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Dermal Fillers / Botox

Dermal Fillers / Botox

Botox is most commonly used to treat dynamic wrinkles. These wrinkles appear naturally around the eyes, mouth, and between the brows. They become more noticeable as you get older. Botox injections relax the muscles surrounding these wrinkles. By not allowing the muscles to move, dynamic wrinkles are reduced. We will inject the muscles that contribute to the wrinkles you want to treat. The injection procedure itself takes only a few minutes, and the results are visible within two weeks.

Dermal fillers can also be used to treat facial wrinkles. They’re most commonly used to treat smile lines, but they can also be used to plump up the lips or cheeks. They are sometimes used for hand treatments or to lessen the appearance of scars.

Fillers and Botox each have their own set of risks and benefits, and they’re not really used for the same thing. While botox is used to treat wrinkles, it works by paralysing the muscles that surround them. Fillers, on the other hand, do exactly what they sound like: they fill in the areas into which they are injected.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Here you can find answers on frequently asked questions. If you cannot find the answer, feel free to contact us via email or phone.

Fillers typically last 6-12 months on average; however, results vary from person to person. It is recommended that you maintain your Fillers and come in for "touch ups" to ensure that they last as long as possible. The average person will have a Filler treatment done 1-2 times per year.

The majority of patients only experience minor discomfort. Because the needles used for dermal fillers are so fine, patients experience very little pain and the procedure does not require anaesthesia. It should also be noted that many dermal filler products on the market today contain Lidocaine, a local anaesthetic, to help you feel more comfortable. When injecting sensitive areas, topical numbing creams can be used to further reduce discomfort.

If you are dissatisfied with the results of Hyaluronic-Acid-based fillers, you have the option of completely reversing the procedure. A solution called Hyaluronidase is simply injected into the treatment site and dissolves the filler within 24 hours.

You may experience mild redness, swelling, tenderness, bruising, or itching after your dermal injections. These side effects should subside in less than 7 days. Redness can be hidden with foundation or concealer. In general, most patients have little or no downtime, which means they can return to work and go about their daily lives.

Platelet-rich plasma injections may not be appropriate for a patient who:

  • Has a medical condition that could worsen or spread with injections, such as an active infection, a metastatic disease, or certain skin diseases.
  • Has certain blood and bleeding disorders
    Is undergoing anticoagulation therapy (and cannot temporarily suspend treatment).
  • Is anemic.
  • Is pregnant.