Facial fillers are used to replace volume and minimize lines and wrinkles.
Improvements are instant and can last 6-18 months, depending on the filler. Treatments are safe and effective.
What Type of Filler Should I Choose?
Your provider will help you choose the optimal filler during your consultation. Selecting the correct filler is just as important as placing it in the correct area.
FDA approved fillers include:
Are They Typically Safe?
Yes. Your provider will review the benefits and risks with you during your consultation. All fillers used are FDA approved for use in the nasolabial folds (on both sides of the mouth and upper lip).
Should I use Botox® Cosmetic, Dysport®, or fillers?
That depends. Your provider will review the options with you during your consultation. You may be a better candidate for one treatment over the other. Often, patients benefit from combining more than one treatment method.
When Will I See Results?
Immediately. You may notice an improvement in the treated areas, which can last for 6-18 months. As with any cosmetic procedure, results may vary.
What Kind of Results Can Be Achieved?
The before and after pictures below show the usage of fillers in the nasolabial folds only.
How Many Syringes Should Be Used?
Every patient is different. During your consultation with your provider, the number of syringes will be selected to optimize your appearance. The examples above show the incremental improvement from no treatment, to one syringe, to two full syringes.
Why should I get my Botox® Cosmetic and Dysport® from the providers at Dermatology Consultants of Frisco?
It is important to know the qualifications and board certification of your physician before your treatment.
Our providers are board-certified dermatologists with many years of formal university-based training in cosmetic treatments including the usage of facial fillers.
Would you like to learn if facial fillers are right for you? Book an appointment with Dermatology Consultants of Frisco today at any of our locations and your provider will help devise an appropriate treatment plan for you.