A long lasting solution for wrinkle correction!
Suneva has rebranded their #1 selling Injectable ArteFill. ArteFill is now called BellaFill. Same great product, just a new name! BellaFill is FDA approved for the treatment of acne scars.
- long lasting
- natural feel
If you want an injectable wrinkle filler that provides long lasting wrinkle correction, then BellaFill is your solution. If you have used temporary wrinkle fillers in the past, then you know that they are eventually absorbed by your body and require frequent repeat injections to maintain the results you’ve come to love.
You Deserve the Confidence in Knowing Your Injectable Wrinkle Filler Will Provide Long Lasting Results. You Deserve Bellafill — the Long Lasting Solution to Wrinkle Correction.
How is BellaFill Different? The Long Lasting Difference of BellaFill
BellaFill is different from temporary fillers that you have tried in the past.
Temporary injectable wrinkle fillers are made of different kinds of natural or synthetic materials that are broken down and eventually absorbed by your body. As a result, wrinkle correction is only temporary and you may need repeat injections several months after the initial treatment to maintain your wrinkle correction.
The unique microspheres of BellaFill are not absorbed by your body and work with your skin to produce collagen which provides the support your skin needs for natural, long lasting results.
BellaFill is the Long Lasting Solution for Wrinkle Correction. With BellaFill:
- treatments improve over the course of several months and stand the test of time.
- has an excellent safety profile.
- treatments are completed during a simple, in-office procedure.
- provides immediate results for wrinkle correction allowing you to return to your normal daily activities.
Is BellaFill Right for Me?
If you are suffering from volume loss, want full-face correction without surgery, are looking to treat acne scars or even fill in hollow under eyes – then yes, BellaFill is right for you!
As we age, there are several factors that change the appearance of our face and skin. Gravity, volume loss, sun and environmental damage to our skin all play a role in the aging process and the appearance of fine and deep lines in our face.
Injectable Wrinkle Fillers
There are two categories of injectables that can be used to soften the appearance of lines and wrinkles: neurotoxins (toxins) and dermal fillers.
Toxins are used to soften the appearance of wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing the muscles which are contracting and forming the wrinkle in an area of the skin. Once movement in this area has decreased or stopped, the appearance of the wrinkles in that area will begin to diminish. Toxins are approved for the treatment of frown lines between the brows and results last for several months.
Dermal fillers on the other hand do not paralyze the area. Instead, they are injected under the surface of the skin delivering volume which plumps up the skin, smoothing out the wrinkle or fold.
Types of Dermal Fillers
There are several types of materials used in dermal fillers such as collagen with polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA), calcium hydroxylapatite, hyaluronic acid (HA), and poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA). All of these fillers will completely degrade over a period of a few months up to two years, and will be reabsorbed into your body, with the exception of PMMA. PMMA microspheres are not degraded, are not absorbed, and therefore provide a long-lasting wrinkle correction.