Plump Lips, Enhance Shallow Contours, Soften Facial Creases, & Remove Wrinkles
Dermal Fillers in Fargo, ND
Aging results in changes that causes our skin to sag and develop fine lines, skin folds, and wrinkles. For both men and women, a youthful face has fullness and softness in the cheeks, under the eyes, in the lips, and around the mouth. Dermal injectables replace those lost components of healthy skin making you appear more youthful and vibrant.
Dermal fillers are versatile treatments that can not only temporarily smooth away lines and wrinkles, but also restore lost facial volume and plump and reshape to create symmetry and balance in the face. That said, injectable treatments like dermal fillers are temporary and will gradually fade away, requiring occasional maintenance treatments.
FAQ: Dermal Fillers
How long is the recovery from dermal fillers?
Immediately after receiving dermal fillers, you will be asked not to rub or massage the treated area for the first 24 to 48 hours, as well as avoid vigorous exercise for the first day or so. After, it will be important to follow the treatment plan you and Dr. Adams discuss.
How long do dermal fillers last?
Dermal fillers can last anywhere from six months to two years – sometimes more, depending on the type. The expected longevity of your fillers will depend on the specific brand, the location in which they’re injected, your metabolism, how frequently you exercise, and other potential factors.
Who is an ideal candidate for dermal fillers?
Although filler treatments are safe for most adult patients, it is not for everyone; your consultation will determine if dermal fillers are the best choice for you.
How much do dermal fillers cost in North Dakota?
The cost of dermal fillers can vary. After your consultation with Dr. Adams, we will provide a detailed cost estimate, and will also discuss payment methods, scheduling, and financing options. In general, price shopping for surgery isn’t recommended. It is best to choose a plastic surgeon that you are comfortable with, trust, and one that has the proper training from an accredited plastic surgery training program. Visit our Financing & Fees page to learn more.