Interesting facts about dermal fillers
Dermal fillers have been quite popular for some decades now. Especially
Always remember that there are some times when you should not get the fillers injected. Especially if you are pregnant or breastfeeding your child or is infected sinus, then going for a cheek filler injection is not a good idea. In fact if any part of your face is infected, postpone your cheek filler treatment as it might spread the infection throughout the face. Also, it is not a good idea to get a cheek filling treatment right before a dental treatment or even a dental cleanup as dental treatment requires you to stretch your facial muscle causing the fillers to get misplaced.
The Do�s and Don�ts
To make sure that you get the best from your cheek fillers, you should practice these dos and don�ts:
� Do make sure that you understand what treatment is being carried out on you�the benefits and risk of the treatment, the process that is being followed and what are the actions expected from you.
� Do make sure you know what you are being injected with�whether the clinician is using government-approved products on you.
� Do tell your surgeon everything about your medical history and your current medical condition so that he or she can tell you about the pre-treatment instructions and you can follow them without fail.
� Do voice any discomfort you feel while the treatment is going on.
� Don�t choose a filler based on the price, but rather on what the doctor prescribes to you.
� Don�t go for a treatment at home or at a mall�these procedures need to be performed under proper medical supervision
� Don�t go for the treatment under the influence of liqueur or any other drug.
� Don�t squeeze or pinch the area that has been treated immediately post the treatment, give at least one day�s time.
Following these dos and don�ts will ensure that you have a successful dermal filler treatment with long lasting rsults.