Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers minimize fine lines and wrinkles, as well as add volume and fullness to the face and hands. But which one is the best?

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> Botox® / Dysport® / Jeuveau™

> Restylane®, Restylane-L® and Restylane-Lyft®


> Juvéderm®, Juvéderm Ultra XL®, Juvéderm Ultra Plus® Juvéderm Voluma® and Juvéderm Volbella™ XC





What Are Dermal Fillers?

There are a lot of dermal filler treatments available on the market for patients looking to rejuvenate the look of their face. Dermal fillers minimize fine lines and wrinkles, as well as add volume and fullness to the face and hands.

It is a fantastic option for individuals who want to treat moderate to severe folds, smile lines and sagging in the cheeks or skin.

They are made from Hyleronic Acid which is biocompatible and found naturally in your cells. With this treatment, your body will absorb the gel and metabolize the biocompatible substance over time.

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How Are Dermal Fillers Different From Each Other?

Juvederm® vs Restylane®

These are hyleronic acid based fillers and can be used to restore volume and smooth out skin in areas of the face (cheeks, chin, lips, jaw line, and tear troughs). These products can be dissolved if needed.


Sculptra® is made out of poly-L-lactic which can be injected more deeply into the skin into places that other fillers cannot go and provide treatments like full volumizing, and other areas of the body.

“Toxin” vs Filler

Botox®, Dysport®, and Jeveau™ are neuromodulators which block the nerves in the muscles that present at the injection site. Toxins will temporarily relax the muscles and keep it from moving to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, where as a “filler” is used to replace the volume that has been lost over time.

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What Are The Benefits of A Filler?

  • Mildly invasive procedure that is well tolerated by the body
  • You see immediate results
  • Duration varies with the location of the product placement
  • Fillers produce some collagen stimulation
  • Wrinkles and facial contour is improved
  • Minimal downtime
  • Treatment time is minimal (30-60 minutes)
  • Cost is per syringe and averages $500-$800 per syringe

What Are My Risks?

Hylernonic acid fillers can be dissolved. This means that if you do not like your rseults or have a complication, it can be helped with a dissolving agent. Fillers usually last for 4-24 months.

Side effects and complications can occur. Most commonly there can be redness, tenderness, bruising and swelling.

More serious complications are unusual and can include cellulitis, necrosis, and nodules. It is very important to use a highly qualified professional that you trust. These products should not be used if pregnant or lactating.


If you choose to book an appointment with us, the only thing you need to do is arrive with a clean, make-up free face. We are ready to make sure skin look younger, fresher and healthier!

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