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Hyaluronic Acid Filler Specialists

Reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles; get back the volume you once had.

Enjoy a more youthful appearance with DreamBody’s filler services. Fillers are administered by injection or cannula technique to help restore volume loss when fat pads under your skin begins to shrink or shift as we age.

The fillers used at DreamBody Medical Centers are made of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is also known as hyaluronan and it is a clear substance that is naturally occurring in your body. It is found in great amounts in our skin, connective tissue and eyes. Hyaluronic acid helps retain water and keep your tissues hydrated and lubricated. Depending on the area being treated and the patient being treated, our nurse injector Adan will decide which filler to use.

We carry two kinds of Hyaluronic Acid Fillers available:

  • Juvederm family of fillers
  • Restylane family if fillers

Lip Filler

Full Syringe: $650
Mini Lip Fill: $450

Upon assessment and patient goals, Nurse Adan will choose the brand of filler used and the recommended amount needed. All fillers used at the clinic are hyaluronic acid fillers. The lip fillers that Adan prefers to choose for his patients are Restylane brand fillers & Versa Lips. To help avoid overfilled lip filler results, the maximum amount of lip filler injected per session is one syringe.

What is a mini lip fill?
Mini lip filler is perfect for those not ready for a full syringe of filler. This is also great for people who already have a lip filler injection by ADAN and would like to add more volume or a touch-up to maintain results. A mini lip filler uses half of a syringe filler.
How long does it last?
The average lip filler lasts anywhere from 6-12 months. If you want to maintain your results longer, it is recommended to refill your lips at around 6-8 months to prevent the previous filler injected to dissolve completely and starting all over. When layering filler, the results can last longer. To build smaller lips, it is recommended to add more filler no sooner than 6 weeks from initial treatment.
Can you inject over previously injected lip filler done elsewhere?
If you have had previous lip filler done elsewhere and it was not injected properly or with filler that I approve of, I will not inject more fill on top. We must first dissolve the old filler and then have you come back to get refilled. In order to get the Franco lips results you see on my page, I must ensure I am working on lips that don’t have badly placed or migrated filler in them.
What to expect?
Swelling, soreness, bruising, bumps, and asymmetry before your lip filler has completely healed is normal. Complete lip filler healing takes about two full weeks. It is unrealistic to expect no bruising after your injectables appointment or to ask how much you will bruise. Everyone bruises and heals differently.
Are lip fillers safe?

For every aesthetic procedure done at the clinic, there is an emergency protocol available to help manage any complication. All hyaluronic acid-based fillers are reversible using an injectable solution known as hyaluronidase (Hylenex). Hyaluronidase helps break down the filler in case of a reaction, occlusion, or poorly placed or migrated filler from previous treatments.

Before & Aftercare?
Before your appointment, it is very important that you avoid blood thinners for at least one week. Avoiding blood thinners such as ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen, St. John’s Wort, ginger, garlic, ginkgo biloba, vitamin A, vitamin E, Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oils), and other anti-inflammatory medications will help decrease the amount of bruising after your procedure. Please avoid any alcohol intake for at least 24-hours prior to and after your appointment to help decrease the amount of bruising.
After your lip filler treatment, it is important that you avoid touching, massaging, kissing, oral sex, lipstick, or other used makeup for 6 hours after. It is important that you avoid any of these as we are to prevent any possible infection. Using Arnica, bromelain, or consuming pineapple (if not allergic) helps increase faster healing time due to its anti-inflammatory effects and helping heal bruises faster. If you experience severe weather or dramatic atmospheric pressure changes please be aware that you may experience greater than normal swelling. To avoid additional swelling, sleep with your head elevated for 2-4 days after treatment.
Can I get lip filler if I have a history of herpes type 1?
If you have a history of herpes type 1 (sores around the mouth), you will be prescribed medication to prevent break out after your treatment.

Temple Filler

Starting at $1,500

Temple filler is injected in the temple areas to help rejuvenate the upper third part of our face. As we age, the temple region becomes hollow showing signs of aging. Using a minimum of 1 syringe per side for someone with very minor temple hollowing, temple filler helps give back a youthful appearance. The number of syringes needed to treat this area will be determined at the time of assessment. When placing fillers in the temples, it is important that we blend the filler into the cheekbone region for a natural result. An average of 2-6 syringes are to treat this area..

Nose Filler

Starting at $850
Nose filler is a great treatment for those who are looking to diminish the appearance of dorsal humps and raise the tip of the nose. Placing microdroplets of filler in this area can help contour the nose giving it a slimmer appearance. Please keep in mind that this procedure is not for those who are looking to decrease the bulb of the nose as that requires surgery.

Nasolabial Folds Filler

Starting at $1,300
Nasolabial folds filler helps correct unwanted lines frequently seen with smiling. After carefully addressing the midface for volume loss the nasolabial folds can be treated with dermal filler for a softer appearance. Before treating nasolabial folds, we must treat the midface area first. Replacing midface volume loss before treating the nasolabial folds will give an overall more natural and youthful appearance. Average of 2-3 syringes are used for this area.

Anti-Aging & Aesthetics

Yes, the benefit of hyaluronic acid fillers is that they have a reversing agent known as Hyaluronidase or Hylenex (brand name). Multiple sessions may be needed to remove previously injected filler but this is determined at time of consultation.

The dermal fillers used in our office are made of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is also known as hyaluronan and it is a clear substance that is naturally occurring in your body. It is found in great amounts in our skin, connective tissue and eyes. Hyaluronic acid helps retain water and keep your tissues hydrated and lubricated.
Dermal fillers last on average between 6-12 months but may last longer for some patients. Depending on the dermal filler injected, results may last longer. Some patients metabolize the hyaluronic acid filler faster or slower than others which is why lasting time can vary. The best recommendation to upkeep results is to inject small doses before the filler is completely gone. Our nurse injector Adan recommends his patients come back at 6-8 months for evaluation and then you both can decide if a touch up to upkeep results is needed.