What You Need To Know About Fillers

What You Need To Know About Fillers

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Dermal fillers are a fantastic way to create a fuller-looking face while minimizing the appearance of wrinkles and skin folds. If you’re looking for a safe and effective to feel more radiant in your own skin, this treatment may be right for you.


Several different FDA-approved dermal fillers on the market restore volume and address facial wrinkles. While your provider will help you determine which is best for you based on your medical history and skincare goals, it’s important to educate yourself on dermal fillers before undergoing a consultation.


Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about dermal fillers.

What You Need to Know About Dermal Fillers

Types of Fillers

There are several types of dermal fillers available, the most common ones being hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Juvederm and Restylane. Each type of filler is known for treating a certain area of the face. Your provider will recommend the best one to you based on the look you’re trying to achieve.

Treatment Areas

Fillers can work many different wonders. Areas they’re able to treat include the cheeks, chin, lips, under-eyes, smile lines, and jawline. 


Before undergoing treatment, you need to book a consultation with a licensed provider so they can assess if this is the right form of treatment for you.


The procedure is usually very quick. After arriving, a topical anesthetic will be applied to the treatment area. After your injection has been administered, your provider will offer post-care instructions and schedule any follow-up appointments with you.


The results of dermal fillers typically set in immediately after receiving treatment. However, the length in which results last depends on the filler received. Some fillers only last a few months whereas others last over a year.

Side Effects

It’s normal to see bruising or redness following your treatment. However, this and any swelling typically subside a few days after treatment. You should be able to resume day-to-day activities immediately following treatment.


Dermal fillers are a safe way to achieve a fuller look when administered by a licensed professional.


To maintain the results of your dermal fillers, you’ll need to regularly receive treatment. Your provider will create a treatment plan with you and schedule routine appointments to prolong your results. 


The cost of treatment varies based on the type and amount of filler received. We recommend discussing pricing during your initial consultation.

Here at Adara Surgical Institute, we offer several forms of dermal fillers designed to treat a variety of areas. Our licensed providers can help determine the best filler for you based on your needs. We encourage you to call us and learn more about the fillers we offer and the benefits of receiving treatment.

Ready to book your appointment? Schedule a consultation today!

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