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Considering Injectable Filler?


Posted August 18, 2020 in Injectable Fillers | 2 minute read

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Considering Injectable Filler? Dermal fillers are one of the most in demand nonsurgical aesthetic treatment in the U.S today. Fillers have a variety of applications to solve many complaints about a patient’s appearance. Whether it be to smooth out the fine lines and wrinkles on our face or to restore volume, fillers offer a temporary solution with little to no downtime. With such popularity, comes an increase in providers for these treatments. So, what should you do when considering dermal fillers?

Choose the right injector

When it comes to injectables, the results are only as good as the person injecting them. Experience and knowledge are everything here. Using dermal fillers to achieve beautiful aesthetic results is an art. It requires in depth knowledge of anatomy as well as product behavior. This understanding only comes with experience. This is not the time to bargain shop for the cheapest price in town. Choose a reputable injector that you feel confident and comfortable with to achieve your goals.

Post Injection Care

After getting filler injections, your injector should provide you with detailed care instructions. Most common: 1: Do not rub or massage the injected area for the first 1-2 days. 2: Avoid strenuous exercise as well as sleeping on your side or stomach for the first 1-2 days. You will also be advised to follow a proper skin care regiment that will help you achieve the youthful radiance you are looking for. Sunscreen and cleansers are key, and your injector will take the time to provide you with a thorough skin assessment and recommendations based on your specific skin type.

How long does filler last?

In general, dermal fillers will last about 6-24 months depending on the type of filler you received. The most common type of filler, Hyaluronic acid fillers (or HA fillers) usually last about 6-12 months. This popular option is great since it can be dissolved at any point if you are not happy with the results. Other factors such as your metabolism, exercise habits and the location will play a role in the longevity of fillers. If you are considering dermal fillers for your cheeks, lips or any other area, call Ally today to schedule an in-depth consultation to learn more about our options and recommendations.

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