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BELLAFILL

Bellafill is a long-lasting filler that can be used to treat wrinkles, skin folds, acne, and facial scars in both men and women. It naturally stimulates collagen, giving users a more youthful appearance. Bellafill is approved by Health Canada and is typically administered by a licenced practitioner. Bellafill is unlike many temporary dermal fillers in that it is a long-lasting filler that can last five to nine years.

What exactly is in Bellafill?

It combines microsphere-enhanced bovine collagen with lidocaine, a topical anesthetic. These microspheres are made of polymethylmethacrylate, which is approved by the FDA and USDA (PMMA). It differs significantly from the more commonly used Botox and HA dermal fillers. Bellafill is one of the most thoroughly researched dermal fillers on the market today. It has also been shown to be both safe and effective.

How does it work?

This filler is injected deep into the skin by Dr. Kamal Alhallak (Ph.D. in Pharmacy) and is surrounded by the body’s collagen. You will be required to undergo an allergy skin test about a month before starting this treatment to determine how you react to collagen.

What are the benefits of Bellafill?

This is a one-of-a-kind permanent dermal filler that can treat wrinkles for up to five years. Bellafill, unlike other natural or synthetic materials, is not absorbed by the body. Because it is made of a collagen microsphere, this is the case. Among the benefits are the following:

Corrects nasolabial folds, facial scars, acne, wrinkles, smile lines, and so on.

It offers immediate results.

Results can last up to five years

Encourages the renewal of the body’s collagen

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Are you a good candidate for Bellafill?

While this dermal filler is effective at smoothing out wrinkles, it may not be the best treatment option for you. Avoid using it if you are:

Positive skin test for Bellafill allergy
Have a family history of severe allergies and sensitivity
Are allergic to the previously used bovine collagen product?
Have an excessive number or thickness of scars
Are you pregnant or nursing? (although studies have not been done on nursing mothers and pregnant women).

Are there any side effects?

Mild swelling and redness at the injection site may occur, as with other injectables. Swelling, itching, and pain are also common side effects, as redness after 48 hours and, in rare cases, lumps and granulomas. Bellafill should not be injected into areas where there are sores, pimples, cysts, or infection. In this case, you should postpone the injection until you have fully recovered.

The allergy test

Due to the fact that Bellafill contains bovine collagen, I was a requirement to test Bellafill clients for allergies. This test involves injecting a small amount of collagen into the skin’s dermal layer. However, due to advancements in the purification methods, Health Canada approved using it without the skin test

Results

Bellafill has immediate and slow results; The immediate one is due to the effect of the filler, and the slow one is due to the collagen-inducing effect.Bellafill Edmonton

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Is Bellafill the same as the Sculptra?

No, please read more about Sculptra here

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