How Long Do Lip Injections Last?
Injectable lip fillers last anywhere from 6 months to 1 year depending on your lifestyle and metabolism. Be sure to incorporate a great skin routine to extend the longevity of your treatment!
How Soon Will I See Results?
Results of filler provide instant gratification, but keep in mind there will be swelling involved that can last up to two weeks post injection!
How Long Do Cheek Fillers Last?
Voluma is known for being the longest lasting cheek filler on the market. It can last up to two years!
Benefits of Cheek Fillers
There are a number of benefits to cheek fillers beyond reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Define and enhance your cheekbones.
Increase volume of your cheeks.
Look more youthful.
Plump up wrinkles.
Longest-Lasting Cheek Filler
with results that last up to 24 months
with optimal treatment
A highly structural filler specifically designed to improve jawline definition, providing immediate and long-lasting results, up to 1 year with optimal treatment.
What is the Difference Between Botox, Dysport & Xeomin?
While each injection method is made of botulinum toxin, Botox, Dysport and Xeomin formulas differ in the number of accessory proteins they each obtain. Dysport differs from Botox in that it allows for a more natural look. Xeomin is just about the same as Botox, the biggest difference being of the neurotoxin makeup. Xeomin is a bare neurotoxin, containing a single ingredient while Botox contains several.
How Many Units of Botox Will I Need?
There is no set amount of Botox to recommend for every single patient. Each face is different therefor, each treatment will vary.
The Botox Injection Treatment
Schedule your injection at a time when minor swelling or bruising will not disrupt your social obligations. Each time you are treated, outcomes may vary.
To lessen the likelihood of bleeding or bruising, discontinue use of blood thinning products for 10 days prior to treatment, if approved by your primary care provider. This includes: aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin or Advil), naproxen, Aleve, fish oil, St. John's Wort, flax, Vitamin E, Vitamin D, garlic, Ginkgo Biloba, ginseng, etc.
Alcohol is also to be avoided 24 hours pre- or post injectable treatment, as it is also a blood thinner.
You can consider taking Arnica Montana natural supplement to help bruising (take 5 tablets three times per day starting one week prior to treatment).
Please notify your provider if you have any history of cold sores, as we will consider pre-medicating with an antiviral prescription prior to injections.
Cancel your appointment if you have any open sores in the treatment area. It is important that you alert us of any medical conditions you may have and/or any prescribed medications you are taking prior to your treatment.