Dermal Filler Treatments: $675 – $850 Per Syringe

Dissolving Filler Treatments: $350

Consultation – With Injector $100

Galentine’s Special (Valid in February Only): $387

Dermal fillers are clear gel-like substances that are injected under the skin to restore lost volume, improve static lines and wrinkles (those visible when the face is at rest), and can lift sagging tissues. In addition to rejuvenating the skin, dermal fillers are commonly used to accentuate certain facial features like the cheekbones and jawline, augment the buttocks, chins and lip, rejuvenate the hands and to correct nasal bridge deformity (a treatment known as “non-surgical rhinoplasty).

Where can dermal fillers be used?

  • Jawline
  • Cheeks
  • Lips
  • Under eyes
  • Hands
  • Knees
  • Nasal Labial folds (sides of the nose, down toward the mouth)
  • Marionette Lines (corners of the mouth, down toward the jawline)
How long do dermal fillers last?
On average, results will last 6-12 months, sometimes longer, depending on their ingredients and how they were formulated. Results vary depending on how fast each individual’s body metabolizes the filler and results gradually decline over time.

What are dermal fillers made of?
While dermal fillers all provide volume, lift sagging tissues, and increase collagen, they differ slightly in their mechanism of action and how they are formulated. Additionally, some fillers are composed of naturally occurring substances while others are synthetic. Our licensed and experienced provider can explain further what the differences are.

What can I expect right after being treated?
Due to the anesthetic in the gel, you may feel numbness or tingling immediately after the procedure, and have some moderate swelling, redness, bruising and tenderness over areas treated. Some people experience a dull ache, and tenderness over the treated areas which subsides between 48-72 hours. Mild, non-painful swelling can last for up to 2 weeks. Bruising is usually visible initially, then more obvious the next day before fading over 7 to 14 days. A small minority of bruises can last longer.