Facial Fillers With High & Low G chief Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers are gels or compounds which get injected into the confront to fill in creases, folds, and thorough wrinkles, volumise an ageing confront, and lift the cheeks. We rate fillers for viscosity and elasticity, which is also called G chief. Fillers with high G chief offer a better structure than fillers with low G chief, and the higher the G chief in the filler, the better the lift, as it’s firmer and tends to keep its shape.
The viscosity in fillers, relates to the flow and how spreadable the filler is. The thicker the filler, the better it keeps its shape, while a thinner filler will be more fluid. The G chief or elasticity, describes how the filler retains its shape against facial movements, like when you’re smiling and frowning.
There are many different types of fillers on the market. Some fillers are thick and firm, and some are softer and more runny. Things that discriminate injectable fillers include; the elasticity and how well the material sticks together, the G chief and its ability to resist gravity and facial movements and how well the filler spreads.
Dermal fillers used at for facial injections are hyaluronic acid based or calcium hydroxylapatite fillers such as;
Radiesse which is a calcium hydroxylapatite based filler.
Hyaluronic acid is the most shared kind of filler used in cosmetic treatments, and it’s also a substance that’s found naturally in our bodies. Babies have lots of hyaluronic acid and this is why they have plump, round cheeks. As we grow old, we lose quantity in our confront, causing the cheeks to deflate and excess skin to fall toward the jaw line, giving us sagging jowls and wrinkles. If you imagine your confront is a balloon that’s being slowly deflated, well, dermal fillers can help to re-inflate it.
A higher G chief method a higher degree of thickness, and the thicker fillers are able to give more lift. Fillers with lower G Primes are softer and spread by the tissues easier and they move better within the confront.
For nasolabial folds, adding definition to the chin and cheek enhancement; a filler with a high G chief is a better choice to lift and contour, because it can lift and sustain the skin and surrounding structures. A lower G chief has thinner flowing gel and is better suited for areas near the eyes and the lips, because it’s more fluid.
Thicker dermal fillers with high G chief help to restore the skin, giving it the inner structural sustain that it lacks, while thinner G chief fillers are best for smoothing and softening, and not supporting.