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What do Restylane, Juvederm, Perlane, Radiesse and Dysport all have in common? If you are unhappy with the sudden appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, sunken in cheeks and other common signs of aging, you might look to one or more of these to fill out those lines and plump up your cheeks or lips. They are called dermal fillers and that’s exactly what they do, fill out your skin. Dermal fillers and injectables, like the ever popular Botox, have become almost commonplace these days, all but replacing the scalpel and expensive surgical procedures by presenting a virtually painless, quick fix that can be catered to each patient’s individual needs. Every dermal filler on the market has its strengths and weaknesses. Juvederm can fill in wrinkles, folds and improve that overall appearance of loose, sagging skin, but where Juvederm is more superficial and can be used almost anywhere, Radiesse volumizes deeper and is best used in specific areas.

Restylane works best on fine lines and wrinkles. Perlane’s gel particles are bigger and can be injected deeper into the skin for a more long lasting result that may be sustained for up to 6 months. Most dermal fillers take only minutes to apply and last for a couple of months.

A consultation is needed to determine if dermal fillers may be right for you. A combination of dermal fillers, or a dermal filler combined with another facial rejuvenation procedure may be the best way to achieve the results you desire. As with all procedures, there are risks and potential side effects. Side effects for dermal fillers are minimal, but may include minor swelling, minor bruising or redness at the injection site.

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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19

Dear Patients,

Dr. Grover and his staff want you to know that nothing is more important to us than your health and safety.

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak and the Governor’s stay at home mandate we have put some changes in place. While we are temporarily closing our offices, delaying surgeries and injectables until further notice, we have made virtual consultations quite easy to take place. The office is open virtually for any email, telephone, or video inquiries. Schedule a virtual consultation today to explore your options and receive expert recommendations from Dr. Grover and our staff.

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