laugh lines disappear or become less noticeable
It is suitable for most people with facial lines. You can be a good candidate for this treatment if:
- You have nasolabial folds (laugh lines)
- You are not allergic to such medications
- You want to look younger than your age
These Belotero fillers are similar to that of different other dermal fillers available and there are no major or long-term side effects. Some mild and short-term side effects can be:
Common Side Effects:
Less Common Side Effects:
- Dry lips
- Lumps and bumps
- Hardening of the skin
Rare Cases Side Effects:
- Permanent scarring
The gel-like liquid is injected into the target area through a tiny syringe. Before starting the treatment, the injection sites will be cleaned and marked to ensure precision.
These tiny injections do not generally cause much pain because Belotero contains lidocaine that numbs the target area. The whole process can take at least 15 minutes.
You can have it to restore facial contours in Dubai. It can do the following to the following areas:
- It can plump your lips
- It can fill forehead wrinkles
- It can correct under-eye bags
- It can correct small nose bumps
- It can treat some types of acne scars
- It can contour your cheeks and jawline
- It can fill in lines around your mouth nose, and eyes
Preparation & Aftercare
There is no need to prepare for this treatment in general but you should share your medical history with the professional. Do discuss with your provider if you have ever had reactions to such medications. You need to share with your doctor if you are taking any medications.
If you feel pain in any area, you can apply a cold pack to that site. Though the treatment is minimally invasive and non-surgical, the person will have to take care after having Belotero fillers in Dubai. Do not do the following for 24 hours:
- Sun exposure
- Excessive heat
- Strenuous activity
- Alcoholic beverages
- Aspirin and painkillers
Belotero Fillers FAQ’s
How long does Belotero filler last?
The results are different for different individuals. It also depends on the amount of acid used and the purpose of treatment. The results usually last for 6 months.
Is Belotero better than Juvederm?
Both juvederm and belotero are good for different purposes. Juvederm is good to deal with very deep wrinkles and severe lines. Belotero is good for filling fine lines and face folds.
Is Belotero a good filler?
Yes, belotero is a very good dermal filler. It’s used for reducing the appearance of skin folds and fine lines. It also adds volume and smoothens skin surface.
Is Belotero better than Restylane?
Both belotero and restylane are acid-based fillers, but experts believe that belotero is still a better option for fine line reduction. It perfectly works on top of deep fillers and is also easy to layer.
What is Belotero good for?
Belotero is good for reducing the appearance of fine lines and skin folds. This technique is mostly used to enhance the appearance of nose, lips, cheeks, and area around the eyes.
This treatment is tailored to individual needs and so the cost varies from one person to another. An important point to mention here is that medical insurance does not cover this treatment because it is performed on an aesthetic basis. Its cost depends on the following factors:
- The type of Belotero used
- The number of treatment sessions
- The required amount for treatment
- The geographical location of the provider
- The experience and reputation of the specialist
If you have a health insurance plan, you should ask them about their rules about their policy about cosmetic treatments. It is not too expensive and a person with an average income can afford it. To know how much you will have to pay for it, you should consult a professional in your city.
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