New Jersey men and women are falling more in love with dermal fillers every year. This non-surgical, anti-aging solution is an amazing cosmetic product that provides many people with smoother and tighter skin with no downtime, so the popularity of dermal fillers should come as no surprise. But, while dermal fillers don’t require any downtime, most patients do end up with minor swelling after receiving their filler. If this happens to you, don’t panic. There are ways to help reduce swelling after dermal fillers, and we are here to share them with you, so keep reading.
Before you visit with Dr. Herbstman in his New Jersey office, it’s important that you have an idea about what dermal fillers actually do and what they can treat. As we mentioned above, dermal fillers are a perfect non-invasive solution for men and women who want to reduce the signs of aging, specifically on their face. But dermal fillers are not made of a magic potion and won’t fix everything. Dermal fillers can provide patients with:
In order to maintain your results, you will need to continue seeing Dr. Herbstman for maintenance injections every 9-18 months as directed.
Because dermal fillers involve an injection under the skin, swelling will occur for every patient but will vary in severity depending on the location of the injections and the sensitivity of the patient’s skin. In order to reduce swelling after receiving dermal fillers, Dr. Herbstman recommends his New Jersey patients adhere to the following:
If you’re ready to take on those bothersome signs of aging, call Dr. Herbstman at Contemporary Plastic Surgery today to schedule your initial consultation to learn more about how dermal fillers can help you.
Call any of his offices in New Jersey today at (732) 253-4404!
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