Ever Heard Of Dermal Fillers?
Ever Heard Of Dermal Fillers? Want to Know More?
Dermal fillers are esthetic treatments used on the face and injected into the skin.
Dermal fillers are meant to take away the wrinkles that bother you so much and make your skin smoother. The base of dermal fillers
such as Juvederm, is called hyaluronic acid. This acid is naturally a part of your body and can be found in most living things.
There is nothing harmful about this substance. It is helpful to movable parts of the body for it bandages water and plays the role of a type of lubricant and a shock absorber. It is usually found in muscles, tendons and joints of mammals.
This Fall, learn more about how dermal fillers can help fill in the wrinkles and deep creases of your skin and give you the look that you have dreamed about. Imagine how renewed you will feel walking into that crisp Fall air with a new sense of confidence.
The process of injecting a dermal filler is quite simple. It may create an uncomfortable feeling, however it is not painful and it takes very little time to complete. When you visit a Face lift surgery clinic for the first time you can expect a chance to explain to your doctor about the changes you want to make to your face.
Your doctor, who will be a Juvederm expert at the clinic, will listen to your requests and then ink the places that will need injections to achieve the results you are looking for. An antibacterial cleanse will be used to thoroughly clean the places that were marked. If you are lucky, sometimes a topical numbing cream will be applied.
Next, your surgeon will inject each area with the filler. This process will not take long, so you can expect to be in and out quickly. When all the injections are done, the ink will be washed off and you may ask for an ice pack to relieve any feeling that may be uncomfortable. You will then be allowed put on makeup you wish, but be cautious of how much pressure you apply.
You want to be gentle with those areas atleast for the first full day. Often it is recommended that you stay out of the sun for the first 24 hours as well. When you leave the clinic there may be mild redness or swelling at the injection sites, but that will fade quickly.
Keep in mind, that your recovery is a simple task. You can return to your daily schedule, with no problem. You don’t need to worry about taking time off work or from your other obligations to have this treatment done.
Though, we recommend that for the first 24 hours you are not to put alot of pressure on the areas that were injected. You don’t want to ruin the desired look that we have given you. It is recommended that you have a follow up visit at the clinic where they examine the results 10 days after the treatment and they can be able to inform you whether you need more treatments or not
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