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Dermal Fillers - Recovery

Most patients find that their dermal filler results are immediately visible, with continued improvement over the next few days to weeks as any swelling or bruising subsides.

Dermal Fillers

What Should I Expect During My Dermal Filler Recovery?

After receiving dermal filler injections, you can experience minor side effects as your skin heals and adjusts to the treatment. Most patients find that these effects are temporary and manageable, allowing them to return to their daily activities immediately following the procedure.

 

One of the most common side effects is mild swelling and bruising around the injection sites. This is a normal response to the injections and typically subsides within a few days to a week. 

 

You can minimize swelling by applying ice packs to the treated areas for the first 24-48 hours and sleeping with your head slightly elevated.

 

You may also experience some redness, tenderness, or itching at the injection sites. These sensations are usually mild and should resolve within a few days. Over-the-counter pain relievers can help alleviate discomfort, but avoid aspirin and ibuprofen, as they may increase bruising.

 

In some cases, you may feel small lumps or bumps under the skin where the filler was injected. These irregularities should soften and smooth out over the next few days to weeks as the filler integrates with your skin. Gentle massage can help distribute the product more evenly.

 

It’s essential to follow your provider’s post-treatment instructions carefully to ensure proper healing and optimal results. This may include avoiding strenuous exercise, excessive heat, and direct sun exposure for the first 24-48 hours. You should also avoid touching or rubbing the treated areas and delay any facial treatments or skin care procedures for at least a week.

 

Most patients find that their dermal filler results are immediately visible, with continued improvement over the next few days to weeks as any swelling or bruising subsides. 

 

The longevity of your results will depend on the type of filler used, the areas treated, and your individual metabolism, but most fillers last between 6-24 months.

 

If you experience any severe pain, prolonged swelling, or signs of infection, contact your provider immediately for guidance and potential treatment.

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