Dermal Fillers, Injectables Oregon: Botox, Juvederm, Restylane
Sometimes, no matter how young you feel, your face tells a different story. Sun exposure, pollution, natural aging and lifestyle factors can all diminish the collagen layer that supports the skin. And where collagen diminishes, unwelcome lines and wrinkles may appear. You may want to consider a non surgical treatment or procedure to help with facial rejuvenation or skin rejuvenation. Products like Botox, Juvederm , Restylane may help. These surgeons listed below offer non surgical treatments and procedures for skin care and facial rejuvenation.
Ronald V. DeMars, MD10201 SE Main, Suite 20Portland, Oregon 97216
For those patients who do not want to consider the option of invasive plastic surgery, there are other options for improving their appearance through the use of non-surgical procedures. Your doctor can help you decide which treatment option is best for you. Treatments using injections can have mild to moderate side effects that can last up to seven days. Your doctor will explain these side effects and tell you when you should seek medical attention. As with any procedure, there is a risk of infection with the use of injectables.
Botox is injected into the muscles which allows them to relax. It is used to treat medical conditions such as neck pain, lazy eye, twitching eyelids, muscle stiffness in the elbows, wrists and fingers, excessive underarm sweating, chronic migraines as well as other conditions. Botox Cosmetic is injected into the facial muscles to relax them which decreases the appearance of moderate to deep lines caused by aging. Patients are usually pleased with the results which last for several months.
Botox injections are generally safe when performed by an experienced doctor. However, there are risks associated with the use of this medication. Some of the side effects you may experience include pain and bruising around the injection area, redness, itching, nausea, headache, muscle weakness and excessive sweating. Your plastic surgeon will go over the risks and side effects with you in detail. You can expect to resume your normal activities immediately following the procedure. Consider Botox in Oregon
Juvederm is a smooth gel filler that is injected to smooth unwanted facial lines. Juvederm works by replacing your skin's natural moisturizer which is lost through time due to sun exposure and other factors. Juvederm is safe for all skin types and colors. Studies have shown no increase in hyperpigmentation after use. These injections also contain lidocaine to numb the treatment area to make the injections more comfortable.
Juvederm injections are usually safe and have mild to moderate side effects. These will usually disappear within seven days of treatment. Side effects can include pain and tenderness at the injection site, redness, firmness, itching, swelling and minor bruising. Your surgeon should also be made aware of any allergies you have. To reduce the risk of complications following treatment, your doctor will instruct you to avoid strenuous activity, avoid alcoholic beverages and avoid exposure to the sun and heat for 24 hours after your procedure. Consider Juvederm in Oregon.
Restylane is a non-surgical procedure that adds volume to your face giving you a more youthful look while reducing the signs of aging. Restylane treatment may require several injections to achieve optimal results. A very thin needle is used for the injections. Your doctor may use an anesthesia at the injection site depending on the degree of injections needed. Results are not permanent and the duration of the results depends on several factors such as the area being treated, tissue stress at the treatment site, depth of the injection and the type of injection used.
Recovery time for Restylane injections is usually minimal. The tiny marks left by the use of the needles at the injection site can be covered with makeup. Other side effects can include tenderness, pain, swelling, redness, itching and discoloration and usually disappear within one week after treatment. Consider Restylane in Oregon.