Facial Line Filling Treatment in India

Facial Line Filling Treatment Cost in India

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Cost of Treatment Including Tests / Investigations $ 350
Cost of Stay & Meals for 1 days (For 2 persons) $ 00
Cost of Taxi, Phone, Internet for 1 days $ 3
Medical Visa Cost For One person $ 0 0
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Top Doctors for Facial Line Filling

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Dr. Janaki

MBBS, MD

Senior Dermatologists

30 years of experience

Dr. Muthukumaran

M.Ch., MBBS, MS

Plastic & Aesthetic Surgeon.

32 years of experience

Dr. Aftab Matheen

Fellowship, MBBS

Consultant

26 years of experience

Dr Amar Raghu Narayan G

M.Ch., MBBS, MS

Consultant

21 years of experience

Dr Rajesh Vasu

Fellowship, M.Ch., MS

Consultant

19 years of experience

Dr Srilakshmi Kolluri

MD

Consultant

12 years of experience

Dr Swapna Kunduru

MD, MRCP

Consultant

14 years of experience

Dr Lakshmi Sowjanya Chekuri

MBBS, MD

Consultant

7 years of experience

Dr B R N Padmini

M.Ch., MBBS, MS

Consultant

8 years of experience

Dr N Hari Krishna Reddy

MBBS, MRCP

Consultant

8 years of experience

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Top Hospitals for Facial Line Filling

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Apollo Indraprastha Hospital, Delhi - NCR
Fortis Hospital, Bannerghatta, Bangalore
Max Hospital, Saket, Delhi - NCR
Apollo Hospital, Chennai, Chennai
Continental Hospital, Hyderabad
Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai
Medanta Hospital, Delhi - NCR
BLK Hospital, Delhi - NCR
Paras Hospital, Delhi - NCR
Jaypee Hospital, Delhi - NCR
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Frequently Asked Questions About Facial Line Filling

A variety of facial filler products as approved by any countries’ licensed bodies are considered by cosmetic surgeons. They are used for filling up wrinkles and waned lip lines and uplift and restore external skin elasticity to bring back a youthful look. These fillers are categorized by the substance from which they are derived. The effects of facial fillers can last from 4 months to 1.2 years. Some of the items that are used are as below:


Hyaluronic Acid: This is a naturally occurring substance that is found to be occurring in the skin. These aid in keeping the skin hydrated and plump and they are mostly soft and gel-like in texture. However, the results are not very long-lasting and the body will gradually absorb the particles. With lidocaine, the HA fillers are injected to reduce pain as much as possible during the procedure. Some of the products used are VOLBELLA, VOLLURE, VOLUMA, Juvederm XC.


Calcium Hydroxylapatite or CaHA: This is also a naturally occurring substance that is mainly found existent in the human bones. These particles are suspended in a smooth gel when used as a filler and are almost microscopic. This filler's consistency is thicker than HA filler and can last longer than 12 months or longer. This product is also capable of stimulating natural collagen production in the face and is mainly employed for wrinkles and deeper lines.


Poly-L-Lactic Acid: This is also a material that is biocompatible and safe for use in the body. This is a synthetic material that is biodegradable. It was used in stitches that can be removed. These are qualified as collagen stimulators as their main work is to smoothen fine lines by helping the skin rebuild natural collagen. After a few days, the filler gel disappears. This product is useful for the treatment of deeper facial wrinkles and the results are as long-lasting as 2 years.


Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA): The use of this synthetic biocompatible substance has been seen for much of the last century. It functions in dermal fillers as a tiny ball or microsphere that remains under the skin for an infinite period of time to give support. These fillers also have collagen which is a naturally occurring substance providing firmness to the skin.


Autologous fat injections or facial fat grafting: This is only injectable filler treatment that requires surgery to be conducted but then the results can last for many years. Using this technique of liposuction, the fat of the patient from some other body part is used in this method. This fat is then purified and finally injected into the face for the restoration of the cheeks, temples, lower eyelids or any other parts of the face. 

Anyone can be a candidate for facial line fillers, but it is mainly done on people who are within the age group of 40 to 70 years and have been affected by the ravages of time. With time the tissues under the skin loosen and they tend to develop wrinkles and lose elasticity and tightness of the skin.  Not only age but even stress and fatigue can cause the loss of elasticity of the muscles and tissues underlying the skin.

