Dermal fillers

Dermal fillers are most often used to fill and soften the appearance of creases or folds in the skin—but that’s only the beginning.

At Rejuvenation NYC, we offer a wide range of injectable fillers that can be used to smooth and sculpt various areas of the face in many ways, including:

• filling nasolabial folds (“smile” or “laugh” lines) and marionette (chin) lines
• augmenting and restoring lost volume to cheeks, temples and jowls
• volumizing lips
• defining lip borders
• shaping the jaw, chin and nose bridge

For these treatments, we offer patients options including Allergan’s full line of dermal fillers—Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Ultra Plus, Voluma, Volbella and Vollure—as well as Restylane, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Defyne, Restylane Refyne, Radiesse and Belotero. That’s a lot to keep track of—and we have more information below for your perusal—but know that your practitioner will always discuss your individual needs and treatment goals in order to find the best treatment option for you!


What's best for me?

What is the price for each filler?

The price for each filler varies depending on the type of treatment being offered. Please call or email our office, and we'll help you discuss pricing and financing options.

Is there anything I should do before or after my filler treatment?

In order to minimize the risk of bruising, we recommend discontinuing any medications that can thin your blood (including Advil, Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Motrin, Aleve, and even vitamin E and fish oil), ideally beginning two weeks before your appointment. Acetaminophen can be used for headaches, pains and fever. Some patients also prefer to begin taking arnica montana, a homeopathic medicine believed to prevent bruising and swelling, a few days before their appointment. Dr. Philip recommends using strength 30C tablets, taking four tablets every four hours and allowing them to dissolve under the tongue. Arnica montana can also be used following treatment.

Can you use dermal fillers if you're pregnant or breastfeeding?

Unfortunately, patients who are pregnant or nursing cannot use dermal fillers.

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