Aging is a natural phenomenon, but the process does not take place uniformly all over the face and results in undesired fine lines and wrinkles. Facial fillers offer solutions to treat this signs of aging. It is commonly used by men and women of all ages to enhance cheeks, chin, lips, restoring the face and refreshing eyes. Let us take a look at the Dos and Don’ts of undergoing facial fillers.
· The Do’s
Do Check for the right filler
Today, there is a wide range of filler materials available in Dubai, depending on longevity, site of deposit and cost. One has to take it struck it while selecting the right filler for the right job. Even the medical conditions of the patient need to be taken into account while selecting the facial fillers.
Do Check for information
It is vital for a patient to be educated about the fillers, the technique used, Outcomes, risk factors, side-effects, necessary post procedure care and other valuable information for achieving better results.
Do Check for the cost of the treatment
It is essential to check the type of filler used, the amount of the filler required and the cost involved for the treatment. Additional charges for touch up sessions and requirement of any additional filler during the touchup session are the possible expenses that could be incurred. Your insurance company may or may not cover your expenses, therefore you must check beforehand.
Do Check if you need to combine treatments
For many patients, it is advised to go for different anti-aging process search as lasers, radioactive, and surgical procedures along with dermal filler are for better results. Hence proper knowledge of different cosmetic procedures and effects of such combinations is necessary.
· The Don’ts
Don’t ingest vitamins
Supplements like vitamin A, E and fish oil cause thickening of the blood and increasing the chance of bruising. So it is advice to avoid these supplements for at least three days.
Don’t go for massage post treatment
Patients are advised not to go for a massage at the treated area for at least two weeks and exposed to extreme temperatures like the artificial tanning, sauna or skiing. There is nothing to worry if the patient develops a bruise at the treated area because that is a temporary one. Visit your cosmetologist for a touch-up treatment after two weeks if the problem persists.