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Injectable fillers are used to restore facial volume, rejuvenate the skin or improve overall appearance.
Our medical providers use them to correct marionette lines, downturns or “parentheses” around the mouth, deep wrinkles in the skin, and to correct sagging.
Our medical providers utilize longer-lasting hyaluronic acid facial fillers, such as Restylane® and Juvederm™, Belotero, Perlane and Radiesse, which encourage your skin’s own collagen production with continued use.
These injectable fillers not only encourage your skin’s own collagen production, they also plump up, hydrate and fill in wherever volume has been lost.
Because we believe in natural-looking, full-volume correction, our medical providers are often able to use less filler over time by administering touch-up injections every 6 to 9 months.
During the procedure, our medical providers use a thin needle to inject a small amount of filler just under the skin in the area that needs correction.
For most patients, the procedure causes no more than minimal discomfort. In fact, patients who previously have found the procedure painful often find the experience much more pleasurable in our office.
Our medical providers are at the highest level of injectors in the nation for injectable fillers, making them more skilled than most. Patients choose injectable fillers over surgical treatments because they are less expensive, provide immediate results and have limited downtime.
Our medical providers use a variety of approaches to minimize discomfort, some of which include applying a topical numbing cream at the site of injection, as well as injecting a numbing agent simultaneously with the filler.
Expect mild redness and swelling for the first few hours following the procedure.
Do not manipulate the treated area. See complete treatment instructions.