During the administration of the filler, strict asepsis must be maintained. The region of the face that must undergo treatment has to be disinfected with a spirit named povidone; it is also referred to as the iodine spirit method. For the same sterile cotton gauze must be used.

Any kind of medical intervention requires it to be painless but during an enhancement procedure like a wrinkle filler, eye filler, surgery team is extra careful. Treatment outcomes are unlikely to be affected by methods to alleviate pain. It is frequently encountered when filling the nasolabial groove an infraorbital nerve block is employed. When lignocaine is injected in the infraorbital region, the local anatomy becomes distorted and may result in a suboptimal correction. The surgeon reduces the resultant distortion by employing 1 ml of lignocaine 2% administered with the help of an insulin syringe. The application of topical anesthetic cream such as EMLA can improve the skin’s hydration and the fine lines grow imperceptible which would finally lead to an imperfect correction. A suitable option in such a case is to make use of a filler which is premixed with lidocaine or any regional nerve block. With the use of ice packs, the inadequate use of EMLA in achieving anesthesia can be compensated.  Long needles of 1.5 inches are used to minimize the pain induced with the number of pricks when linear threading or depot technique is employed. The surgeon, however, will definitely check for the hypersensitivity of each patient for lignocaine.


Depending upon the site where it is being deposited, the correct technique of administration has to be made use of for the fillers. If a filler that must be placed quite superficially gets injected deep, then it just diffuses into the deeper plane thus requiring larger volumes for filling the defect and can also result in faster resolution. Once, it can lead to lumpiness and blanching at the same time if denser fillers are inserted superficially. Molding is done immediately after the lumping is observed and has to be done until a level where the lump becomes flattened and the blanching effects are reversed.  Ideally, it should be done immediately, but 2 weeks after the filler is inserted can also be done.


An intraoral approach is employed as an alternative to percutaneous injections for the subperiosteal or subcutaneous deposition of the fillers used for cheek augmentation. But there is no specific consensus on the method in this regard.

Facial line filling is usually considered as a noninvasive( not involving the introduction of instruments into the body) procedure. An invasive alternative can be a facial lift. In this case, a surgeon will lift and tighten the facial muscles lying underneath the facial skin. Excess pockets of fat and skin is removed thereafter to give a youthful look to the skin. This has a more long-lasting effect compared to facial fillers ranging between 8 to 15 years. But then not all patients are ideal candidates for facial lift surgery since the bone structure and skin elasticity has to be measured appropriately to check for undergoing surgery and bring in the desired outcomes of the procedure. Even the cost factor of a facial lift surgery must be considered since it is a much more expensive option compared to facial fillers.
There are a number of products that are available in the market and it is always a good idea to go through all of them and be prepared to ask questions to the healthcare provider for the options that are being considered. Different regions of the face require different kinds of fillers. During the consultation with the cosmetic surgeon the region of the face that will undergo the procedure is evaluated thoroughly. Risks associated with dermal fillers are quite low and one needs to fully disclose their medical history before the treatment as there are allergic reactions possible with any product.  Any skin or medications can highly jeopardize the safety or the results of the procedure. The likelihood of bruising can increase if the patient had been on any blood-thinning medications like ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin-like pain killers or NSAIDs and hence the medication must be revealed to the doctor so that he or she can advise accordingly. Also, patients must avoid any topical medicines and waxing and bleaching of the face before the surgery. Alcoholic beverages should be avoided 24 hours prior to the procedure.

The patient should expect a certain amount of firmness in the regions that have been handled after the operation. Those regions should slowly relax, and if they see some small bump on the forehead, the patient should administer a low-pressure massage. It is easy to wash the skin with a gentle cleanser and it is necessary to use sunscreen lotion on the face to prevent as much as possible from exposure to the sun. When applying any lotion causes discomfort, it is best to use any powder-based sunscreen that can be dabbed softly on the skin. Still, pain medications should be avoided and too much stress on facial muscles must be avoided as well. Apart from this care if fever, chills or discoloration is observed in regions where the injection was not given then healthcare provider should be immediately informed.

The cost of dermal fillers or eye fillers in India can vary from $350 to $550 and there are expert cosmetic surgeons who are in the most cost-effective manner able to perform successful facial line filler operations in India.

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