Anytime a spot shows up on your face, it can provoke both anxiety and unhappiness. This can happen due to worrying about skin cancer or disliking the appearance of dark spots on the skin. Dark spots on the face may represent a myriad of different things. However, of all those possibilities, four types of dark face spots are the most common. Let’s review these dark spots on the face—including what they look like and what can be done about them.
In the field of dermatology, filler is a material injected into the skin for a variety of cosmetic reasons. It can help smooth out lines and wrinkles and fill in larger voids/hollows. At Advanced Dermatology of the Midlands, all our dermatology providers have extensive experience and training in the use of facial dermal skin fillers. We love doing these procedures for our patients, and they love their results. In this article, we will walk you through some of the most common areas people get fillers, as well as the difference between a cannula and a traditional needle for skin filler.