For rejuvenation and correction of wrinkles it is not necessary to resort to plastic surgery. You can even out the surface of your skin, smooth out wrinkles and nasolabial folds with the help of dermal fillers. How deep to inject dermal fillers? It depends on the area of the skin in which you will inject the filler. Depending on this, the depth may vary. For example, if you want to make a correction of the cheekbones, you need to inject the filler deeper. In all situations, the filler is injected under the skin.
Contents of the surgery
During the first visit, the patient should explain what he or she expects from the filler procedure and how he or she would like to look afterwards. It is necessary to discuss with the doctor all possible problems related to the procedure. The area to which the injection is made should be examined by the specialist after 2-3 days, and then after 4 weeks. With this approach, it is still possible to trace signs of drug incompatibility (small swellings and increased skin sensitivity). A positive result on allergic testing is a reason to cancel the injection, thereby protecting the client from unwanted consequences.
At the first visit, it may be necessary to prepare the patient for the procedure: if the client is not ready, the procedure should be rescheduled for another day. If the injection is done to fill in lines or wrinkles, then anesthetic cream is applied to the area 20 minutes before the surgery, or an anesthetic shot is given to help reduce the discomfort of inserting the needle. Surgery time can vary from 30 minutes to 1 hour. Nose and lip injections are the most painful. However, all unpleasant sensations completely disappear after 3-4 days, especially in the lip area, where the skin is more delicate. The side effect is a slight bleeding from the injection site.
It varies from a few hours to a few days – it all depends on the injected area and the type of the filler. Subsequent visits to the doctor depend on the type of filler; usually used to maintain the effect. After the procedure, it is necessary to strictly follow all the recommendations of the specialist. This will help to achieve maximum results and minimize the risk of allergic reactions.
- Apply cold to the injection site to reduce swelling;
- Use painkillers (for several days if necessary);
- Take pills or apply Arnica-based cream (homeopathic remedy) – recommended several days before and several days after the injection (has the effect of reducing bruising);
- In case of prolonged bruising, swelling, lumpiness in the injection area, contact your doctor immediately.