Dermal fillers are made of a protein naturally found in the body called Hyaluronic acid. They are injected by a nurse or doctor into the deeper layers of the skin to refresh and rejuvenate your appearance. They smooth unwanted lines and wrinkles, bring back volume to cheeks, fill in undereye bags and bring back the natural, more youthful looking contours of your face. Fillers are proven to last up to 1 or 2 years, depending on the product and area of treatment your injector recommends for you. You will be able to see very visible, natural-looking results immediately after the treatment.

Dermal Fillers are used for:

  • Lip Enhancement

  • Nasolabial folds (Laugh Lines)

  • Under Eyes (Treats Bags, Dark Circles and Hollow look under Eyes)

  • Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

  • Loss of volume in cheeks or jawline


Who is a good candidate for dermal fillers?

  • You are 18 years old or older.

  • In overall good health.

  • Not pregnant or breastfeeding.

  • Non-smokers are ideal candidates due to the healing process. Smoking can cause the body to take longer to heal post-treatment.

  • Those who want to restore volume loss and refresh their appearance due to the anti-aging process.

  • Those interested in enhancing their features (lips, cheeks, jawline or chin).

  • Have realistic expectations with the treatment and results.


What to expect during the treatment:

On average, your treatment will vary depending on the area(s) but will take approximately 15-30 minutes. Depending on the area you have decided to treat after your consultation, a topical numbing cream and ice pack may be applied to keep you comfortable. Our Nurse Injectors will choose the most appropriate injection technique based on the area you want treated. The two most common injection technique are: needle technique or cannula technique. Both can be used in combination to achieve best results and this can be discussed during the consultation. The treatment itself is straight forward and our Nurse Injectors will ensure you are comfortable as they inject the filler. Once treatment is completed, you can ice the area as needed to reduce any swelling or bruising. 


Watch the process HERE