This is a common question among patients who are considering getting dermal fillers. There is no specific age when someone should start getting fillers. However, you can start getting fillers at an early age to prevent signs of aging. Dermal fillers can help smoothen wrinkles, plump up thinning lips, and add volume to the cheeks. Dermatologists recommend people start using fillers in their mid-20s.

Young patients in their 20s, especially women, start to inquire about fillers for different reasons. Some seek fillers because to create a more refined facial structure. Others want to achieve smoother skin if they have scarring left from acne breakouts. The FDA approves the use of cosmetic fillers in patients who are 21 and older.

Getting Fillers in Your 20s

You are not too young to get fillers if you are at least 21. Young people at this age have just come out of the adolescent stage, and their bodies have fully developed. However, some young people are not satisfied with the way they look and may want to improve their appearance. You can get fillers in your 20s if you want to improve the structure on your face. You can also use fillers to add volume to your lips to make them plumper and fuller.

Getting Fillers in Your 30s

People start to experience signs of aging in their late 20s or early 30s. Signs of aging appear when the body reduces its production of collagen. It begins to produce collagen at a significantly reduced rate at the age of 25.

You can receive dermal fillers in your 30s to remove fine lines that later develop into wrinkles. Fillers can also smoothen away smile lines to prevent deeper lines and folds on your face. If you are looking to rejuvenate your look, you can get fillers to make subtle adjustments to your cheeks, nose, or jawline.

Fillers in Your 50s

People in their 50s rely on fillers to get rid of wrinkles. At this age, the loss of collagen results in sagging skin at the temples and cheeks.  Since the body at this age produces very little if any collagen and elastin, fillers can be effective replacements.

If you are above the age of 65, you need to consult a plastic surgeon to find out if you are a good candidate for fillers. People taking other medications at this age have to consult their doctors before getting fillers.

Make Your Choice

The bottom line is there is no right age for fillers. From this information, you can choose the right time to start getting fillers. Remember, everyone’s body matures at a different rate. To be sure if you are at the right age to get fillers, consult a professional plastic surgeon.

If you choose to start fillers for preventative reasons, ask your plastic surgeon to help you develop a personalized treatment plan that can help you reach your anti-aging skin goals. Also, find out which type of filler will work best to help you achieve your desired goals.

To learn more about the right time to start getting fillers, contact Beverly Hills Aesthetics at our office in Los Angeles, California. You can call us at 424-284-8933 to book an appointment today.

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