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WHAT ARE FILLERS?

Dermal fillers are a safe and effective non-surgical option to restore lost volume, smooth out wrinkles, and enhance facial contours. We utilize premium Health Canada approved fillers to target specific areas, such as cheeks, lips, nasolabial folds, tear troughs and marionette lines. Injection of fillers requires an aesthetic eye, and understanding of facial anatomy and balancing. Our injectors have completed extensive training, and provide beautiful and natural looking results.

 

By injecting these hyaluronic acid-based fillers, we can plump and hydrate the skin, resulting in a natural and radiant glow. The benefits of filler treatments are numerous, including the reduction of fine lines, softening of creases, and overall facial rejuvenation. Whether you desire fuller lips, a more defined jawline, or simply wish to combat the signs of aging, our filler treatments can provide you with the confidence and youthful appearance you deserve.

FILLER DISSOLVING

Hyaluronidase is an enzyme that is available to dissolve unwanted, old, and migrated filler. This enzyme breaks down the Hyaluronic Acid, and results can be seen in as soon as a few hours. Repeat treatments may be required to remove all of the unwanted filler, and we do recommend waiting 1 month before we inject new filler into the desired area.

 

We recommend dissolving unwanted, migrated, or misplaced filler instead of attempting to correct the area with more injections.

PRICES

Lip Filler

$670/syringe

$375/ half syringe

 

Tear Trough Filler

$670/syringe

Filler Dissolving

Treatment

$100

Cheek and Chin Filler

$650/syringe

Nasolabial folds/Marionette area/Smile lines

$650/syringe

Jawline Filler

$650/syringe

Amount of filler required can only be determined during one of our consultations.

 

Consultations are always free.

  • IS IT SAFE FOR ME?
    YES!! They have been available for over 20 years and can even be used for children with Cerebral Palsy.
  • WILL IT POISON ME?
    No, it is an approved drug that is derived from a naturally occurring bacterium. The dose used for cosmetic treatment is very small and toxicity from this is rare.
  • HOW DOES IT WORK?
    Neuromodulator works by blocking the communication between the nerve and the targeted muscles, causing the muscle injected to remain relaxed. Since the muscle is unable to contract, the skin surface remains smooth and provides you with a relaxed and refreshed look.
  • HOW LONG DOES THE PROCEDURE TAKE?
    Generally, after the consultation, the procedure will take approximately 15-20 minutes. Since there is no down time, this can easily be done during a lunch hour and you can even reapply your makeup within 20 minutes.
  • WILL MY FACE LOOK FROZEN?
    No, we are aiming to achieve a natural, rested look. No one will suspect that you have had treatment done.
  • HOW IS IT DONE?
    The product is injected using a very fine needle and usually, very minor discomfort may be experienced for a few seconds.
  • HOW LONG DOES IT LAST?
    The product lasts 3-4 months. Regular use of this product may result in a smaller dosage required over time.
  • AM I GOING TO LOOK WORSE AFTER IT WEARS OFF?
    Not at all! Once the treatment has worn off, your muscle movement will return to normal. However, regular use of this product will allow the muscles to relax, delaying the onset and appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
    The cost is $10/unit. The quantity of product used depends on the area treated and the strength of your muscles. Everyone is different, but as a rough guide, the entire forehead will use approximately be around 25-45 units.
  • HOW QUICKLY DOES IT WORK?
    You will start noticing your muscles relax by day 3-4, with full results in 2 weeks. At 2 weeks touch-ups can be provided if needed. For first time clients, we always require a 2 week follow-up to ensure that your results are perfect!
  • WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS?
    Minor bruising and a slight headache may occur. These are transient and resolve with make up and Tylenol. A droopy eyelid may occur, but this is uncommon.
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