DIMINISH WRINKLES AND ENHANCE CONTOURS FOR A YOUNGER AND REJUVENATED YOU
Dermal fillers are a fast and efficient way to reverse the signs of aging by eliminating wrinkles, enhancing the lips, and replacing volume loss in the face. However, there are many misunderstandings surrounding these popular anti-aging treatments.
It’s important to fully understand what dermal fillers are and what results you can realistically achieve before making the decision. Before getting facial fillers, here are a few things you should know.
Dermal fillers not only enhance facial features such as nose and chin, but also improves facial contour, which will help restore the youthful appearance and rejuvenate your look. This will make you look fresher, happier and more confident.
- Restore Volume to Cheeks, Laugh Lines, Tear Troughs and Temples
- Chin Lengthening & Projection
- Improve Facial Symmetry
- Pump Out Thin Lips
- Virtually No Recovery Time & Visible Results After Treatment
Downtime for fillers is minimal and you should be able to resume normal activities right after the treatment. However, some may experience mild swelling which will typically resolve on its own in 1 to 3 days. It is also advisable to avoid exercising and consuming alcohol for the next 24 hours after treatment to prevent increased blood flow which may worsen swelling and any discomfort.
There is no hard and fast rule when it comes to the frequency of getting fillers done. Hence, it is important for you to discuss with our doctor for personalized advice based on your needs.
After receiving dermal filler injections, your healthcare provider will cleanse your skin. They may give you an ice pack to ease pain and swelling.
You may have bruises, swelling or discomfort after getting the injections. Usually, these side effects are mild and go away in a few days.
Many people see results right away after getting these injections. But everyone’s results are different. How long it takes to see results (and how long they last) depends on several factors, including the type of treatment you received.