DERMAL FILLERS

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The aging process begins in the late twenties and accelerates with time. One of the signs of aging is loss of volume in our face.  The essential features in our face such as collagen, hyaluronic acid & elastin begin to decrease in production & this ultimately results in fine lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers are used by Dr. Labbad to restore lost volume in a natural way that rejuvenates the face and restores youthful beauty.

Dr. Labbad will guide you through the various types of fillers, help you choose the best way to replace your lost volume, and give you beautiful facial contours. At Revital Skin Health Institute, Dr. Labbad does all the injections herself.  

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DERMAL FILLER BEFORE & AFTER

Frequently asked questions

Where Can I Get Filler?


Fillers effectively and naturally restore facial areas that have lost volume; a normal occurrence as one ages. Fillers lift and support the face naturally without the need for a surgical procedure.




How Will I know Which Dermal Filler Is Right For Me?


At your initial consultation with Dr. Labbad, a personalized treatment plan tailored to you will be discussed and determined.




How Soon Will I See Results?


You will see a difference immediately! Your skin will look dewy and revitalized in a natural way.




I'm Interested In Dermal Filler, But Will It Hurt?


Many people find the procedure at Revital Skin Health Institute more comfortable than expected. Most dermal fillers contain a local anesthetic to help minimize discomfort and a numbing cream is used for lip fillers to alleviate any pain. Dr. Labbad is highly skilled and precise; patients report feeling a light sting on the skin during injection.




What Is The Difference Between Dermal Filler and Botox?


Both treatments involve injections, but Botulinum Toxin (Botox) relaxes muscle movement that results in wrinkles while dermal fillers are meant to replace volume loss and define features. Sometimes, these treatments are more effective when combined with each other.