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                        Fillers Restylane Juvederm Revanesse

     When it comes to fillers we offer many of the most popular FDA-approved hyaluronic fillers products on the market today. Restylane and Juvederm are made from a substance called hyaluronic acid or HA for short. This natural molecule can be found in the body. When it is injected into the skin, HA binds with water and expands to fill out the wrinkle from the inside. Being an all-natural treatment, HA bonds to the body and there is virtually no risk of side effects such as an allergic reaction or inflammation.

What areas of my body can I use these fillers?

Some of the most common areas our clients choose to address are lines from the nose to the mouth (nasolabial fold), lines from the mouth to the chin (Marionette’s Lines ), lips, frown lines, under the eyes, lifting sagging jowls, and midface, and even to make hands look younger by eliminating protruding veins and wrinkles.

What to expect? We recommend bringing a few photos of desired lip goal and older photos from the past so we can best understand your goal. After consultation with the expert injector understanding your goal, your skin is prepped with topical antiseptic and anesthetic.  It is best to avoid medications and food that can increase the chance of bleeding (ibuprofen, alcohol, excess fish oil, and vitamin E).   If you have a history of cold sores, best to let your injector know so we can give anti-viral prophylaxis.   Once the filler is injected, we will gently massage the top and bottom lips to shape the filler and minimize lumps. The whole process takes about half an hour. You will experience swelling for the first 48 hours which can be minimized by ice.

How soon do you see the result?  The result is instantaneous.  Most walk out with a big happy smile as they are instantly transformed with younger-looking lips.  The final result will be best assessed after one week after the swelling goes down.

How long does the result last?  Depending on the type of filler chosen, the result can last from 6 months to 2 years.  It also depends on your body’s metabolism and how often you move your lips. Most get a regular touch-up once or twice per year to maintain plump lips.

How much do they cost?  Depending on the type of filler chosen, the cost is $600-900 per syringe. Most will require 1-3 syringes depending on the desired effect.

Take a look at our Before and After pictures to see the difference.

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