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Dermal Fillers Q&A

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Dermal Fillers Q&A

Q: How long do dermal fillers last?
A: Dermal Fillers typically last 6-12 months but studies show that filler can last many years in the body.

Q: How much does filler cost?
A: Dermal filler typically costs $600 per syringe.

Q: What are Dermal fillers made of?
A: At LMC, we use fillers that are made of Hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a sugar that is naturally found in the body.

Q: Can Hyaluronic acid dermal filler be dissolved?
A: Yes, that’s the great thing about Hyaluronic acid fillers! Hyaluronic acid can be dissolved if there are any unwanted results or if occlusion occurs. Other types of fillers can’t be dissolved and have a more permanent effect.

Q: How much is in a syringe of Dermal Filler?
A: A syringe usually has 1mL of product.

Q: What are Dermal fillers used for?
A: Dermal fillers are used to restore lost volume, restore moisture to the skin, fix asymmetry, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, improve facial balance and stimulate collagen production.

Q: Who can inject filler?
A: In Canada, Medical Physicians, Nurse Parationers, Dentists, Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses who are licensed and complete the mandatory Cosmetic Injectors courses may administer Dermal Fillers.

Q: Are Dermal Fillers safe?
A: When Injecting Dermal fillers with careful technique, they can be very safe. Hyaluronic acid filler can be dissolved in case occlusion occurs. Normally risky areas are treated with cannula or not treated at all. It is up to the injector to go over all the risks with their patient.

Q: How do I know how many Syringes I need?
A: During the consultation the Injector will make recommendations for how many syringes are required. For best results, it is better to add filler gradually to get the desired outcome.

Q: Are there any side effects of Dermal filler?
A: Side effects can include mild redness, swelling, sensitivity or tenderness, bruising and or itching at the injection site. However, these symptoms are temporary and will resolve.

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