Hyaluronic acid injection

Dental surgeons have the ability to make injections of hyaluronic acid hyaluronic acid around the oral sphere and at the level of the lower floor of the face (lips and nasolabial furrows).

Hyaluronic acid injection

When improving the aesthetics of the smile, it is important to take into account the teeth themselves, their shape, their position, their tint, but also the entire perioral region that is to say the lips and their immediate environment. Hyaluronic acid injections are part of a therapeutic framework.

Indeed, the aging of the tissues is responsible for a decrease in the volume of the lips and the appearance of wrinkles, folds and areas of shade.

Naturally present in the skin, hyaluronic acid ensures its hydration, elasticity and firmness.

Used in injectable form, it can restore volume to the lips, or simply fill the wrinkles around them.

Hyaluronic acid chosen by our firm is a product of non-animal origin, biocompatible, natural and absorbable after about 12 months.

What is hyaluronic acid?

This molecule of the family of polysaccharides (or sugars) is known since 1934. Naturally present in the body, it is one of the essential components of the skin.

Hyaluronic acid synthesized in the body tends to decrease in quality and deteriorate in quality during the time when a progressive drying of the skin and appearance of wrinkles, symbols of aging.

In injection in the form of transparent and homogeneous visco elastic gel, hyaluronic acid is an excellent moisturizer. Its ability to retain water gives it its highly moisturizing power and contributes to its tone: it retains water in the skin and prevents dehydration. Thus, it gives back to the skin all its elasticity and makes it luscious. Hyaluronic acid also has antioxidant properties, especially against solar radiation.

The results are immediate and natural. At the end of the session, your wrinkles will disappear but the final result is optimal 10 days after the procedure. The results are different from person to person, depending on the age, the area treated, whether you are a smoker or not, or your degree of exposure to the sun.

How is hyaluronic acid used?

By injection, in nasolabial furrows, bitter folds, fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth, for the loss of the lip hem and to reshape the oval of the face. It is a filler.

What happens after a hyaluronic acid injection?

In rare cases, there was edema, bruising, redness at the injection site that disappears very quickly.

How long does the result last?

From 12 to 18 months following the crosslinking chain, ie the viscosity of the product. It is a biodegradable product, fully absorbable and reversible. Therefore, it must be renewed.

Is it a harmful product?

The products used in our practice are products secured by Afssaps and therefore have all the desired guarantees.

Nevertheless, hyaluronic acid should be used under certain conditions and should not be injected in patients allergic to this product, in diabetics, patients on anticoagulants, with herpes, under immuno depressant treatment or having previously received silicone injections. Periods of pregnancy and breastfeeding should also be avoided.

These at-risk patients must therefore first be identified by a confidential medical questionnaire, informed and obtained their informed consent, and a cost estimate established.

Pre-treatment tips

No treatment will stop the aging process; you will need touch-ups if you want to maintain the effects of the treatment.