Bellafill® is approved for the correction of facial wrinkles known as nasolabial folds, or smile lines, and the correction of moderate to severe, atrophic, distensible facial acne scars on the cheek in patients over the age of 21 years. It is also the only dermal filler established as safe and effective for the correction of nasolabial folds through 5 years.  Bellafill® offers a new level of filler rejuvenation. The collagen immediately adds volume to smooth away facial wrinkles known as smile lines, and the polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) microspheres help your skin re-create its own firmer structure for beautiful, younger-looking skin and lasting results.


Bellafill® has an excellent safety profile.

  • Over 25,000 patients have been treated with
  • Bellafill® since its launch in February 2007.  Bellafill® has a very high patient satisfaction rate.
  • Bellafill®’s technology platform has been studied in patients since 1998.

Bellafill® treatment is a simple in-office procedure, with minimal downtime, you can return to your normal routine right away.



Diane, Age 52

PJ, Age 64

Safety Information:  Bellafill® is FDA and Health Canada approved for the correction of facial wrinkles known as nasolabial folds or smile lines. Patients who have a positive reaction to the Bellafill skin test, a history of severe allergies, known bovine collagen allergies, are allergic to lidocaine, prone to thick scar formation and/or excessive scarring should not receive Bellafill®. Mild swelling and redness can occur at the treatment site but generally subside after 24 hours. The safety of Bellafill® for use during pregnancy, breastfeeding or in patients under 18 has not been established. Long-term safety and effectiveness of Bellafill® beyond one year has not been established. For more Safety Information please consult with your physician and the patient labeling.


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