Dermal fillers restore volume and are used to correct wrinkles and soft tissue loss due to aging. They are injected into the superficial layers of the skin and are most commonly used in the smile lines, lips and corners of the mouth.
Advanced techniques involve the use of certain fillers to enhance cheek bones to restore a more youthful look. If interested in eye filler/tear trough filler - a safer alternative is our state of the art Opus Fractional Skin Resurfacing Laser, see services page for more information.
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Juvederm XC, Restylane Kysse, Restylane L
Juvederm XC is a smooth gel filler used to instantly plump lips, smooth away wrinkles around your mouth, soften nasal labial nose lines. With just one treatment, you’ll get smooth and natural-looking results that last up to a year.
Juvederm Voluma XC, Restylane Lyft
Juvederm Voluma XC injectable gel is the first and only filler FDA-approved to instantly add volume to the cheek area. It gives you a subtle lift, helping to restore contour and a more youthful profile, for up to 2 years, in patients over the age of 21. It’s different than Juvederm XC and works on a different area of the face.
Restylane, our most commonly used dermal filler, has an excellent safety profile. Restylane® is made of hyaluronic acid, a compound found naturally in the body, and is injected in the smile lines, under the eyes, and in the lips if desired. Results last 4 – 9 months depending on the site injected.
Derma Filler Treatment Suggestions
Style Your Smile (lip augmentation with marionette line and nasolabial fold correction)
Smile lines & Frown lines
Puppeteer lines (around the mouth)
Restore & Redefine Your Best Look!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long will my Dermal Filler last?
Dermal fillers are long-lasting, but not permanent, as they will gradually break down and leave he body. How long you get from your filler depends on many factors-your skin type; your age, your lifestyle.
You’ll usually expect to need a top-up treatment after 6-12 months, depending on the areas treated; and once you’ve had filler done twice you’ll have a better idea of how your body responds and expected duration of the effects.
Who cannot use Filler?
Dermal fillers should not be used in or near areas where there is or has been a skin disease, inflammation or skin- related problems.
Cosmetic Doctors do not recommend the use of fillers or anti-wrinkle injectables while you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
People with particular medical conditions or those undergoing immunosuppressive therapy may not be good candidates for any treatments or procedures that require a skin injection procedure, due to a risk of infection.
It’s important to reveal all your medical history to our nurse practitioner on your initial pre-treatment consultation so she can make an informed decision about your treatment plan.
Will I need Pain Medication?
Filler injection isn’t usually too uncomfortable unless you’re very sensitive; you can request use of an anesthetic cream which can be applied to the area before injection.
The lips are a quite sensitive, and our trained medical injector (RN/NP) can use dermal filler products containing the local anesthetic lidocaine to make the experience more comfortable for the patient.
Are there any risks?
Filler-related reactions are very rare, especially when they are professionally used by a trained medical injector (RN/NP). There are some reports of injection-related reactions that happen after any injection, like a bit of bruising or selling, which resolve on their own in a few days.
Lips can be a little tender and there may be some swelling for a few days.