Hybrid fillers work by stimulating collagen and adipose stem cells. Collagen is a protein that gives skin its strength and elasticity. Adipose stem cells are cells that can turn into fat cells. When collagen and adipose stem cells are stimulated, they produce new collagen and fat cells, which can help to improve the appearance of wrinkles, folds, and lost volume.
Hybrid fillers are less likely to result in the overfilled look than traditional fillers. This is because they are more stable and last longer, so less filler is needed to achieve the desired results.
Traditional fillers work by simply adding volume to the skin. They do not stimulate collagen or adipose stem cells, so they are more likely to result in the overfilled look. Traditional fillers also tend to last for a shorter period of time than hybrid fillers.
Which type of filler is right for you?
The best type of filler for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences. If you are looking for a filler that will stimulate collagen and adipose stem cells and will not result in the overfilled look, then a hybrid filler may be a good option for you. However, if you are on a budget, then a traditional filler may be a better option.
It is important to talk to your doctor or a qualified aesthetician to discuss your options and choose the right filler for you.
Here is a table that summarizes the key differences between the effects of hybrid fillers and traditional fillers:
|Features||Hybrid fillers||Traditional fillers|
|Effects||Stimulates collagen and adipose stem cells||Does not stimulate collagen or adipose stem cells|
|Overfilled look||Less likely||More likely|
|Duration||Lasts longer||Lasts for a shorter period of time|
|Cost||More expensive||Less expensive|
Ultimately, the best way to decide which type of filler is right for you is to talk to your doctor or a qualified aesthetician. They can help you assess your individual needs and preferences and choose the best filler for you.