The cutaneous fillers treatment has marked the turning point in the removal of skin cancer. But there are various considerations regarding this, the anatomic complicacy of the particular area along with considerable difficulties of assessing the aging process in the patient and the availability of alternative injection techniques have altogether paved the way for various options. For the last few years, the methods available for improving the scars on the facial region have greatly increased. This is due to the advent of cutaneous fillers treatment along with the conventional skin cancer surgery. Though there is a splurge of different materials, the basic idea behind the mechanism of the cutaneous fillers is the same. Though aging is a natural and inevitable phenomenon, the process of aging doesn't lead to uniform outcomes all over the face. This is because the subcutaneous layer of the face comprises of fat deposits not in a single layer but in a compartmental form. Every single compartment ages at different point of time and therefore, only a dermatologist can help you correct the effects of aging by treating each of the compartments separately. There is a huge variety of cutaneous fillers available today and before applying, it is important to consult with a trained dermatologist. He would help you know about their constituents, cross-linking, particles per mg, nature, the presence of additives and their shelf life and most importantly their effectiveness in the removal of skin cancer.