How are der­mal fillers done?

THE MAN Magazine Cambodia - - Tm Expert Advisors -

Der­mal filler in­jec­tions are usu­ally a quick and easy pro­ce­dure that you can un­dergo in the doc­tor’s of­fice. You won’t be put un­der anes­the­sia, so you can drive your­self home after­ward. When you come in for your ap­point­ment, the sur­geon will make small marks on your face to map out where the in­jec­tions are go­ing to go. Your skin will be cleaned, and there may be a top­i­cal numb­ing cream ap­plied to the injection site. Some fillers are also mixed with painkiller to help with dis­com­fort. The in­jec­tions are then ad­min­is­tered, fol­low­ing the marks the sur­geon made. When he is done, the marks will be re­moved. Some pa­tients might be given a cold com­press to help with any swelling that might oc­cur.

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