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Dermal Fillers

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Dermal fillers help to diminish facial lines and restore volume and fullness in the face. As we age, our faces naturally lose subcutaneous fat. The facial muscles are then working closer to the skin's surface so smile lines and crow's feet become more apparent. Dermal fillers can be very effective in lessening the early signs of aging, including:

· Lips (volumizing) 

· Nasal labial (smoothing "marionette lines")

· Cheeks (lifting and volumizing)

· Jawline (create definition)

· Chin (create definition and symmetry) 

· Temples (add volume)

· Eye troughs (correct hallowing)

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know which filler I should make an appointment for when booking?


Simply make an appointment for either Wrinkle Relaxers (Botox / Dysport) or Dermal Fillers. If you would like wrinkle relaxers and dermal fillers during your appointment, please select the option for both. During your appointment Nurse Polly will determine the very best products for your individual needs.

How much does it cost to get dermal filler injections from Nurse Polly?

Dermal fillers are priced by the syringe. Depending on which filler is used, it ranges from $650-$850 per syringe.

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How many syringes of dermal fillers do you typically use on a client?

Clients commonly ask how many syringes of dermal fillers it will take to achieve their desired results. While there are averages in the number of syringes needed for common treatment areas, the right amount of dermal filler for your individual needs can only be determined by a professional injector.

Common treatment areas and estimated number of syringes typically used:

· Lips (volumizing) 1 syringe

· Nasal labial ("marionette lines") 2 syringes

· Cheeks (lifting and volumizing) 2 syringes

· Jawline (create definition) 2 syringes

· Chin (create definition and symmetry) 1-2 syringes

· Temples (add volume) 1-2 syringes

·Eye troughs (correct hallowing) 1 syringe

· Nose (contour and create symmetry) 1 syringe 

Do you offer your clients a topical numbing cream for dermal filler injections?

Yes, Nurse Polly provides her clients with a topical numbing cream for their comfort. Most clients find that numbing cream is helpful when getting dermal fillers. Polly uses a topical numbing cream containing Benzocaine, Lidocaine and Tetracaine. All dermal fillers also contain Lidocaine to allow for a more comfortable experience.

*In order to avoid excessive bruising, please remember to avoid taking any pain-killers right before your appointment*

How long should I expect my appointment for dermal fillers to take?

Including your consultation, your service will take approximately 60 minutes.

Is there anything I need to do before my dermal filler appointment?

In order to avoid excessive bruising, in the 3 days leading up to your appointment, try to avoid:

fish oil, vitamin E, Aspirin, Ibuprofen and alcohol.

Should I plan for any downtime after my appointment?

No actual downtime is needed, but please expect the following:

Immediately after your service, you are likely to experience post-injection swelling, soreness, redness and may notice that you are starting to bruise.

In the following 2-3 days, you may notice more bruising and some continued swelling.

Most clients typically do not take time off work after a service.

How long does it take for dermal fillers to start working and how long do they last?

Dermal filler results can be seen immediately, however your final results will begin to be revealed in 3-5 day, as swelling goes down. Dermal filler results last about 3 months.

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