Fillers are a type of injectable cosmetic treatment that is designed to smooth out wrinkles and fine lines by adding volume to the skin. When administered correctly by a trained and experienced healthcare professional, fillers can be very effective at reducing the appearance of wrinkles and improving skin texture.
However, in some cases, fillers may make wrinkles worse if they are not administered properly or if too much filler is used. This can occur if the filler is injected too deeply into the skin or if too much filler is used in a particular area. In such cases, the filler may create a lumpy or uneven appearance, which can make wrinkles and fine lines more noticeable.
Additionally, some patients may develop an adverse reaction to the filler, which can cause inflammation, swelling, or other side effects that can worsen the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
To avoid these risks, it is important to choose a reputable and experienced healthcare professional for your filler treatment and to discuss your goals and concerns with them beforehand. Your healthcare professional can recommend the appropriate type and amount of filler to use to achieve your desired results while minimizing the risk of complications or adverse effects.