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Fillers at Curated Medical

Dermal fillers are versatile injectables that are used to restore and correct volume loss due to aging or genetics. Filler can be used in many different ways and to treat many concerns on the face and body. There are 3 general types of filler- hyaluronic acid (like Juvederm or Restylane), calcium-based (Radiesse), or collagen-building (Sculptra), all have their own unique benefits that can be used as part of your treatment plan depending on your goals.

Curated Medical proudly offers the latest and leading fillers available. Our dermal filler lines include:

Juvederm
Juvederm is a hyaluronic acid filler that is injected into the skin at different depths to improve wrinkles, provide volume, and augment facial features. The Juvederm line of products includes Ultra, Ultra Plus, Volbella, Vollure, and Voluma.
Restylane
The Restylane family of products are also hyaluronic acid fillers and are used in the same way and same areas as Juvederm. These include Restylane-L, Restylane Refyne, Restylane, Kysse, Restylane Defyne, and Restylane Lyft.
Revanesse Versa 
Versa is a third hyaluronic acid filler. This is a very versatile filler that can be used in many areas of the face and is popular for lips.
Sculptra
Sculptra is a different kind of filler, made from poly-L-lactic acid. Instead of creating immediate change like Juvederm, Restylane, and Versa; Sculptra stimulates your own natural collagen growth over a period of 6-8 weeks. Sculptra is typically used to rejuvenate the whole face and is done in 2-3 sessions done about 6 weeks apart. A consultation is recommended prior to Sculptra injections.
Radiesse
Radiesse is a filler made from calcium hydroxylapatite. The calcium is suspended in a gel-like solution. This is a unique filler because it can be used in several different ways: as a volumizing filler for areas like cheeks or jawline, or as a collagen-building filler like Sculptra. Radiesse is also great for neck and chest rejuvenation in its hyper-dilute form for collagen building.

Filler Treatment Areas:

  • Cheeks
  • Lips
  • Chin
  • Jawline
  • Temples
  • Necklines
  • Chest
  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • To improve symmetry
  • Hands
  • Crepey skin (ex: on the abdomen)
  • Cellulite

Filler FAQs

How long does the procedure take?

A typical filler appointment is an hour or longer. All filler appointments start with a consultation and then either topical or injectable numbing is applied. The filler injections themselves may take 5-10 minutes per area treated.

What is the procedure like?

Small needles or blunt-tipped cannulas will be used to inject the filler after you have been numbed. You will start to see the filler injections right away and will be shown your results throughout the procedure and invited to provide feedback.

What about after the procedure? How long until I will see my results?

After the procedure, you may have some swelling and possible bruising. It is also normal to be sore for a couple of days. The initial swelling and bruising will usually last 3-5 days. Although you will see a result right away, it takes about 3 weeks for the filler to fully settle. For Sculptra, results are seen in 6-8 weeks.

How long does filler last?

Hyaluronic acid fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, and Versa) usually last 9-12 months. Sculptra and Radiesse can last longer, 1-2 years.

Will my face be saggy when the filler goes away?

Filler will not cause your face to be saggy. We are placing filler into a space that has lost volume and will not be using enough filler to stretch out your skin.

How much does filler cost?

Filler injections can vary significantly depending on how many syringes are needed. Each syringe costs $600-800 but we do offer package pricing when multiple syringes are done in one appointment. Remember that one syringe is the size of blueberry so even a natural but meaningful change can take more than one syringe.

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