Revitalize your natural beauty with our expertly administered Dermal Filler treatments.
Our dermal filler sessions are designed to restore volume, smooth fine lines, and rejuvenate your appearance, leaving you with a refreshed look. Our skilled practitioners specialize in the art of facial enhancement, using premium fillers to rejuvenate and restore a natural, radiant plumpness to your skin.
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OUR TRAINED PROFESSIONAL WILL ASSESS YOUR FACIAL ANATOMY, DISCUSS YOUR CONCERNS, AND DETERMINE THE SUITABLE ACTIONS BASED ON YOUR GOALS
RESULTS ARE IMMEDIATE, AND INITIAL SWELLING IS COMMON. SWELLING WILL SUBSIDE WITHIN DAYS, 2 WEEKS FOR FULL RESULTS
PROCESS IS TYPICALLY QUICK AND PRECISE, USING A FINE NEEDLE TO STRATEGICALLY RESTORE VOLUME IN TREATMENT AREAS
HOW IT WORKS
Dermal fillers are injected into specific areas to restore fullness and elasticity lost as a result of decreased collagen production from natural aging.
Have questions? We got you covered!
What are dermal fillers? Dermal fillers are injectable gels designed to add volume, smooth lines, and restore a youthful appearance to the face.
What fillers do you offer? The RHA Collection® is a renowned line of dermal fillers designed to provide dynamic, natural-looking results. It's revolutionary for its resilience and adaptability to facial movements. Restylane®, a leading brand, offers a range of fillers formulated with hyaluronic acid for targeted facial enhancements. It's known for its versatility and effectiveness in addressing various aesthetic concerns.
How soon can I see results? Results are often visible immediately, with optimal effects appearing after any initial swelling subsides.
How long is the recovery time? There's little to no downtime, and you can resume normal activities right after the procedure with slight bruising and swelling that will subside in a few days.
How long do results last? Results vary, but generally, they last from several months to over a year, depending on the type of filler used and individual factors.
Can dermal fillers be reversed? Hyaluronic acid fillers can be reversed using an enzyme called hyaluronidase, which we offer as a dissolver.
Are dermal fillers suitable for everyone? While generally safe, individuals with certain allergies or medical conditions may not be candidates. Consultation with our experts will determine suitability.
What should I know BEFORE my appointment? Avoid taking aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen, Advil®, Motrin®, Nuprin®, Aleve®, unless medically necessary. You may take Tylenol® (if not contraindicated) one hour before your appointment to prevent any discomfort you may experience. If you have concerns about discomfort. If you are taking prescription blood thinners such as Coumadin or Plavix, you should check with the prescribing doctor to see if you are able to stop these medicines for 7-10 days before your appointment and at least 2 days after the procedure has been done. If you have any history of Herpes Simplex (cold sores) on your face, make sure you inform the doctor that you have made your appointment with, one week prior to your appointment; this will allow us adequate time to prescribe a medication to prevent an outbreak. Avoid dental procedures (including cleaning) 2 weeks pre filler and 2 weeks post filler. Come to your appointment with a clean face. No makeup. Eat a small meal or a snack before your appointment. Bruising and swelling will be worse for the first 24-48 hours after you receive your dermal filler injections. Refrain from exercising for the remainder of the day following your injection(s). You may want to refrain from going to any special events during this time.
What should I know AFTER my appointment? The majority of reactions to dermal fillers are redness, swelling, bruising and tenderness after the injections. These usually subside a few days after the treatment, but can last up to a week. If any of these symptoms persist longer than a week, or if you develop other symptoms, please contact us. Cold compresses may be used after the treatment to reduce swelling and decrease soreness. You may take Tylenol (if not contraindicated) every 4-6 hours after the treatment to help with any discomfort you may have. Make-up may be applied a few hours after the treatment, if no complications are present, such as open wounds, bleeding or infection. In the first 24 hours following treatment, limit exposure to sunlight or UV lamps. Extensive sun or heat exposure and alcoholic beverages may cause a temporary increase in redness, bruising or swelling at the injection sites. If there is persistent swelling or redness after the injections, you should limit exposure to sunlight or UV lamps until these symptoms subside (for at least 5-7 days). If sun exposure is unavoidable, use a sun block with high SPF. Patients should avoid strenuous exercise for 48 hours to prevent moving the filler or increasing blood flow to the face. Avoid taking aspirin (unless medically necessary) or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen, Advil®, Motrin®, Nuprin®, Aleve® ,as these may cause an increased risk of bleeding or bruising at the injection sites. Avoid excessive touching or massaging the treated areas for about 6 hours after the injections. The treated areas can be washed with a gentle cleanser. Avoid dental procedure (including cleaning) 2 weeks post filler. Studies have shown that having a follow-up treatment before the product has fully dissipated will enhance the lasting effect. Consult your physician about recommendations for touch-up or follow-up treatments. Remember your sunscreen daily.