Facial Fillers

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RESTYLANE®

Restylane® is the brand name of the FDA-approved injectable dermal filler. It is made up of biosynthetic hyaluronic acid (HA), also known as hyaluronan, which is a molecule found widely throughout connective, epithelial, and neural tissues in the body. Hyaluronan occurs naturally in the  tissues of the face, providing moisture and plumpness. With age and strain, hyaluronan wears away little by little, leaving space where the skin used to be fuller. This loss of naturally-occurring HA is a chief cause of wrinkles. By injecting biosynthetic HA into the space left by the naturally-occurring HA, the signs of aging can be temporarily reversed.

 

F.A.Q.

Why get Restylane®?

As the first dermal filler approved by the FDA for cosmetic use, Restylane® is by far the most popular dermal filler used for lip enlargement and contouring, filling out cheeks, contouring the jawline, as well as diminishing scars and aging lines. Restylane® can be used to reverse the appearance of crow's feet, forehead wrinkles, brow wrinkles, under-eye bags, recessive chins, and sagging jowls. As the process involves simple and small injections, this is a non-invasive procedure that, unlike plastic surgery, does not require anesthesia.

Who should not get Restylane®?

You should not get Restylane® injections if you are:

  • under the age of 21
  • have an auto-immune disease (must receive prick test before injection)
  • To avoid bruising or increased swelling, do not take the following medications in the 24-hour period prior to your appointment unless prescribed to by a doctor:
  • blood-thinners containing heparin or warfarin.
  • Aspirin
  • Ibuprofen (take acetaminophen instead)

When should I get my injections?

Never receive Restylane® injections days before a big event. Even with the efficient and experienced staff at Via Beauty & Brow, most of the visual effects of Restylane® will not fully be visible for a couple of weeks. If you have never received injectables before, it will also be very important in the 24-to-48 hours after your first treatment to make sure you do not have any signs of an allergic reaction.

 

Are there any side effects?

Some patients may experience mild bruising, headaches, or mild pain during and the following hours after the procedure. Lumps and bumps may arise in the days after the procedure and are a normal part of the healing process and are not particularly signs that the treatment was uneven.

 

What should I to prepare for my injection?

You will be required to stop using medications that act as blood-thinners like aspirin, heparin, ibuprofen, and warfarin. As always, talk to your doctor before you stop taking these medications. Some patients require these to prevent blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, and other health scares. You may wear your everyday makeup to your appointment, though the technician will need to sterilize the area where you will receive your injections.

 

What is the injection procedure?

The injection practitioner will use a very thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the medicine into specific, pre-decided locations. The number of injections depends on the treatment plan and patient beauty goals. Different areas and problems require different amounts of injections. The entire procedure lasts under 20 minutes. No anesthetic is required for the procedure as very little pain is experienced with most injections.

 

What do I do after my procedure?

We recommend no exercise or strained activity for several hours after the injections. Some patients may experience minor headaches after the procedure, which can be treated using over the counter medicines. Try not to manipulate the injected regions for 24 hours after the procedure. To prevent further swelling or bruising, apply ice packs to the injected area intermittently in the several hours following the procedure. Avoid direct sunlight for at least 24-hours while the fillers settle and always wear sunscreen when in direct sunlight. Lumps and bumps are a normal part of the healing process and are not particularly signs that the treatment was uneven. If the lumps persist after three days, massage them out over the next one-to-two weeks. If they are still an issue after two weeks, contact us directly.

 

How long before I can see a difference?

The full effects of the procedure will not be visible until a couple weeks have passed and all swelling has gone away.

 

How long do my injections last?

Each patient is different, but the average duration before the focal area of medicine is absorbed by the body completely is 4-to-6 months.

 

 

 

JUVÉDERM®

Juvéderm is the brand name of the FDA-approved injectable dermal filler. It is made up of biosynthetic hyaluronic acid (HA), also known as hyaluronan, which is a molecule found widely throughout connective, epithelial, and neural tissues in the body. Hyaluronan occurs naturally in the  tissues of the face, providing moisture and plumpness. With age and strain, hyaluronan wears away little by little, leaving space where the skin used to be fuller. This loss of naturally-occurring HA is a chief cause of wrinkles. By injecting biosynthetic HA into the space left by the naturally-occurring HA, the signs of aging can be temporarily reversed.

 

F.A.Q.

Why get Juvéderm®?

Since its approval by the FDA for cosmetic use, Juvéderm® has become a very popular dermal filler used for lip enlargement and contouring, filling out cheeks, contouring the jawline, as well as diminishing scars and aging lines. Juvéderm® can be used to reverse the appearance of crow's feet, forehead wrinkles, brow wrinkles, under-eye bags, recessive chins, and sagging jowls. As the process involves simple and small injections, this is a non-invasive procedure that, unlike plastic surgery, does not require anesthesia.

Who should not get Juvéderm®?

