The Journey through Fillers developer March 5, 2024

 The Journey through Fillers

Fillers have become known in the cosmetic industry for those hoping to regain their youthful appearance without undergoing major surgery. The most common filler variety is hyaluronic acid fillers. Hyaluronic acid injections, which are gel-based, provide a non-surgical, yet efficient way to improve facial contours, minimize wrinkles, and restore that radiant, natural look that we all want. Are you interested in getting a filler treatment, or do you want to learn more about fillers in general? Then, follow along!

What are fillers?

Facial fillers or derma fillers are a type of non-invasive surgery that aid to reduce wrinkles and fine lines on the face. The most widely used type of dermal filler is hyaluronic acid (HA). Because of its water affinity, it not only fills and volumizes the injected area but also hydrates it, hence reducing wrinkles and volume loss. Because HA is a more natural component of skin, it leads to less risk of allergic reaction.


Fillers are usually injected to enhance one’s appearance in addition to correcting aging indications. The use of filler for facial rejuvenation has become a standard treatment procedure for aesthetic clinicians worldwide. According to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery data, the number of nonsurgical aesthetic procedures using hyaluronic acid injectables has surged 97 percent from 2010 to 2017. Fillers can last about a year or more, depending on your skin type. 

Perks of Fillers

Filler injected into your skin can tackle fine lines, sun-induced wrinkles and add facial volume and plumpness lost over time. HA Fillers have plenty of other advantages, in addition to smoothing out wrinkles as well as improving volume in the face, hyaluronic acid keeps your skin nourished and moisturized. When compared against other cosmetic procedures, they’re rather inexpensive. They are reversible if you decide to change your mind or don’t like the outcome. They provide outcomes that look natural and are quick and non-invasive. 



At Amoa 640 Skin Clinic, it’s not just about the procedure; it’s about understanding you. Our process begins with a consultation, where we truly get what you’re looking for. Once you step into our clinic, The doctor will take the time to understand your needs. And after the consultation, we will proceed with the treatment. We offer a range of filler options, like Revolline and Lorient Fillers, to suit your preferences.

Types of Dermal Fillers


Non-HA Fillers

Non-HA fillers can comprise various substances like calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA), poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), and polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA). These substances aren’t naturally found in the body. Popular brands that use Non-HA fillers are: Sculptra and Aquamid. Non-HA fillers might offer longer-lasting results compared to HA fillers. However, they may not be as easily reversible and might carry a higher risk of allergic reactions or adverse events due to their composition.

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

HA Fillers typically manifest in two primary structures: monophasic and biphasic.

  • Monophasic Structure: Characterized by interlinked hyaluronic acid chains, forming a gel-like substance. Renowned for its smoothness, this structure serves as a reliable option across various cosmetic enhancements.
  • Biphasic Structure: Exhibits a gel-like hyaluronic acid with dispersed free particles. Although slightly less smooth than monophasic fillers, biphasic variants offer increased volumizing potential, catering to specific augmentation requirements.

Brands modify the mixing and reaction stages of HA fillers, influencing the final product’s characteristics. Some brands prefer thicker formulations for targeted areas, while others opt for thinner variations.

Deciding between HA and non-HA fillers often depends on patients’ needs, desired results, and factors such as potential allergic reactions, longevity of results, and the ability to reverse the effects if necessary.

Types of HA Filler Brands


Restylane stands out as one of the most globally recognized and established fillers in the cosmetic industry. This American-based, FDA-approved brand relies on hyaluronic acid as its foundation, having a biphasic structure. It is primarily used for volumizing different areas of the face. Additionally, Restylane features sub-brands that cater to specific facial regions, such as under-eye or nose fillers.


Juvederm is another global brand. Juvederm utilizes a monophasic structure within its composition. This unique structure allows Juvederm to smoothly spread under the skin, making it a preferred choice for treating wrinkles and facial lines.


Revolline is a renowned filler line from Korea. Revolline is gaining prominence in the cosmetic industry. Created by the esteemed Huons corporation, who are recognized for innovative products such as hutox, liztox, and specialized cosmetic equipment. Revolline shines for various reasons. As an HA-based filler, Revolline guarantees safe injection practices while retaining its form for an extended duration. At Amoa 640 Skin Clinic, we offer exclusively Revolline filler.


Lorient Fillers are well-known for their safety and quality. It promises to give you the appearance you’ve always wanted and works similarly to Revolline Fillers, however they are designed to address issues such as deep wrinkles, volume loss, and facial contouring. These fillers are meticulously crafted to minimize tissue damage during injection and ensure a safe and effective experience. 


Lorient Fillers were developed by Joonghun Pharmaceuticals, a Korean company that has established a remarkable brand in the cosmetics industry. At Amoa 640 Skin Clinic, we offer a Lorient filler premium for the ultimate VIP experience.

Caution and Care


Post-Procedure Effects:

  • Swelling, redness, and bruising are common after the procedure.
  • Application of ice can help alleviate these symptoms.

Aftercare Instructions:

  • Avoid intense physical activity, sun exposure, or sauna sessions for 2–3 days.
  • Refrain from touching the treated area for the first 48 hours to prevent infections.
  • Sleep with the head elevated for at least one night.
  • Avoid massaging the treated area for 2 weeks except if the doctor says to do so.
  • Patients should not undergo dental procedures that might lead to gum bleeding in the 2 weeks following facial filler treatment.
  • Avoid drinking for at least a week.  

Patients prone to bruising can use Vitamin K cream or Arnica gel to expedite bruise resolution.

It is important to let the doctor know if you take any medications that affect blood clotting, as this could make you more susceptible to bruises and bleeding during treatment. We also advise against getting filler if you are allergic to hyaluronic acid or are prone to getting keloids and granulomas


If you’re looking for a solution to address volume loss or getting rid of wrinkles without committing to the downtime associated with traditional surgery, filler could be a suitable option. It is important to consult with a board-certified doctor to create a personalized plan that meets your specific needs. You can connect with our specialists at Amoa 640 Skin Clinic. 

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