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Injectable facial implants, also known as wrinkle fillers, dermal fillers or facial soft tissue fillers, are medical device implants approved for medical use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to fill in facial wrinkles in order to create a smoother appearance.

Materials

Most injectable wrinkle fillers have a temporary effect, because over time they are absorbed by the body. FDA has approved only one product made from a material that remains in the body and is not absorbed. Some wrinkle fillers contain lidocaine, which is intended to decrease pain or discomfort related to the injection.

Absorbable materials (temporary)
Non-absorbable materials (permanent)
Uses
Risks
Unapproved Uses
Before deciding to have injectable wrinkle fillers
Additionally, you should be aware that
You should NOT use some of these products if any of the following applies to you

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