It’s no secret that there has been a global boom in aesthetics. Staring at ourselves on Zoom, coupled with hours spent mindlessly scrolling through perfectly curated, often photoshopped and filter-heavy images on social media, has come a demand for aesthetic procedures – especially dermal fillers.

As someone who has been in the cosmetic industry for many years now, the problem I am seeing more of, especially among my patients who first began with me several years ago, is the mistaken belief that fillers will fix all problems.

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