3 Benefits of Facial Fillers

dermal fillers Bellevue WAWhether you have a few tiny lines around your mouth or you have deep nasolabial lines that appear when you smile, fillers can help fill in these parts of your face and make you look more youthful. As one of the most popular procedures that Dr. Kristin Tarbet offers, fillers aren’t losing their approval ratings any time soon. This article will discuss three benefits of facial fillers. Read on to learn more.

No Downtime

Although surgical procedures like a facelift deliver patients with wonderful results, they come with weeks worth of downtime. If you live a busy life and hardly have time to get a pedicure, then fillers are the right thing for you. In fact, fillers can be done in our office on your lunch break in around 30-45 minutes. And because fillers are non-invasive, there is no downtime involved at all.

Fast Results

Depending on the type of filler you get, most of our patients will start to notice results right away. Although you will be a little swollen around the injection site for a day or two, you will also notice a softening of your nasolabial folds and other wrinkles around the mid and bottom portion of your face. After the swelling subsides, you can expect to see full results in about a week or two— depending on the filler and your skin.

Real Results

A lot of people have the misconception that unless you are going under the knife, you won’t get good results from something like a filler. However, fillers like Belotero, Restylane, and Juvederm are consistently popular amongst our patients because they give them real results.

Lasting an average of one year, facial fillers are a great way to temporarily fill in your fine lines and wrinkles and add volume to your cheeks. To learn more about the different fillers we offer or to schedule a consultation, contact Dr. Kristin Tarbet today!

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