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Dermal filler injections are a non-surgical cosmetic procedure that involves injecting substances into the skin to restore volume, smooth out wrinkles, and enhance facial contours. These fillers can be composed of various materials such as hyaluronic acid, and they work by adding volume to areas that have lost elasticity and firmness due to aging or other factors.

During the procedure, a medical professional injects the chosen filler into specific areas of the face to achieve the desired aesthetic results. The results are often immediate, with minimal downtime required for recovery.

The frequency of dermal filler injections varies depending on the type of filler used and individual factors such as metabolism and lifestyle. Generally, hyaluronic acid fillers may last around 6 to 18 months, while other fillers might have longer-lasting effects. Maintenance injections are usually needed to sustain the desired appearance.

Possible side effects of dermal filler injections may include temporary redness, swelling, bruising, or minor discomfort at the injection site. In rare cases, more severe side effects such as infection or allergic reactions can occur. It's crucial to have dermal filler injections administered by a licensed and experienced medical professional in a sterile environment to minimize the risk of complications.

When considering dermal filler injections, individuals should consult with one of our providers to discuss their goals, potential risks, and appropriate treatment options based on their specific needs.

Pre-care and post-care for dermal filler injections are important to ensure optimal results and minimize the risk of complications. Here are some guidelines for both:


  1. Consultation: Schedule a consultation with a qualified medical professional to discuss your goals, medical history, and any concerns you may have. They will help determine if you're a suitable candidate for dermal filler injections.
  2. Avoid Blood Thinners: In the days leading up to the procedure, avoid blood-thinning medications and supplements, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and fish oil, as they can increase the risk of bruising and bleeding.
  3. Alcohol and Caffeine: Limit alcohol and caffeine consumption before the procedure, as they can also contribute to bruising.
  4. Plan Ahead: Schedule the appointment at a time when you can allow for a short recovery period afterward, as there might be some swelling or redness.


  1. Immediate Aftercare: Follow any specific instructions provided by the healthcare professional who performed the injections. Applying cold compresses can help reduce swelling and discomfort immediately after the procedure.
  2. Avoid Touching or Rubbing: Refrain from touching or rubbing the treated areas for the first 24 hours to minimize the risk of infection.
  3. Sun Protection: Protect your skin from the sun for a few days after the procedure. Sun exposure can increase sensitivity and potentially lead to complications.
  4. Avoid Strenuous Activity: For the first day or two, avoid intense physical activities that could lead to increased blood flow to the treated areas.
  5. Minimize Makeup: If possible, avoid applying makeup to the treated areas for the first 24 hours.
  6. Hydration: Drink plenty of water to help your body heal and recover.
  7. Avoid Blood Thinners: Similar to the pre-care phase, continue to avoid blood-thinning medications and supplements to prevent excessive bruising.
  8. Follow Up: Attend any scheduled follow-up appointments to ensure that the results are as desired and to address any concerns.
  9. Monitor for Complications: Keep an eye out for any unusual reactions, such as excessive swelling, pain, or signs of infection. If you experience anything concerning, contact your healthcare provider.

Remember, individual instructions may vary based on the type of filler used and your specific situation. Always follow the guidance provided by our team for the best results and safety.

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