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Dermal Fillers

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Dermal Fillers

Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane or RHA are the most common type of dermal filler and are used to treat wrinkles and folds of the neck and around the mouth, nose, and eyes.


They are also used to enhance volume of the hands, lips, cheeks, and jawline, as well as to shape, contour, and balance the face.

Radiesse is a dermal filler primarily composed of calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres. HD Radiesse is often used for skin rejuvenation, promoting collagen and elastin production, and achieving a more subtle, natural-looking result.

Different types

Please book a free consultation to discuss which option and amount will work best for you:

  • Belotero

  • Restylane

  • RHA Collection of Fillers

  • Radiesse

Treatment Areas
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The Experience

  • Consultation and medical intake

  • Development of treatment plan

  • Photos taken

  • Skin cleansed and areas marked

  • Anesthetic is either injected or topically applied 

  • Filler injected with a  needle or cannula depending on area

  • Skin cleansed & post-care instruction card given

  • Follow up appointment scheduled

  • 1 hour duration


  • Avoid taking blood thinning medications one week prior to treatment unless prescribed by your doctor.

  • Avoid drinking alcohol 48 hours before treatment.

  • Do not receive treatment if you are allergic to any of the ingredients, pregnant, breastfeeding, have a neuromuscular disorder, or received a Covid-19 vaccine in the past month.

  • Fill out all general treatment forms and consents using the link sent via email.

  • You may need to take Acyclovir prophylactically if you are prone to cold sores and are receiving lip filler.

  • You may start taking oral Arnica tablets 5 days prior to your procedure to minimize swelling and bruising.

Day of Procedure

  • Arrive with a clean face

  • Expect a small amount of tenderness at the injection site

  • Redness or bruising may occur

  • Swelling may occur


  • Do not rub, massage, or put pressure on the injected areas for 2 weeks unless instructed by your provider

  • Avoid exercise for 24 hours

  • Avoid heat for 24 hours

  • Avoid facials and laser treatments for 2 weeks

  • You may use Arnica gel and/ or tablets, and ice packs for bruising and swelling

  • Please call or text us if you experience severe pain around the injection site, dusky bruising, or blanching

  • Expect full results in 2 weeks

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