Sometimes a filler injector can get your treatment wrong. At Snyder Plastic Surgery at The Breast and Body Center, we are dedicated to providing the best treatment or corrections for all of our patients. Surgeons use facial fillers as a nonsurgical cosmetic solution to add volume under the skin to help soften the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and hollow areas. An injectable filler uses a liquid substance to fill a facial pocket that has lost volume due to aging or weight loss. Liquid fillers reshape the natural contour of the skin, resulting in a younger appearance. They are commonly injected in the cheeks, chin, lips, under the eyes, in the nasolabial folds and other areas that require a “liquid lift.” It is common to combine a filler product with another facial cosmetic procedure. The advantages of fillers are that they’re noninvasive, leave no scars and are highly effective in achieving the results patients’ desire.
Some indications of a botched facial filler treatment:
- Over-filled injection sites
- Under-filled areas of treatment
- Looking lumpy or bumpy under the skin where treated
- Asymmetry (it does not look the same on both sides of the face)
- Excessive bruising
We do BOTOX® Repairs, too
We will fix BOTOX mishaps as well.
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During/After the Treatment
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- $250 - $1,500
- Recovery Time
- Average Procedure Time
- 30 Min – 1 Hour
- Post-op Follow-up
- 7 Days
- Procedure Recovery Location
Filler Repair FAQs
How Safe Is It?
All dermal fillers are FDA approved, meaning they have passed comprehensive testing to prove that the product is safe and effective to use. The majority of fillers are made with a natural substance so if the result is not as the patient desired, the good advantage is that the filler, at some point, will be reabsorbed by the body, and the results are temporary.
Do I Need Reinjection?
Most likely. Natural fillers are absorbed by the body in an average of 6 – 12 months. When this happens, there will be a loss of volume similar to the condition prior to treatment. Reinjection is recommended to maintain the desired results. Some patients find this high maintenance but feel its worth the natural feel of their cosmetic treatment.
Can You Fix This Now?
We will do our best to help you transition out of the previous injector's work. If you feel that your injection sites are bad,