Injectable dermal fillers have revolutionized the plastic surgery landscape, providing almost instant, transformative results without the need for surgery or recovery. Dr. Kobienia has helped many of his Minneapolis-area patients improve their look without the need for surgery.
While the results achieved through injectables are not permanent, the treatments may be repeated as necessary and do last for several months to a year depending on the type and placement. There are a variety of dermal fillers available designed to reduce wrinkles, add volume, and reduce the outward signs of aging.
Please contact us online or call 612-930-1111 to schedule a FREE cosmetic consultation to discuss your options. Dr. Kobienia in Minneapolis, MN, can give you a refreshed look through nonsurgical facial procedures.
Dermal Filler Options
Juvéderm® – A smooth gel filler designed to smooth away wrinkles around the mouth and nose. Juvéderm family of products are available in a variety of formulations (Voluma, Juvederm Volbella), depending on the area of the face being treated.
Restylane®– Restylane fills fine lines and wrinkles in the face, around the nose and mouth, and can even add volume and contouring to the lips. Results in lips last about six months, and skin results last between six and twelve months. Restylane® treatments can be repeated as needed.
Perlane® – Adds volume and fullness to the skin to correct wrinkles and lines, especially in the face.
Radiesse® – Replenishes the lost volume in the skin, filling wrinkles and lines. Used primarily in the face.
Fat Grafting/Transfer – Fat removed during a patient’s liposuction is refined and then injected as a filler to reduce wrinkles and/or add volume.
See a selection of our happy patients who chose Dr. Kobienia for their cosmetic transformation. Keep in mind that all photos in our gallery are for education only and your results may vary.
Dermal Filler FAQs
How much do dermal filler treatments cost?
Dermal filler treatments are an investment in your appearance. When it comes to the overall cost of dermal filler treatments, it depends on the amount of filler syringes needed to achieve your desired results. In addition, the more experienced the surgeon is with the use of dermal fillers, as well as their ability to understand facial contours can increase the overall price.
How do I find the best cosmetic surgeon for dermal fillers near me?
While the use of dermal fillers may seem like a simple procedure, the truth is that optimal dermal filler treatment requires specialized training and a deep understanding of facial anatomy. When considering a dermal filler provider, you want to find someone with extensive experience that can provide you with before and after photos, allowing you to see the results and get a clear picture of what you can expect from your treatment.
Do dermal filler treatments hurt?
While topical anesthetics are often applied before dermal filler injections, you may still experience minor discomfort, such as with a vaccine or a blood draw. Once the filler is injected into the skin, it can cause stretching, which may feel uncomfortable. This discomfort will diminish with time.
How long do dermal filler treatments take?
Dermal filler treatments are typically a quick in-office procedure that lasts less than an hour, meaning you can schedule a quick lunchtime appointment and be back to your regular daily routine within an hour.
Do dermal fillers require any downtime?
Dermal fillers do not require any downtime and most people are able to resume normal activities immediately after your treatments.
How long do dermal filler results last?
How long your results will last depend on the type of dermal filler used and the location of your injections. Most dermal filler results will last for several months to over a year or more.
Are there any risks involved with dermal fillers?
Risks or complications with dermal fillers are uncommon but they can still happen. Specific risks depend on the type of dermal filler used, as well as the location of your injections. Possible dermal filler complications can include:
- Skin irritation or rash
- Injection site infection
- Bruising and/or bleeding
- Lumps or acne-like skin eruptions
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