Dermal Fillers

Say goodbye to facial lines and volume loss

At Injectable Aesthetics, Nurse Natausha uses the most advanced, cutting edge techniques in facial filler injectables to give her patients optimal results with little to no downtime!

As we age, our faces naturally lose subcutaneous fat. The facial muscles are then working closer to the skin surface, so smile lines and crow’s feet become more apparent. Injectable dermal fillers can plump thin lips, enhance shallow contours, soften facial creases, remove wrinkles and improve the appearance of scars.

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Not every face is the same which is why not every treatment is the same. At Injectable Aesthetics, we provide our patients with meticulous injectable dermal fillers that are perfectly customized to each patient’s wants and needs.

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Dermal Fillers FAQs

What are Dermal Fillers?

Dermal Fillers are either hyaluronic acid based or non-hyaluronic acid based. Hyaluronic acid fillers are known as temporary fillers, and non-hyaluronic acid fillers are semi-permanent fillers. No matter what filler is chosen, the word “filler” does exactly as the name implies. It fills in lines or wrinkles and replaces volume that time or extreme weight loss has taken away.

What to expect from your dermal filler consult and treatment?

On the day of your consult, we look at the face and determine areas of concern as well as areas that have lost volume over time. Once we have looked together and discussed a plan of action, numbing cream is placed on the skin or in some instances, lidocaine is injected in order to make the area numb before treatment. Once the patient is comfortable, then the dermal filler is injected.

How do I know what type of dermal filler I need?

There are many different fillers that are FDA approved in the United States, and with all the new technology related to non-invasive aesthetics, the field is constantly changing and improving. With these improvements, there seems to be a new dermal filler on the market every 3-6 months. It can be a daunting process to keep up with them all. However, each filler has a different molecule size, as well as make-up. Although they look similar in consistency in the syringe, when placed under a microscope, it is easy to see the granular changes, as well as the molecular size changes related to each filler. Depending on the area being injected, as well as the results that are desired by the patient, Natausha can choose the appropriate filler for you. She uses many different fillers to achieve the result that is best for the patient. For example, when injecting the cheeks or the jawline, a larger molecular filler is required in order to replace volume in those areas. However, around the mouth for perioral lines, we use a soft, small molecule filler to give the patient a reduction in lines without causing the mouth to have a “blown up” or overdone appearance.

How long do dermal fillers last?

Dermal fillers are FDA approved to last a certain amount of time. It is important to know what area the FDA indication and approval is for. For example, most of the older generation fillers such as Juvederm® or Restylane®, were given FDA approval for treatment of the nasolabial folds. However, most injectors use fillers for other areas of the face, and that is considered off-label injecting, due to the fact the filler is being injected into an area that was not studied in the clinical trials. Some fillers have multiple indications for different areas of the face. The reason it’s important to know the area of the face that received the FDA approval, is because that particular area of the face is the area that was studied in the clinical trials. For example, if a filler is FDA approved to last up to 1 year in the nasolabial folds, its important to look at how many syringes were injected in order for it to last 1 year, and the area of the face the filler was injected into. Because we talk and move our mouths multiple times a day, typically filler around the mouth or in the lips doesn’t last as long as filler in the upper face. Most hyaluronic acid fillers are FDA approved to last up to 1 year with optimal correction. (Optimal correction means placing the right amount of syringes into a certain area and not under correcting the area). Non-hyaluronic acid fillers are more permanent and tend to last longer. Some non-hyaluronic acid fillers are FDA approved to last 3-5 years with optimal correction. However, it is important to note that long term fillers come with more potential side effects and long term complications.

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What can fillers be used for?

Fillers can be injected into many areas of the face safely, in order to provide the patient with an increase in volume as well as a reduction in lines and wrinkles. Common areas for filler treatment include the lips, cheeks, downturned mouth, jawline, and nasolabial folds.

Are dermal fillers safe to use around the eyes?

Dermal fillers are beautiful when injected into the eye troughs, or hallowing under the eye. As we age, we lose volume in this area, which creates a tired look. This can be a difficult injection, and its important to go to an injector that injects a lot of filler in this area. The complications can be more extreme in this area if the filler isn’t injected into the right space, too much is placed, or the wrong filler is chosen. The eye trough pulls a lot of water to the area post injection and its important to select the appropriate filler in order to minimize potential problems.

What is the difference between a needle and cannula injection?

Some of the areas of the face are better to inject with a needle, and others a cannula is better. Depending on the area being injected, I determine whether I will use a needle or cannula. Ultimately, the results are typically the same with both, however, in some areas a cannula allows a more severe or dramatic line to be achieved, such as on the jawline. Cannula’s typically also cause less bruising than a needle injection.

What can I expect after treatment?

The most common side effects after dermal filler treatment is swelling and bruising. Typically swelling lasts for about 72 hours and bruising can be present for up to a week typically. In order to have less bruising before your dermal filler appointment, we suggest taking the herbal drug Arnica Montana prior to treatment as well as a few days after treatment. It is also important to avoid anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen, advil, etc. Some herbal vitamins also can thin the blood and should be discontinued prior to treatment. It’s important to discuss this with Natausha at your consult in order to avoid as much bruising as possible.

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