Dermal Filler

Dermal Filler (Hyaluronic Acid) is injected under the skin to mimic collagen, and treat volume loss in areas of the face due to aging.

 

Dermal Filler can be used to correct any imperfections in your face such as a crooked nose, sunken under-eyes, cheeks, lips, and chin dimples. Facial fillers add fullness to the face to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles.

 

For the Best Outcome:

The average treatment lasts 6-12 months and will gradually fade.  Botox and Dermal Filler are usually used together to smooth wrinkles and fill lost volume.

 

Downtime:

You may have some swelling or bruising at the injection site for up to a week.

Fast Facts

Who’s it for?

Anyone who wants to add volume to their face or non-surgically re-shape facial features.

 

Similar to: 

Lip Injections, Lip Fillers

 

Other terms:

Injectable Implants, Facial Injections, Soft-tissue Fillers, Injectable Fillers


Celebs who swear by it:

Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Jenny McCarthy, David Hasselhoff, Kelly Ripa, Cindy Crawford

Conditions Treated

Brows, Eyes, & Lashes

Clear skin can be hard to come by, and while daily cleansing is great, our complexion needs regular “deep cleansing” treatments to make sure pores clear, and the skin is free from breakouts.

Face Shape

We can now change what you didn’t get from your mama. Fillers and Botox are the new plastic surgery! No knife, no problem, fillers and Botox are the liquid facelift!

Facial Volume

We can now change what you didn’t get from your mama. Fillers and Botox are the new plastic surgery! No knife, no problem, fillers and Botox are the liquid facelift!

Nose Reshaping

The “Non-surgical nose job” is one of our specialties. Results that used to require rhinoplasty can now be achieved with our professional filler techniques.

Lips

Pucker up! As you get older, your lips start to loose their volume – your once luscious lips are now showing signs of wrinkles and are looking delated.

Wrinkles & Fine Lines

Those pesky wrinkles like to show all the fun we’ve been having in our lives – but don’t you wish they showed just a little less?