To plump or not to plump? That is the question . . . As we age, we start to get structural changes in our face through thinning of skin, resorption and remodeling of bone, fat redistribution, and the loss of fat pads (the only time losing fat is a bad thing).  Queue in dermal fillers . . . Dermal fillers can vary anywhere from being soft to hard. The softer fillers work well to fill in lines and wrinkles (nasolabial folds and marionette lines) and plump lips, whereas the harder fillers can help plump and sculpt areas that lose fat pads (cheeks, temples, under eyes). The benefit of fillers is that you can achieve a youthful look without the cost or downtime of plastic surgery!

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