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Dermal fillers, when administered correctly, should not tear, stretch or sag your skin. Dermal fillers are very gentle and are actually extremely good at rehydrating the skin and restoring lost volume, and should never cause any kind of damage to the skin itself.
Dermal fillers are very gentle, they’re put just beneath the surface of the skin and are actually very good to restore skin health
Dr. Tracy Mountford dispels mistruths that fillers can harm your skin.