Fillers in Wheaton are injected using an ultra-fine needle, resulting in minimal discomfort. To assure your comfort during the procedure, a topical or local anesthetic may be used, along with ice packs. Most fillers are infused with lidocaine to insure a comfortable treatment.
The most common side effects of dermal fillers are redness, swelling and bruising. These side effects are generally mild and last a short time. We take all efforts to avoid, prevent and treat bruises.
While you might think that Botox and fillers can only be used separately, they’re actually better when they can complement each other! Botox is often used with fillers to enhance the overall results of the treatment. In many cases, dermal fillers will last longer when used with Botox.
Juvederm, Restylane, and most other dermal fillers use various forms of hyaluronic acid. Where they differ is how their molecules are cross linked. This makeup affects their individual properties and how the dermal filler will behave within the skin.
Fillers are dissolvable. It is rare for a client to want their filler reversed, but it does give peace of mind to know that reversal is possible and easy.