What are concave deformities?
Concave deformities are a type of birth defect where the body part is not completely formed. The part appears to be concave or hollow, with a curve downward from the top of the limb or organ to its bottom. Concave deformities can occur in many parts of the body and include:
It may also appear as a dip in either side, instead of being evenly curved down from the top to bottom.
In most cases concaves are caused by abnormalities during fetal development that result in incompletely developed bone or cartilage tissue, which results in an indentation on one side only. If there is no other obvious cause for this particular symptom it can be assumed that there is some abnormality within your body’s structure causing this problem, but if you are experiencing pain with movement or urination then it is definitely something you should see your doctor about right away!
Benefits of fillers in Concave deformities
The use of fillers in treating concave deformities is a common practice in the industry. In most cases, a patient with a thin upper lip has a normal lower lip and vice versa. The primary function of fillers is to provide patients with the desired shape and contour that they desire.
The right filler can help improve the aesthetic outcome for your patient’s upper lip while not having any side effects such as numbness or excessive bleeding. Filler products available on the market today are either temporary or permanent depending on how long you want them to last.
Why should you use fillers for concave deformities?
Concave deformities are the most common type of deformity that affects children. Concave deformities can be caused by trauma, developmental delay or birth defects.
The purpose of fillers is to make the child’s bone grow faster and reshape it to look more normal. The most common types of fillers used for concave deformities are hyaluronic acid (HA) and collagen gel injectables (collagen). Collagen is the best choice for treating this condition because it does not weaken the bone as much as HA. HA works well on flat areas, but if there is any damage present, it will weaken the bone instead of fixing it.
Additionally, both these fillers have many advantages over other types such as polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA), which has less penetration than collagen gel injectables and filler particles which tend to settle at an angle causing unevenness in tissue volume.
In order to properly diagnose a concave deformity, it is important to understand what type of defect you are dealing with. In some cases, the patient may not have any symptoms that lead them to seek medical attention. However, if they do notice an abnormal shape or something else unusual about their nose, they should make an appointment with their doctor as soon as possible.
Concave deformities can be a cause for concern and should be treated by a qualified surgeon because the normal shape of the nose could be altered permanently. These defects will require corrective surgery in order to restore symmetry and harmony within the face. Fillers are excellent for filling out concave defects because they can be used on existing structures as well as those that have been removed from the body during surgery.