Downtime depends on the type of procedure and how extensive it will be. You will likely experience some swelling and bruising, but you should be able to return to work and normal activities within a few days.
Local anesthetic is applied to make the procedure as painless as possible. You will be comfortable and awake.
For most procedures, you can typically resume wearing makeup in about a week.
Filler is either a manufactured product or fat stem cells from your body. It is used to add volume where the skin was sunken. This raises the surface of the skin to give a smoother appearance.
The life of the filler depends on the type of filler being used. Manufactured fillers can last from one to several years before needing a touch up. Fat stem cells will likely last a lifetime.
The cost depends on the type of procedure, the size and severity of the treated area, and the filler agent used (if any).
Patients often leave the consultation with multiple options, giving you control over the end expensive.
Interest free financing may also be available.