What are cheek filler injectables?

Cheek and tear trough filler have become one of our most popular procedures. Although cheek implants are a permanent option, many patients want a non surgical treatment. As the videos below illustrate, cheek enhancement is one of the most overlooked cosmetic procedures. A small amount of filler in the cheeks can make a huge difference in making female and male patients look younger. This is a painless, simple, ten minute procedure that has major results with virtually no recovery. Contact our office for a comprehensive consultation for facial filler injection.

Filler Augmentation of Nasolabial Folds (Smile Lines)

How can you predict what your smile lines may look like with filler?

Fillers won’t make the smile lines (nasolabial folds) disappear, but will improve the appearance of the lines and folds. To get an idea of what to expect when injecting the folds with a filler, place your index finger above the fold and press on the skin. This will cause the fold to plump out, similar to what the filler does. Younger patients may only need a single syringe of filler for both folds, but patients with deeper folds will more than likely require a syringe for each fold. The biggest problem with nasolabial folds is under treatment or not using enough filler. A patient is better off saving up for two syringes than under treating the folds with a single syringe.

Filler Rhinoplasty (Filling the nasal region)

Filler rhinoplasty is one of the areas that has become popular with contemporary fillers. Although this is not a surgical nose job (rhinoplasty), it can be used to camouflage nasal humps and fill defects, as well as balance nasal deformities. Nasal hump improvement is performed by injecting filler above and below the hump to make a continuous contour. Depressions and asymmetries are filled to plump the various regions

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