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Frequently Asked Questions
Dermal Fillers FAQ’s.
Is there one product for the full face?
No. We use multiple products from different suppliers, ensuring our patients will always have the product best suited to their individual needs.
How long does filler last?
On average, dermal fillers last 6 to 18+ months, depending on the treatment areas and product used. Areas that are used often, such as your lips (talking, chewing, and kissing) will wear down quicker.
Can I remove filler?
Yes. If for any reason you wish to remove filler, we can absolutely do so with Hyaluronidase.
What are the risks associated with filler?
The risks that occur with filler are minor. You may see bruising around the injection site, swelling, redness, and the area can be tender to touch. Post treatment, it is important to massage the treated area for two weeks to reduce bumps and prevent product migration. A rare issue is an inclusion of the vein.
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