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Dermal fillers refer to a gel-like substance that is injected into the skin to address various concerns, such as enhancing facial features, reducing facial wrinkles, and revitalizing facial volume and plumpness.

Some popular areas for fillers include:




What happens during the procedure?

Before the fillers are injected, ice or a topical anaesthetic cream may be applied to the treatment area to minimize any potential discomfort. For lip fillers, an injectable nerve block is usually required.

Once the treatment area has been numbed, our doctor will proceed to inject the fillers. Depending on the area treated, a session may last between 15-30 minutes.

Is there any downtime for fillers?

There is usually little to no downtime for fillers.

However, some individuals may experience slight swelling and/or redness that will quickly subside over a few days.

What are the post-treatment dos and don'ts?


  • Makeup can be applied right after and you may continue with your usual routine
  • A high SPF sunblock should also be applied before heading outdoor
  • If swelling and/or redness are/is present, icing the treated area will help to reduce their appearance


  • Avoid strenuous activities for at least 24 hours as increased blood flow may cause discormfort around the treated area and increase chances of swelling and/or bruising
  • Avoid prolonged sun exposure from the sun as UV radiation can cause premature filler degradation 
  • Avoid touching or massaging the treated area as it may aggravate bruising and swelling, or cause the filler to be displaced