Try on Bellafill® Solutions
‘Try on’ aesthetic procedures and instantly visualize possible results with AEDIT and our patented 3D aesthetic simulator.
$1000 - $2999
Before & After Images by Provider
Before & After Images by Provider
What is Bellafill®?
Bellafill® by Suneva Medical is used to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles, lines, and folds. It is also approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to correct acne scars. Bellafill® is formulated with polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) microspheres that provide immediate volume and plumpness through the collagen gel, while also stimulating natural collagen production by the body. The gel portion of Bellafill® will be degraded over time, however, the microspheres will remain — providing a framework for the body to build collagen on for lasting results.
Where to Use Neurotoxin vs. Filler
Bellafill® requires multiple treatments. The results need to be carefully developed over several sessions, as Bellafill® has a high-risk of being undesirably visible under the skin. For facial wrinkles, Bellafill® provides lasting improvement for up to five years. For the treatment of nasolabial folds, Bellafill® is FDA-approved as a permanent dermal filler. The active ingredient in Bellafill®, PMMA, is generally believed to provide a longer lasting solution than fillers composed of hyaluronic acid like Juvéderm® and Restylane®. Sculptra® and Radiesse®, meanwhile, contain alternative primary ingredients that may provide results more comparable to Bellafill®.
What cosmetic concerns does Bellafill® treat?
- Fine Lines & Wrinkles: Bellafill® can be used to treat moderate to severe facial fine lines, wrinkles, and folds by rejuvenating facial volume through stimulation of collagen production. Commonly treated concerns include smile lines and nasolabial folds.
- Acne Scars: Bellafill® is also commonly used to fill atrophic acne scars.
Who is the ideal candidate for Bellafill®?
The ideal candidate for a Bellafill® injection is over 21 years old and looking for an effective and well-studied semi-permanent solution for common facial cosmetic lines, wrinkles, and folds or acne scarring. Bellafill® is not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing, immunocompromised individuals, those susceptible to thick scar formation, and anyone with a history of severe allergies or an allergy to the components of Bellafill® including bovine collagen.
What is the average recovery associated with Bellafill®?
Bellafill® injections are typically very well tolerated with only one to seven days of downtime following the procedure. Side effects are mild, and most patients are able to resume their normal activities directly following the injections.
What are the potential side effects of Bellafill®?
Common side effects of Bellafill® injections include redness, firmness, tenderness, itchiness, lumps or bumps, site infection, and/or bruising and discoloration. A serious complication of a Bellafill® injection is intravascular injection (injection into a blood vessel) leading to skin necrosis. Severe allergic reactions can occur.
What can someone expect from the results of Bellafill®?
Bellafill® requires a series of carefully monitored initial injections to slowly create the perfect aesthetic. Bellafill® results will not be immediately noticeable, however, once the ideal look is created, results can last up to five years.
What is the average cost of Bellafill®?
The average cost of Bellafill® is $1,000 to $3,000. The actual cost of the injection will vary by procedure, location, board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon, and individual candidate needs.
- Stimulates Collagen
- Minimally Invasive
- Long Lasting
- Multiple Treatments Required
- Delayed Results
- High-risk Of Visibility Under The Skin
What to Expect
Bellafill® injections are simple, outpatient procedures with minimal side effects and downtime. Here is a general guide for what to expect before, during, and after a Bellafill® injection:
- Stop taking blood thinning medications one day prior to surgery. Blood thinners may include Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, Aspirin, and prescription anticoagulants.
- No alcohol one day before the procedure
- Reschedule if a rash, cold sore, or other lesion develops
- Local anesthetic (like lidocaine) applied to injection site
- Injections are made in predetermined areas
Immediately After Treatment
- Minimal redness at injection sites
- Cold compresses to reduce redness/swelling and mild pain