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  • As you age, your skin may sag, lose suppleness, and prematurely age as its structure deteriorates. The use of dermal fillers can reduce wrinkles and fine lines caused by aging, especially those caused by sun exposure or muscle movement. Artisan Aesthetics offers dermal fillers to help you tone and restore volume to your skin. By using dermal fillers, you can sculpt your features, lift your brows, and contour your jaw by maintaining your face’s volume and fullness. The use of fillers can also help to reduce dark circles under the eyes, smooth fine lines, wrinkles, and creases, and rejuvenate the lips. The results of dermal fillers can be long-lasting.

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Lower Face AugmentationBy using Hyaluronic Acid fillers

We can help you say goodbye to your double chin and get rid of skin laxity and jowling.



Who are good candidates for dermal fillers?

The average person is a good candidate for dermal fillers, but the ideal candidate is healthy, does not smoke, and does not require permanent work.

How soon will I see the results of dermal fillers?

Immediately following your filler treatment, you should see some results. Following injections, you will experience swelling for approximately 3-7 days, depending on how much was injected, where it was injected, and how your body responded. In about 2-3 weeks, the product will settle, and you will be able to enjoy the final results. To prevent residual swelling and bruising, give yourself at least two weeks before any events or vacations.

How long do dermal filler injections typically last?

The longevity of your dermal filler will vary according to the type and how your body reacts to it. The average is 6 months to 2 years, depending on many factors.

Will I have any downtime after having a filler treatment?

Recovery times will vary for each patient, depending on the type of dermal filler used and how the body metabolizes the filler. After filler injections, you should avoid intense physical activity for 24 to 48 hours to minimize swelling and bruises.