Want The Volume Back In Your Skin? How We Can Help

Non-Surgical Procedures Beverly Hills CAWhen your skin starts to age, one of the first things to go is the volume in your skin. That collagen you had in your twenties? It’s practically gone down the drain. The volume you had under your eyes that made you look alive and well? Well, let’s just say that you could audition for a season of The Walking Dead (okay, maybe that’s going a bit far, but you get the point). No matter how severe your collagen and volume loss is in your skin, Dr. Taylor Pollei and his staff understand and have a variety of solutions to help.

Dermal Fillers

The fastest and easiest way to temporarily add volume to your skin? With dermal fillers. Dermal fillers work to not only fill in fine lines and wrinkles, but they also add volume and contour to the cheeks and lips. Depending on the type of filler you get, they can last the upwards of a year— which is a lot longer than other injectables.


Another non-invasive procedure that we encourage our patients to get to restore volume to their skin is microneedling. By making tiny punctures in your skin, microneedling is a process that encourages your skin’s natural healing process— a process that enhances your skin’s production of collagen in the process.

Facial Fat Transfer

This procedure is ideal for patients who want more permanent results— ones that you can’t obtain with filers alone. This unique procedure involves removing a small amount of fat from a part of the body like the abdomen, upper thighs, or buttocks and then placing it in the midface area or around the cheeks. Additionally, this procedure can also be used to add volume to the temples, jawline, lips, and temples— restoring your complexion in the process.

Don’t let age and volume loss get you feeling down on your skin, with these procedures; we can help you get back a more youthful looking appearance— even if only temporarily. Ready to learn more? Schedule your consultation at our Mission Viejo office today 949-438-8338

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