Fillers for Men

Dermal Fillers Newton, MA | Rick Silverman MD Unfortunately, there is a certain stigma that goes along with people choosing to get fillers like Juvederm and Restylane. However, with more and more men opting to get fillers done from Dr. Rick Silverman, that stigma is slowly becoming obsolete. If you are a male who has started to notice fine lines and wrinkles around your smile lines, chin, and cheeks, then you may want to consider getting some fillers done. Read on to learn more about the benefits of fillers for men and the areas on your face where you may want to get them done.

Smile Lines

Smile lines are both a blessing and a curse. Not only do they show how happy of a life you have lived thus far but they also show your age. To help soften your smile lines, we recommend getting fillers. By injecting hyaluronic acid fillers like Juvederm or Restylane into your smile lines, you can temporarily get rid of them— for about a year on average.


If you have a beard then you may not have to worry about getting wrinkles around your chin. If you don’t, however, then you may want to consider getting fillers on your chin. As a part of a man’s face that starts to show signs of age, your chin can start to wrinkle and resemble more of a prune than you’d care to admit. However, with facial fillers like Juvederm and Restylane, Dr. Rick Silverman will be able to temporarily fill in these wrinkles and help you gain your confidence back.


As you age, you start to lose collagen and volume in your face— leaving you with a sallow look. Luckily, with facial fillers, Dr. Silverman can plump up your cheeks and make you look more youthful.

Unlike popular belief, you don’t have to be a female to get fillers. If you are a male whose self-esteem is suffering because of your fine lines and wrinkles, Dr. Rick Silverman can help. If you would like to learn more about fillers, contact Dr. Rick Silverman to schedule an appointment.

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