Enhance the Facial Contours
At Imagine Plastic Surgery, we offer a wide range of injectable fillers, all to help our patients regain their smooth, plump skin. Some of the fillers we offer are:
Recovery is fast and straightforward with maybe several hours of minimal swelling and bruising. It is best to avoid bruising that you do not take any aspirin, ibuprofen, Aleve or Motrin at a minimum of 10 days before the injection. These medications can thin the blood and make bruising more apparent. Tylenol (acetaminophen) does not alter the clotting factors and be safely taken in advance of the filler administration.
In addition, for those who are prone to bruising we recommend a combination of the homeopathic medications’ arnica and bromelain before and after your facial filler. Usually, ice packs are only needed to help with swelling and it is then advisable to take any of the over-the-counter pain medications as need
Since fillers are administrated using fine and slender needles there is some but usually minimal pain. Topical numbing creams or if needed dental nerve blocks can be used. not painful and does not require any use of anesthesia.
Fillers help by filling in unwanted indentions, adding volume in the cheeks and lips. Thus, balancing the facial features which help the skin to look brighter and balanced.
Depending on your desires your own fat can be harvested, purified and injected. For a more permanent solution to attain fuller lips, to create high cheekbone or correct a small chin, a silicone implant can be placed. Thus, providing our patients “One Goal, Many Options.”
If you desire fuller cheeks or lips that are out of balance with your facial features, want to smooth out some unwanted wrinkle lines, or fill in irregular skin depressions, you are most likely a candidate for facial fillers.
To learn which filler is best for you to contact our Riverside office to learn more. Dr. Hardesty and his team at Imagine Plastic Surgery help many patients each year to help restore or enhance their facial appearance. To make a consultation appointment, call the office, take our self-assessment survey, or fill out an online form.