Why Ellansé Last Longer Than Other Dermal Fillers? 

Looking for long lasting filler to uplift and rejuvenate your face? 

Then the best filler for you is Ellansé! 

Repairing the ageing and fine lines, the filler brings amazing changes to the skin by promoting natural collagen growth. Since it uses your own collagen for repairing, it gets naturally brighter and glowing skin. This makes it a great option for facial rejuvenation.

What Is Ellansé?

Ellanse is a dermal filler made from micro-spheres biomedical polycaprolactone that are suspended in a soft gel. In short, it is a ‘medical polymer’ that can stimulate collagen. The best feature of this is that it delivers instant results to the patient.

Generally, traditional filler last 12-18 months but for Ellanse, it can last for a much longer period of 2-4 years.

Moreover, Ellanse is a bioresorbable filler which will gradually be absorbed by the body over time. With the slow absorption of gel, the only thing that remains behind is your own network of collagen.

You must have heard of collagen. It is a naturally occurring substance in the body that shapes and supports the skin’s structure. Collagen is also responsible for maintaining the tightness and elasticity of the skin. As the collagen decreases over time, the skin starts to lose its laxity, and wrinkles start to appear.

Ellanse takes advantage of the body’s natural functioning to influence the production of collagen in the skin. This process is called neocollagenesis, which restores the youthful and toned look of the skin.

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How Can Ellansé Last Longer Than Other Dermal Fillers?

As mentioned above, Ellanse has numerous microspheres. These degrade or dissolve at a slower pace than other fillers. Once Ellanse is placed into your skin, the substance experiences a resorption process. This ensures that the molecules dissolve progressively. While the microspheres dissolve, they stimulate your own collagen to become the substitute and take over the space. The longevity of the Ellanse filler is based on the length of molecule chain that compose the microspheres. Longer molecule chain directly imply that the filler will last longer. The outcomes of your treatment will range from 2 to 4 years. However, this will depend on the type of Ellanse you have opted for. You should first consult with your doctor before selecting one. There are 4 types of Ellansé:

Why Is Ellansé Better Than Other HA Fillers?

Here are a few advantages that Ellanse fillers have over other dermal fillers:

Where Can Ellansé Be Used? 

Ellanse is a very dynamic and versatile filler. Its moldability makes it easy for use in multiple areas.

You can treat the following areas using Ellanse:

Is Ellansé Safe? 

When compared to other fillers, occurance of allergic or inflammatory reactions are significantly lesser. Rendering high customer satisfaction rates, Ellanse has an excellent safety profile. Moreover, the ingredient of Ellanse has been approved by FDA and CE as a reliable and safe component.

What Are The Side Effects Of Ellansé? 

Similar to any other filler, some of the common side effects include soreness, swelling and bruising. However, these last for a short period of 2-3 days. With experienced and certified doctor, you can further reduce the risk of complication. The only drawback of Ellanse is that it cannot be easily dissolved after 1 month. Hence it is important to communicate with your doctor on your idea, concern and expectation before getting Ellanse. Remember, under-correction is always better than over-correction.

Who Should Get Ellansé? 

Anyone who is experiencing facial changes due to aging such as sagginess, deep laugh line, sunken cheeks/temple etc. As one can discern, Ellanse is very different from any conventional filler substance. Its versatile usage makes it a better pick for most cases and patients. However, one should always consult with their doctors before choosing a filler. But, one can easily save cost on this filler due to its longevity. The outcome of the treatment depend on multiple factors, including the age, skin texture, severity of facial volume loss, budget and commitment level.