Bruise-Free Lip and Cheek Fillers
Are you looking for a quick option to improve the appearance of your lips or cheeks? Dermal filler injections can offer exceptional results to add volume under the skin, improving many common issues in the midface. Lips can look fuller, eye bags can disappear and nasolabial folds can be smoothed, all with a quick, outpatient treatment. If you live in Dunwoody and are interested in exploring the benefits of fillers for your lips or cheeks, come see our experts at Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC. We offer many different options in dermal fillers, with bruise-free injections that create superior results.
Your smile is one of the most striking features on your face. When your lips are thin or wrinkles begin to appear around your mouth, it can diminish the beauty of your smile. Filler injections can add volume to thin lips, creating a voluptuous mouth that looks look youthful and sexy. They can also replace fat lost in the lips due to aging, smoothing the fine wrinkles and giving you a more youthful smile.
The cheeks are another area that can benefit from dermal fillers. As you get older, the fat under the skin wanes, creating a more hollowed appearance to the face. Lines and wrinkles can appear in the midface and around the eyes as collagen production slows. Tear troughs and bags under the eyes can make you look old and tired. Dermal fillers can help address many of these issues by adding volume under the skin, smoothing lines and wrinkles while adding a youthful roundness to your cheeks.
Dr. Benjamin Stong is a highly credentialed facial plastic surgeon with dual board certification. His understanding of the facial features and how dermal fillers can impact appearance, allow our clinic to offer stunning results for our patients. He only uses the latest techniques and highest quality products in our cosmetic injection procedures, including offering bruise-free filler injections for the lips and cheeks.
Blunt tip Micro-Cannulas for Dermal Filler Injections
The traditional hypodermic needle is not the best option for delivering dermal filler injections. While it can quickly pierce the skin, it can also damage the micro blood vessels under the skin, causing bruising and swelling at the point of injection. Dr. Stong prefers to use blunt tip micro-cannulas for our lip and cheek dermal filler injections. This advanced technique offers many benefits over hypodermic needles for our patients’ comfort and results.
The blunt tip on the cannulas we use for dermal filler injections can deliver the dermal filler under the skin without puncturing the tiny blood vessels in the area. This results in no bruising and less swelling than when using a hypodermic needle. Plus, the micro-cannulas we use offer pinpoint accuracy to create the desired results. In many cases, Dr. Stong can use one insertion to treat a wider area, instead of multiple injections. This helps reduce pain and discomfort, while decreasing the chance of swelling or other negative impacts on the skin in the treatment area.
With any cosmetic procedure, you want to have the best medical care, techniques and products, with as little pain or recovery time as possible. Our lip and cheek dermal filler treatments are performed by the highest caliber medical professionals, all under the direction of Dr. Stong. We use top quality dermal fillers from the most trusted brands, including Juvederm, Radiesse, Restylane, Sculptra and Belotero. Whether you want to improve the fullness of your lips or smooth lines and wrinkles on your cheeks, we have the right option, all using our advanced bruise-free technique.
For those who live in Dunwoody or the surrounding area, you have a world-class facial plastic surgery clinic nearby that offers both surgical and non-surgical procedures. Contact Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC today to learn about our bruise-free lip and cheek dermal filler injections and other treatments to help you love the way you look.Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.