Available at the Laguna Hills & Long Beach Location
Over time, hyaluronic acid and collagen begin to decrease dramatically in our skin causing unwanted fine lines and wrinkles. Evnironmental factors such as sun exposure and gravity affect the structure and volume of our skin.
This is where the experience of your physician is of critical importance. An experienced physician such as Dr. Stafford, knows the underlying structure of the face and how much filler and/or neuromodulator to inject in order to achieve natural looking results.
Neuromodulators can improve the appearance of fine-lines and wrinkles. Botox® and Xeomin® are two medications that are used to improve the signs of wrinkles around the eyes, in between the brows and on the forehead.
Fillers, such as Juvederm®, Radiesse®, and Belotero®, can add volume where it has been lost to reduce the signs of aging. Fillers replace the lost fat, muscle, and bone and tighten the skin to reduce the wrinkles, folds, and creases.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Will Happen During A Consultation For Injectables?
Will I Receive Anesthesia For My Injectable Filler Procedure?
At the start of the procedure, patients will receive a topical anesthetic to minimize discomfort during the injection phase of treatment.
How Are Injectable Fillers Performed and How Long Does the Procedure Last?
What Should I Expect Of The Recovery After My Injectable Filler Procedure and How Much Downtime Should I Expect?
Will My Injectable Filler Procedure Be Covered By Insurance?
Injectable fillers are considered elective treatments by most health insurance providers, and they generally do not cover the cost of these procedures.