With our fillers, we can provide patients in Houston, TX with a new way to lift their cheeks, add volume, and get rid of the dragged down look that’s associated with a loss of collagen in the face. Our innovative approach to using fillers can target the cheeks, lines around the mouth, and even creases in the folds that run between the nose and mouth area.
Dr. Mitchmore continues to make advances, perform important research on fillers, and look into new and exciting ways to provide patients with the rejuvenation that their skin needs. If you have any questions about brand new dermal filler breakthroughs, technologies, and products, we encourage you to contact our offices and learn more about how we’re improving our services.
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The Aging Process
An important structural protein that’s responsible for providing strength and structure in the body, particularly in the face. Collagen keeps tissue pliable, and vital. It can be found virtually everywhere inside of your body, accounting for roughly 25% or more of your entire body’s protein.
Calcium hydroxylapatite is a substance that is found naturally in our bones, and can be used to fill in creases, frown lines, and more. It’s also useful for adding fullness to the cheeks, providing a more natural, rounder look that often is associated with a youthful appearance.
Also referred to as PRP, platelet rich plasma is an enhanced version of the plasma already present in your body. With a concentrated platelets and growth factors, PRP has the ability to promote the growth of natural collagen, smooth away and tighten wrinkles in the face, and work to recover facial tone.
A popular choice for replacing the skin’s structure and volume to correct wrinkles and folds. When injected under the skin, fillers attract and bind water to provide skin with volume.