Dermal Fillers for a Special Occasion in Fort Lauderdale

So you have a big event coming up, whether it’s a wedding, fancy soiree, or what have you, regardless of the event, you should be looking your best. It’s before a big event that we start to realize the little cosmetic adjustments that we could make; nothing extremely invasive, but just invasive enough to accomplish a touch up. What’s one of the best ways to do this? Invest in dermal filler.   

So, what are some of the benefits of dermal fillers?

Benefits of Dermal Fillers

In South Florida, beauty is of the essence. More people are submitting to Botox and other facial fillers than ever before and it’s because they work (provided you don’t go overboard). We’ve all seen those celebrities that have gone too far with the Botox and it looks like they haven’t shown any type of facial expression in a decade, but there’s also those we see and think, “Wow, they look great for their age.” Well, if you’ve said that while watching television or looking at a magazine, they more than likely dabbled in facial fillers and had a professional physician advise them on what’s “too much.”

Aging affects us all, whether we contribute to it by our lifestyle choices or not, we’ll all eventually start to see the signs which are why facial fillers have gained so much popularity. No one wants to see those crow’s feet and other wrinkles form on their face.

What Can Dermal Fillers and Botox Correct?

Those who are typically interested in dermal fillers are looking to revitalize the skin surrounding their.

With these being the most consistently visible areas of our bodies affected by age, properly correcting the natural effects of gravity shouldn’t be an invasive procedure - which dermal filler’s are not. While the short procedure may cause some minor swelling and redness, that’s nothing that won’t go away after a few hours, and if you notice any slight bruising, makeup should cover it.

If you are interested in dermal fillers or Botox for a big day or event that you have coming up, make sure to book your appointment sooner rather than later because you want to make sure you’ll be all healed. Although the makeup may cover up the bruising, you’ll still know it’s there and worry whether or not people can tell, so give yourself a week before hand to heal.

Dermal Fillers in Fort Lauderdale

With Botox and dermal filler’s becoming such a hot commodity in South Florida, you want to make sure that you’re choosing a licensed physician that specializes in the injections rather than simply offering them on their cosmetic procedure menu. If you want a reliable physician to help you reverse the effects of aging, contact Dr. Blanchar today to schedule your consultation.

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