You should not get Juvéderm® injections if you are:

  • under the age of 21
  • have an auto-immune disease (must receive prick test before injection)
  • To avoid bruising or increased swelling, do not take the following medications in the 24-hour period prior to your appointment unless prescribed to by a doctor:
  • blood-thinners containing heparin or warfarin.
  • Aspirin
  • Ibuprofen (take acetaminophen instead)

When should I get my injections?

Never receive Juvéderm® injections days before a big event. Even with the efficient and experienced staff at Via Beauty & Brow, most of the visual effects of Juvéderm® will not fully be visible for a couple of weeks. If you have never received injectables before, it will also be very important in the 24-to-48 hours after your first treatment to make sure you do not have any signs of an allergic reaction.

 

Are there any side effects?

Some patients may experience mild bruising, headaches, or mild pain during and the following hours after the procedure. Lumps and bumps may arise in the days after the procedure and are a normal part of the healing process and are not particularly signs that the treatment was uneven.

 

What should I to prepare for my injection?

You will be required to stop using medications that act as blood-thinners like aspirin, heparin, ibuprofen, and warfarin. As always, talk to your doctor before you stop taking this medications. Some patients require these to prevent blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, and other health scares. You may wear your everyday makeup to your appointment, though the technician will need to sterilize the area where you will receive your injections.

 

What is the injection procedure?

The injection practitioner will use a very thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the medicine into specific, pre-decided locations. The number of injections depends on the treatment plan and patient beauty goals. Different areas and problems require different amounts of injections. The entire procedure lasts under 20 minutes. No anesthetic is required for the procedure as very little pain is experienced with most injections.

 

What do I do after my procedure?

We recommend no exercise or strained activity for several hours after the injections. Some patients may experience minor headaches after the procedure, which can be treated using over the counter medicines. Try not to manipulate the injected regions for 24 hours after the procedure. To prevent further swelling or bruising, apply ice packs to the injected area intermittently in the several hours following the procedure. Avoid direct sunlight for at least 24-hours while the fillers settle and always wear sunscreen when in direct sunlight. Lumps and bumps are a normal part of the healing process and are not particularly signs that the treatment was uneven. If the lumps persist after three days, massage them out over the next one-to-two weeks. If they are still an issue after two weeks, contact us directly.

 

How long before I can see a difference?

The full effects of the procedure will not be visible until a couple weeks have passed and all swelling has gone away.

 

How long do my injections last?

Each patient is different, but the average duration before the focal area of medicine is absorbed by the body completely is 4-to-6 months.

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Fillers

See Before & After

RESTYLANE®

Restylane® is the brand name of the FDA-approved injectable dermal filler. It is made up of biosynthetic hyaluronic acid (HA), also known as hyaluronan, which is a molecule found widely throughout connective, epithelial, and neural tissues in the body. Hyaluronan occurs naturally in the  tissues of the face, providing moisture and plumpness. With age and strain, hyaluronan wears away little by little, leaving space where the skin used to be fuller. This loss of naturally-occurring HA is a chief cause of wrinkles. By injecting biosynthetic HA into the space left by the naturally-occurring HA, the signs of aging can be temporarily reversed.

 

Why get Restylane®?

 

As the first dermal filler approved by the FDA for cosmetic use, Restylane® is by far the most popular dermal filler used for lip enlargement and contouring, filling out cheeks, contouring the jawline, as well as diminishing scars and aging lines. Restylane® can be used to reverse the appearance of crow's feet, forehead wrinkles, brow wrinkles, under-eye bags, recessive chins, and sagging jowls. As the process involves simple and small injections, this is a non-invasive procedure that, unlike plastic surgery, does not require anesthesia.

 

 

Who should not get Restylane®?

 

You should not get Restylane® injections if you are:

  • under the age of 21
  • have an auto-immune disease (must receive prick test before injection)
  • To avoid bruising or increased swelling, do not take the following medications in the 24-hour period prior to your appointment unless prescribed to by a doctor:
  • blood-thinners containing heparin or warfarin.
  • Aspirin
  • Ibuprofen (take acetaminophen instead)

 

F.A.Q.

When should I get my injections?

Never receive Restylane® injections days before a big event. Even with the efficient and experienced staff at Via Beauty & Brow, most of the visual effects of Restylane® will not fully be visible for a couple of weeks. If you have never received injectables before, it will also be very important in the 24-to-48 hours after your first treatment to make sure you do not have any signs of an allergic reaction.

 

Are there any side effects?

Some patients may experience mild bruising, headaches, or mild pain during and the following hours after the procedure. Lumps and bumps may arise in the days after the procedure and are a normal part of the healing process and are not particularly signs that the treatment was uneven.

 

What should I to prepare for my injection?

You will be required to stop using medications that act as blood-thinners like aspirin, heparin, ibuprofen, and warfarin. As always, talk to your doctor before you stop taking these medications. Some patients require these to prevent blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, and other health scares. You may wear your everyday makeup to your appointment, though the technician will need to sterilize the area where you will receive your injections.

 

What is the injection procedure?

