Dermal Filler Procedure Details
Why Use Filler?
The American Board of Cosmetic Surgery states that FDA-approved fillers are a safe way to achieve smooth, sculpted facial features without having invasive surgery. Fillers are becoming increasingly popular among celebrities and influencers, most of whom are open about using injections to achieve their desired appearance. Fillers are a great way to restore your natural facial contour without the risks involved with cosmetic surgery.
Areas Where Dermal Fillers Are Used
Lip filler can be used to restore or provide volume to small or thin lips by adding definition, as well as smooth lip lines caused by aging.
Under eye filler can help remedy dark under eye circles and bags, hollow tear troughs, and sunken eyes.
Cheek filler can improve facial contour and the look of nasolabial folds, marionette lines, frown lines, and other fine lines caused by aging.
Chin filler can be used to contour the chin for a stronger jawline or to smooth the mental crease of the chin.
Jawline filler adds definition back to your profile providing a more chiseled, youthful appearance.
Otherwise known as “liquid rhinoplasty,” fillers can be used to improve the appearance of a downturned nose or correct isolated deformities, such as dorsal humps. Nasal filler can also define the bridge of the nose to create a slimming, defined appearance.
As a result of aging, hands become withered and the skin thins. This can cause a veiny, wrinkled look. Fillers can be used to restore the hands’ previous youthful appearance.
Forehead and temporal filler can improve the areas where bone and fat pad loss can cause hollows and give the brow area a natural looking lift. Forehead and Temple filler can restore overall balance to the face caused by gravity and aging.
Earlobe filler restores volume to the earlobes to provide support; a perfect solution for stretched out ear piercings.
What Type of Filler Do We Use?
How many treatments will I need?
Usually the frequency of visit is 1-2 times/year
$800-$850 / syringe