What is a Filler?

The actual word derives its meaning from the word “to fill.”
It is a syringe normally used to provide dimensions in the face area (cheeks, chin, nose ) or remove wrinkles (eye and mouth, nasolabial fold, forehead) based on its composition it can be categorized into Hyaluronic Fillers (HA Fillers) and Non-hyaluronic Filler (Collagen/Calcium Filler).

Technology behind our Filler

Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharides polymer consisting of amino and uronic sugar; it does not have the characteristic of a specie nor organ but is a substance largely available in living bodies such as in the eyeball, comb, skin tissue, placenta and shark cartilage. Hyaluronic acid shows excellent biocompatibility and high viscoelasticity when implanted or injected; moreover it is used in diverse ways because of its humectant, antibiosis, anti-inflammatory and lubricating effect.

Advantages and disadvantages of HA Fillers

HA fillers can be dissolved through hyaluronidase; 
it provides security and therefore favored by doctors and have a high market share  of 80-90%. However, absorption is fast resulting in a short life and companies are struggling to develop long-lasting HA fillers. Long lasting Non-HA Fillers do exist, however due to safety issues it is not favored by doctors resulting in a low market share of 10-20%.

Advantages and disadvantages of HA Fillers

HA fillers can be dissolved through hyaluronidase; 
it provides security and therefore favored by doctors and have a high market share  of 80-90%. However, absorption is fast resulting in a short life and companies are struggling to develop long-lasting HA fillers. Long lasting Non-HA Fillers do exist, however due to safety issues it is not favored by doctors resulting in a low market share of 10-20%.

Technology behind our Filler

Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharides polymer consisting of amino and uronic sugar; it does not have the characteristic of a specie nor organ but is a substance largely available in living bodies such as in the eyeball, comb, skin tissue, placenta and shark cartilage. Hyaluronic acid shows excellent biocompatibility and high viscoelasticity when implanted or injected; moreover it is used in diverse ways because of its humectant, antibiosis, anti-inflammatory and lubricating effect.

Leader in HA filler manufacturing

BioPlus’s HA Filler uses Hyaluronic acid that possesses the physical natures mentioned above, to create a product that shows an increased Cross Linking rate by applying the company’s patented High Technology – resulting in a Filler used widely in petit plastic surgery and skin care that won’t harm the human body when injected and that will not dissolve to provide a long-lasting shape. Our product has overcome the conventional Cross-linking technology by applying the patented Multi-staged Cross-linking technology to create three layered small beads that resolves the difficulty of creating a long-lasting HA Filler. Our product is world’s first semi-permanent HA Filler that has increased the entry barriers by applying core technology so that the HA filler does not transform its component after product completion to keep the human body unharmed.

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