The injection practitioner will use a very thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the medicine into specific, pre-decided locations. The number of injections depends on the treatment plan and patient beauty goals. Different areas and problems require different amounts of injections. The entire procedure lasts under 20 minutes. No anesthetic is required for the procedure as very little pain is experienced with most injections.

 

What do I do after my procedure?

We recommend no exercise or strained activity for several hours after the injections. Some patients may experience minor headaches after the procedure, which can be treated using over the counter medicines. Try not to manipulate the injected regions for 24 hours after the procedure. To prevent further swelling or bruising, apply ice packs to the injected area intermittently in the several hours following the procedure. Avoid direct sunlight for at least 24-hours while the fillers settle and always wear sunscreen when in direct sunlight. Lumps and bumps are a normal part of the healing process and are not particularly signs that the treatment was uneven. If the lumps persist after three days, massage them out over the next one-to-two weeks. If they are still an issue after two weeks, contact us directly.

 

How long before I can see a difference?

The full effects of the procedure will not be visible until a couple weeks have passed and all swelling has gone away.

 

How long do my injections last?

Each patient is different, but the average duration before the focal area of medicine is absorbed by the body completely is 4-to-6 months.

 

 

 

JUVÉDERM®

Juvéderm is the brand name of the FDA-approved injectable dermal filler. It is made up of biosynthetic hyaluronic acid (HA), also known as hyaluronan, which is a molecule found widely throughout connective, epithelial, and neural tissues in the body. Hyaluronan occurs naturally in the  tissues of the face, providing moisture and plumpness. With age and strain, hyaluronan wears away little by little, leaving space where the skin used to be fuller. This loss of naturally-occurring HA is a chief cause of wrinkles. By injecting biosynthetic HA into the space left by the naturally-occurring HA, the signs of aging can be temporarily reversed.

 

Why get Juvéderm®?

 

Since its approval by the FDA for cosmetic use, Juvéderm® has become a very popular dermal filler used for lip enlargement and contouring, filling out cheeks, contouring the jawline, as well as diminishing scars and aging lines. Juvéderm® can be used to reverse the appearance of crow's feet, forehead wrinkles, brow wrinkles, under-eye bags, recessive chins, and sagging jowls. As the process involves simple and small injections, this is a non-invasive procedure that, unlike plastic surgery, does not require anesthesia.

 

 

Who should not get Juvéderm®?

 

You should not get Juvéderm® injections if you are:

  • under the age of 21
  • have an auto-immune disease (must receive prick test before injection)
  • To avoid bruising or increased swelling, do not take the following medications in the 24-hour period prior to your appointment unless prescribed to by a doctor:
  • blood-thinners containing heparin or warfarin.
  • Aspirin
  • Ibuprofen (take acetaminophen instead)

 

F.A.Q.

When should I get my injections?

Never receive Juvéderm® injections days before a big event. Even with the efficient and experienced staff at Via Beauty & Brow, most of the visual effects of Juvéderm® will not fully be visible for a couple of weeks. If you have never received injectables before, it will also be very important in the 24-to-48 hours after your first treatment to make sure you do not have any signs of an allergic reaction.

 

Are there any side effects?

Some patients may experience mild bruising, headaches, or mild pain during and the following hours after the procedure. Lumps and bumps may arise in the days after the procedure and are a normal part of the healing process and are not particularly signs that the treatment was uneven.

 

What should I to prepare for my injection?

You will be required to stop using medications that act as blood-thinners like aspirin, heparin, ibuprofen, and warfarin. As always, talk to your doctor before you stop taking this medications. Some patients require these to prevent blood clots, stroke, heart attacks, and other health scares. You may wear your everyday makeup to your appointment, though the technician will need to sterilize the area where you will receive your injections.

 

What is the injection procedure?

The injection practitioner will use a very thin needle to inject tiny amounts of the medicine into specific, pre-decided locations. The number of injections depends on the treatment plan and patient beauty goals. Different areas and problems require different amounts of injections. The entire procedure lasts under 20 minutes. No anesthetic is required for the procedure as very little pain is experienced with most injections.

 

What do I do after my procedure?

We recommend no exercise or strained activity for several hours after the injections. Some patients may experience minor headaches after the procedure, which can be treated using over the counter medicines. Try not to manipulate the injected regions for 24 hours after the procedure. To prevent further swelling or bruising, apply ice packs to the injected area intermittently in the several hours following the procedure. Avoid direct sunlight for at least 24-hours while the fillers settle and always wear sunscreen when in direct sunlight. Lumps and bumps are a normal part of the healing process and are not particularly signs that the treatment was uneven. If the lumps persist after three days, massage them out over the next one-to-two weeks. If they are still an issue after two weeks, contact us directly.

 

How long before I can see a difference?

The full effects of the procedure will not be visible until a couple weeks have passed and all swelling has gone away.

 

How long do my injections last?

Each patient is different, but the average duration before the focal area of medicine is absorbed by the body completely is 4-to-6 months.

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Restylane Treatment

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After

Restylane Treatment

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Restylane Treatment

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Restylane Treatment

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Restylane Treatment

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Restylane Treatment

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