Artefill is an FDA-approved non-resorbable wrinkle filler used by dermatologists and plastic surgeons for the correction of smile lines known as nasolabial folds. Artefill is only sold to physicians who have undergone product training. Artefill is different from temporary dermal fillers which are eventually absorbed by the body and require repeat injections. The PMMA microspheres in Artefill are not absorbed by the body. These microspheres provide a permanent supportive foundation for long-lasting wrinkle correction. Artefill is injected underneath the wrinkle, just above the skin’s fat layer. The treatment itself is similar to that of temporary dermal fillers like Radiesse, Restylane or Juvéderm. It involves injections with a fine needle over a few minutes. Patients resume normal activities immediately and most patients require 1 or 2 treatments, depending on the depth of their wrinkles and folds.
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