Fillers for a Natural Volume Boost - Plump your Skin and Lips

What are fillers?

Filler Treatment - Filling and volume restoration for a youthful appearance! Fillers, also known as fillers, are effective substances injected into the skin to address hollows, fine lines, wrinkles and loss of volume and contour in the face. They offer a wide range of options, such as restoring volume in the cheekbones, cheeks, jawline and lips. Unlike Botox injections, which focus on relaxing the muscles under a wrinkle, fillers fill the lines, folds or areas with various safe and effective substances. This leads to near disappearance of problem spots and a more youthful appearance. 

For treating the lips, chin, jawline, temples and cheekbones, fillers are ideally suited. As we age, we lose volume in these areas, causing the face to lose its shape and create fine lines. By adding volume with fillers in these specific areas, we can restore contours and create a youthful appearance again. In these areas, muscle relaxation by Botox is less effective, making fillers the ideal solution. 

Discover the power of Filler Treatment and restore your youthful appearance with a safe and natural method. Our experienced specialists will be happy to help you achieve the best results. Get in touch today and experience the transformative benefits of this breakthrough treatment.

How long does filler last?

You can enjoy a botox treatment for about three to a maximum of six months, Fillers last on average six months depending on the quality of the material, which part of the body or face and the person's genes themselves. So generally, a filler treatment will remain visible a little longer than a botox treatment.

  • Avoid visiting the sauna for the first 24 hours.
  • Cleanse the skin with the products you normally use.
  • Apply any blue spots with a high protection factor (SPF>30), as under the influence of sunlight blue spots can become pigmentation spots.

What you may start to feel after treatment with fillers

  • The area where you were treated is slightly swollen and feels sore.
  • From the time of treatment, bruising may occur. Bruising remains visible in most people for about a week. Sometimes, however, it also happens that bruising disappears only after two weeks.
  • Especially in the first week, the treated part of the face may be irregular. In the first weeks after treatment, the injected material can still be felt (but not visible), this will gradually disappear. The first week after treatment there will also be some swelling. Two weeks after treatment, you will see the final result of the treatment.

When to contact the practice

You call the clinic if any of the following complications occur:

  • Fever higher than 38 degrees.
  • Incessant bleeding, where pressing with gauzes does not help.
  • Abnormal swelling, pus formation and throbbing soreness.


Before treatment, we take photos for your records. A filler treatment takes about 15 minutes. To reduce swelling, the treated area is slightly cooled after treatment

  • You should not apply make-up for 24 hours after the treatment as there are small puncture marks.
  • You should not lie down or bend over.
  • Avoid visiting the sauna for the first 24 hours.
  • Cleanse the skin with the products you normally use.
  • Apply any blue spots with a high protection factor (SPF>30), as under the influence of sunlight blue spots can become pigmentation spots.
  • Alcohol increases the risk of bruising or bleeding. Therefore, it is better not to drink alcohol at least 24 hours before treatment.
  • If you are taking a multivitamin, pay attention to the amount of vitamin E in it. If it exceeds 400 units per day, stop taking it for a while ( if possible 1 week before treatment), because of the blood-thinning effect.
  • The same blood-thinning effect can be produced by the use of ( e.g. Ibuprofen, Nurofen, Alieve). Preferably don't use this in the 48 hours prior to your treatment, paracetamol and Tramadol you can continue to use calmly.
  • It is advised to sit or stand upright for the first four hours after treatment. Do not bend too much.
  • Try to avoid extreme facial expressions for the first 12 hours after treatment.
  • Do not drink alcohol for the first 12 hours after treatment.
  • Due to the (small) risk of infection, no make-up for the first 12 hours after treatment.
  • The filler is injected precisely into the area to give the best effect. Spreading in the surrounding area is not desirable for optimal effect. During the first two days after treatment, it is therefore important not to rub or massage the treated area. After washing or showering, gently pat the skin dry.
  • Due to extreme blood flow in the skin, the filler might be cleared out at an accelerated rate and the effect of the treatment does not last as long. Therefore, try to avoid bright sunlight for the first two weeks. Pay particular attention if the treatment is undergone during the summer period.
  • Ordinary facial treatments are not recommended for the first two weeks. Let the skin rest for a while if you have had a filler treatment and do not undergo a facial massage afterwards.
  • No mesogun skin booster for the first 4 weeks.
  • In case of swelling or post-pain, you can treat the treated areas with a cold compress.
  • Avoid exposure to sauna, sun or tanning beds for a week.
  • If you consider laser treatment, chemical peels or any other treatment based on an active skin reaction after treatment with a hyaluronic acid filler, there is a theoretical risk of causing an inflammatory reaction in the injected area.

At 10 to 14 days, the result is optimal. After 2 to 4 weeks, I will see you again for a check-up appointment. This is to make sure you and I are both satisfied.


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