Dermal/Lip Fillers Westminster, CO

Dermal/Lip Fillers

Dermal fillers are injectable gel-like substances used to treat a wide range of cosmetic issues in the face and hands, including diminished volume, fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. Several different companies make fillers, and each has its own unique formulations, which are useful for treating distinct problems in separate areas of the face.

By filling in certain areas of the face, we can contour and create the visage you’ve always dreamed of. Over time, dermal fillers are slowly absorbed by the body and most last anywhere from 12 to 24 months before necessitating a touch-up.

If you’re looking for expert guidance and information on dermal and lip fillers, you’ve come to the right place. Our goal is to provide you with comprehensive insights and answers to your questions about these cosmetic procedures.

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Dermal/Lip Fillers FAQs

What are dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are non-surgical cosmetic treatments used to restore volume and fullness to areas of the face, including the lips, cheeks, and under the eyes. They are often made of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body.

How do dermal fillers work?

Dermal fillers work by injecting the gel-like substance into targeted areas, plumping the skin and smoothing out wrinkles and lines. They can also be used to enhance lip volume and improve facial contours.

Are dermal fillers safe?

Yes, when administered by a qualified and experienced professional like Dr. Linda Carlson, dermal fillers are considered safe. Dr. Carlson follows strict guidelines to ensure patient safety and optimal results.

What is the procedure like?

During the procedure, Dr. Carlson will carefully inject the filler into the desired areas. Patients may experience minimal discomfort, and the procedure typically takes a short amount of time, with visible results that can last several months.

Are there any side effects?

Common side effects may include temporary swelling, redness, or bruising at the injection site. These effects are usually mild and subside within a few days.