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Dermal Filler Checklist: Physicians and Patients

Dermal Filler Checklist: Physicians and Patients
Dermal Filler Checklist: Physicians and Patients Dermal fillers are a popular and safe way for people to reduce and sometimes prevent signs of aging. Whether you're a physician or a patient, there are several things you should be aware of before treatment. For example, patients may need to avoid taking aspirin, NSAIDs, high doses of vitamin E, and St. John's Wort for a week before the injection. As well, patients may benefit from cold compresses or massaging the area after treatment. Each dermal filler will provide specific before and after care instructions for optimal results. You can find these instructions in the product pamphlet.  Checklist for Physicians There are a number of precautions that physicians should observe in order to ensure safe and effective treatment with dermal fillers. Ensure you inspect the packaging of all dermal filler products to make sure they are authentic and not counterfeit. Never attempt to inject dermal fillers without ...

Approved and Unapproved Uses of Soft Tissue Fillers (Cosmetic Injectables)

Approved and Unapproved Uses of Soft Tissue Fillers (Cosmetic Injectables)
How injectable implants help prevent wrinkles and nasolabial folds Injectable implants can help correct and prevent the appearance of wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds by filling in areas where soft tissue has depleted due to age, external factors, or even illness. As the skin ages or comes into contact with harmful external factors like constant sun or smoke, the internal structure of the skin becomes compromised. Important proteins like collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid are not produced as effectively as in younger, healthier skin, and so the skin becomes dry, loses volume, and even begins to wrinkle and sag. Dermal fillers are able to fix this issue by implanting the lost substances, like hyaluronic acid, back into the skin, hydrating the skin on a cellular level and adding plumpness. Dermal fillers are also able to help stimulate cell production, leading to an increase in production in those important proteins like collagen and elastin. Some filler treatments eve ...

Important Things You Need to Know Before Having Face Fillers

Important Things You Need to Know Before Having Face Fillers
Planning to Book a Liquid Facelift Treatment? Big picture: The liquid facelift The liquid facelift, also sometimes called the lunchtime lift, is an anti-aging treatment that involves receiving dermal filler injections in the face. It is a much less painful, minimally-invasive, and quicker alternative to surgical facelifts, with injections taking only a few minutes to administer and results appearing almost instantly. Instead of repositioning and removing excess skin to smooth out the skin, liquid facelifts work by injecting natural proteins and nutrients into the dermis that have been lost through the process of aging. With the addition of a local anesthetic, injections are virtually painless and there is little to no downtime required so you can get right back to your day-to-day life. What is a liquid facelift?. How to slow down aging. What you need to know before dermal fillers. Find a licensed injector. Don’t fall for fraudulant products. Permanent vs temporary dermal ...