Bellafill

What is Bellafill?

Bellafill® is an injectable filler that uses an innovative blend of 2 distinct components to create results that are both immediate and long lasting. Suspended within its smooth collagen gel base are tiny polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) microspheres. Once it’s injected, the collagen goes to work immediately, adding natural-looking volume to soften smile lines or acne scars. Over time, your body naturally metabolizes the collagen — but that doesn’t mean your results disappear. The PMMA microspheres work as a scaffolding system, supporting the development of your own collagen and laying the foundation for long-term smoothness.

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What is it used for?

Bellafill is used for the lines around the mouth and to improve the appearance of acne scars.

The effectiveness and patient satisfaction rates of Bellafill® have been established through 5 years when used to correct nasolabial folds, and 12 months when used to correct acne scars.

How long does it last?

What are the alternatives?

Juvederm filler can also be used for the lines around the mouth but typically doesn’t last as long as Bellafill.

You can return to your normal activities right away. However, you may experience some temporary swelling, redness, pain, and bruising at the treatment site. Keep in mind that these symptoms are temporary, resolving within 1 to 7 days.

What are the side effects?

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"I listen to my patients’ concerns and devise unique treatment plans with their input, rather than pushing my ideas upon them. I make sure patients have realistic expectations. It’s my job to help them meet their goals while also being honest about what they can and cannot expect from any given procedure."

Dr. Jeffrey Horowitz

"I see all patients at least twice before the surgery and at every postoperative visit. I’m with my patients every step of the way to ensure they have a positive experience throughout their journey with us."

Dr. Jeffrey Horowitz

"I am dedicated to my patients. They all get my cell phone number and are encouraged to call or text me with concerns, day or night."

Dr. Jeffrey Horowitz