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As we age, the skin loses its youthful appearance as the production of natural support structures diminish. Over time, those structures such a hyaluronic acid, commonly called HA, begin to disappear, resulting in wrinkles. BELOTERO BALANCE® Dermal Filler is an injectable filler that quickly integrates into your skin filling in facial wrinkles.1 With BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler, you can replace lost HA caused by the natural aging process. Once injected, it instantly fills in the skin and smoothes out wrinkles on your face. Use BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler to get the results you want for the look you deserve.

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BELOTERO BALANCE® Dermal Filler and Other Fillers

While BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler is made of the same material (HA) as some other dermal fillers, BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal filler has unique properties that allow it to adapt within the skin for soft and even correction. This product is ideally suited for filling fine facial lines and wrinkles, which none of the other currently available dermal filler products do well. The versatility of the product makes it strong enough to handle deep treatment areas such as nasolabial folds (smile lines around the mouth) as well as more delicate areas such as vertical lip lines (thin lines that appear above the lip line).

If you’re ready to experience the benefits of BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler for yourself, contact Aesthetic Dermatology.


Treatment

BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler is injected into the skin using a very fine needle, filling in your wrinkles right before your very eyes. BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler works immediately to fill in your wrinkles and folds so you’ll leave your healthcare provider’s office knowing BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler is working for you. Not only are results with BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler instant, they are proven to last. In a clinical study, many patients saw results that lasted about six months or more1.
BELOTERO BALANCE Dermal Filler may be used in the following treatment areas:

  • Smile lines*, also called nasolabial folds, which run from the sides of the nose to the corners of the mouth
  • Vertical lip lines*, which form above the upper lip
  • Corners of the mouth*, which can turn downward and give the look of a constant frown
  • Marionette lines*, which begin at the corners of the mouth and extend down toward the chin