790 Juno Ocean Walk, Suite 203-c Juno Beach, Florida 33408
Dr. Susan applying dermal filler treatment for her patient
Dermal Fillers
Home » Fillers

Dermal Fillers: Natural-Looking Rejuvenation in Juno Beach, Florida

Beginning in our late 20s, underlying structures of the face–fat pads, muscle, and even bone–begin to diminish, blurring features and allowing the skin to sag into wrinkles. At one time, surgical plastic surgery was your only option to reverse these changes. Today, patients in Juno Beach, Florida have access to Dr. Susan Schroeder’s artistry in nonsurgical rejuvenation with dermal fillers.

Versatile Treatment with Dermal Fillers in Juno Beach, Florida

Fillers are gel compounds injected into the skin to address the causes of skin aging. Many products contain synthetic hyaluronic acid (HA), a carbohydrate that occurs naturally in the human body. HA binds with water, helping to hydrate skin internally. Other fillers contain PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate), calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA), poly-L-lactic Acid, or other compounds that supplement tissue and stimulate collagen production.

As a Board-certified dermatologist with two decades of experience in aesthetic procedures, Dr. Schroeder designs personalized treatment protocols, using the most appropriate FDA-approved fillers, in the correct amounts, for natural-looking results.

  • Lip injections call for a soft, thinner viscosity filler. Lip-plumping injections reverse the inward roll that makes lips look thinner with age, define the vermillion border, and augment lips.
  • Under-eye filler improves the appearance of tear troughs and may lighten dark circles.
  • While they do smooth wrinkles, injections are not actually wrinkle fillers. Rather, face fillers restore lost volume, providing the structure that flattens creases,  lifts eyebrows, and redefines jawlines.
  • Thicker cheek fillers may be applied more deeply in the upper portions of the face or to hollowed temples, creating a lift that corrects sags on the lower face and redefines the jawline.
  • Cosmetic fillers may also be used to fill deep acne scars or restore lost volume in hands.

Dr. Susan Schroeder - Introducing Bellafill a filler that last for 5 years

Dr. Susan explaining about Bellafill
Consult Perfect Skin Dermatology to learn all you need to know about Bellafill, the filler that provides long-term results.

We just got our newest shipment of Bella fill. Bella fill is a filler. It’s not resilin, it’s not Juvéderm, it’s a compound that’s entirely different, and it lasts five years. There’s not another filler on the market the last five years. We have some things that are are permanent, like silicone, and then things that are not permanent like resilin in Juvéderm, which lasts one to two years but five years. It’s a special niche. It’s kind of like an IUD.it lasts you know a long time, but not forever. And so, if you like the way we do filler and you drink our Kool-Aid, this is what you’re going to want to do eventually. It’s going to save you money. The only caveat is that about 1% of the population is allergic to the vehicle that the that the filler comes in, and so you need to be tested beforehand to make sure you’re not allergic. Next time you’re in to see us, ask for a free test.

When is the “right time” for fillers?

In the past, fillers were primarily used to address moderate to severe wrinkles – usually for patients in their 40s or older. While fillers can be quite beneficial at older ages, today we understand that responsible earlier use of fillers is a more effective means of preserving a youthful appearance. A regular program of neuromodulators and dermal fillers can postpone need for surgical correction for many years.