What is Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

HA Filler has been proven to help stimulate collagen production and is a treatment designed to be a long-term rejuvenation strategy. Besides anti-aging, fillers are also an efficient way to enhance your lips, chin, cheeks, and nose so that they better match your desired aesthetic.

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers Benefits

Common issues filler can help with include smoothing out lines around the nose and mouth, restoring volume to sunken cheeks or temples, diminish vertical lip lines, plump lips, smooth chin crease, and improve facial symmetry. An experienced and qualified provider can help you gain confidence.

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How Hyaluronic Acid Fillers works

Fillers are made of a gel-like material that are inserted under the skin to restore lost volume, smooth lines and reduce creases, or improve facial contours. The treatment is popular and can be a worthwhile way to look young without the need for surgery.

FAQs

The results are immediate and with no downtime.  With fillers you can reduce almost any facial fold, wrinkle, line or crease. You can expect a softening and smoothening of the skin where treated. appearance. With injectable fillers, you can expect a more “full” and “youthful” appearance. For example, when treating under eye hollows (tear troughs), you may see an immediate fuller outcome, resulting in looking less “tired” and younger. With lip fillers, you may expect a fuller, plump, and pouty lip appearance.

No. Botox and fillers are temporary injections that slowly fade over time. It is recommended to treat with Botox every 3 to 6 months, depending on the area treated. Injectable fillers such as Juvederm, Restylane, Belotero typically last up to 6 months but have been known to last up to 1 year. Voluma and Volbella may last up to 2 years. Enhancements and touchups are recommended to maintain your desired results with injectable fillers.

Yes. The use of Botox and Fillers are FDA cleared for safety.

Yes. Specifically, fillers made of hyaluronic acid are the only reversable injectable filler. Some people may opt to having their filler reversed if they had an undesired or “botched” result. If you have received a bad filler result elsewhere and wish to inquire about having it reversed, schedule your free consultation with one of our licensed medical professionals. We offer “Hyaluronidase” reversal injections. Hyaluronidases are a family of enzymes that catalyze the degradation of hyaluronic acid (HA). This reversal agent is FDA cleared for safety.

Those who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or acutely ill with any active skin condition. Also, those with an infection at or near desired treatment site should avoid getting fillers or injectables. Those who are planning on working out same day of the appointment, who were drinking the night before, or will plan to drink same day of your appointment (may increase risk for bruising) will also want to avoid receiving injectables or fillers. Other medical considerations may be covered during your free consultation by one of our licensed medical professionals.

Some downtime may be experienced such as swelling and bruising. However, swelling and bruising is typically minimal and can be camouflaged with light make-up. Medical considerations and restrictions for being treated.

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