Dermal fillers have been approved by the FDA for injection into several areas of the face. For the most part, dermal fillers are very safe as long as a trained medical professional is administering them, the dermal filler being injected is FDA approved, and after-care instructions are followed. The most common [...]
The amount of downtime depends on a few factors including the area that is being treated as well as the person being treated. Some areas such as the lips tend to swell and bruise more than areas like the cheeks, chin, and temples. In addition, some people are more sensitive and [...]
Dermal filler procedures can be a bit painful. However, you will be treated with a topical numbing cream first to help with any discomfort. Some areas tend to be more sensitive than others - such as the lips. Afterward, some people report feeling a bit sore and bruised.
You will notice a difference right after your treatment with dermal fillers. Keep in mind, you will likely be a bit swollen. Dermal fillers begin to pull and hold onto water, so you can expect to see changes for up to one month. After about a month you will have your [...]
The number of syringes you will require depends on several factors including the treatment area, your specific volume loss and goals. In some cases, multiple syringes over multiple appointments may be needed for optimal effects.
There are several types of dermal fillers. What makes them different is how thick of a gel they are. Restylane Kysse® filler is the newest FDA approved filler for lips and is part of the XpresHAN technology meaning this type of filler integrates with your tissues and looks extremely natural. This [...]