When fillers are done for a while, do decent doctors take into account underlying tissue and muscle?

I have done fillers with good surgeons and find that they can veer dangerously close to Madonna-fake looking over time. EVEN the ones that supposedly add collagen can do this. Is there ANY way yet discovered that will look real, not overplumped or shifting with the face's underlying structures? Do doctors take into account how the fillers move with the underlying muscle and tissue, or have these fillers not been around long enough to statistically determine the average situation?

Doctor Answers 1

Fillers look fake

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The primary indication of fillers is to the volume loss on a certain area or fill in early aging lines to make it less noticeable. Other attempts to correct the more advanced stage of aging which should be surgically corrected will otherwise end up looking like what you are refering to.

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