At New South Family Medicine and MedSpa, we use Restylane and Juvederm facial fillers for injectable treatments to treat wrinkles, smooth out fine lines, and add volume to targeted areas of the face. Whether it’s improving crow’s feet, marionette lines, forehead wrinkles, or volumizing hollow cheeks; we have many solutions to fit each patient’s individual aesthetic goals and needs.
One of the most overlooked changes in the face of the aging process is the profound volume loss that takes place over time. Facial volume loss results from the resorption of bone, muscle, and fat and thinning of the skin from the loss of collagen and elastin fibers. This is where facial volume enhancement comes in.
Conditions we treat with Dermal Fillers
Our providers Shannon Shipe FNP-BC, and Dr. Jessica Mendelsohn have the necessary expertise and capability to analyze a patient’s individual facial structure; which allows them to achieve high levels of positive outcomes with facial dermal fillers. This knowledge and expertise are from having helped hundreds of patients over the years. Having treated so many patients, this experience has allowed them to fine-tune each treatment plan for every individual.
If you’re considering facial dermal fillers and/or Botox injections, and want to speak with one of our providers about how to achieve outcomes that look more natural, give us a call or simply click here to schedule an appointment online!
Which areas are suitable for fillers?
For certain patients, we recommend the use of fillers in the cheeks, tear troughs, temples, and jawline when there is a loss of volume. Please book a Meet and Greet with one of our highly qualified and trained providers to create a specialized treatment best suited for you.
Who is a good candidate?
Any male or female looking for more shape, volume, and definition on their face may be a suitable candidate for advanced fillers. You may also be a good candidate for Sculptra Aesthetic injections last for two years.
How long does it last?
The longevity of any filler treatment depends on the type of filler used, the placement of the filler, and the age of the patient. Fillers typically last 6-12 months before your body naturally metabolizes the product.
Is the procedure painful?
No, patients will first be numbed with a topical medical grade numbing agent and then when injected with certain fillers the formulation includes lidocaine- a local anesthetic.