Think Temporary: The Art of Facial Fillers and Injections

forehead-wrinklesWhen it comes to the world of plastic surgery, people automatically tend to become skeptical. They think, why would I make permanent changes to my body just to fit in with society’s ideals. And although the answer to that question is a valid one, the decision to get any sort of plastic surgery is a very personal one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. And, as one of the most common forms of plastic surgery available on the market, temporary facial fillers and injections give people the opportunity to make big changes that won’t last forever. Read on to learn more about temporary facial fillers.


Botox is the most popular facial injection on the market, and is used primarily to treat fine lines and wrinkles both around the eyes and the forehead. Due to its ability to work relatively quickly and to give people the results they never knew they could see, this facial injection has men and women alike coming back for more. The one downside to Botox is that it typically only lasts 3-4 months and will have to be repeated once it wears off. However, if you’re not happy with the initial results, you won’t have to stick with them for forever.


This facial filler is used to treat any lines or wrinkles around the mouth, and is also used as a lip filler. As one of the fillers that lasts the longest, Juvederm lasts an average of up to one year, which means that if you love the results, you won’t have to get them redone quite as quickly. Many people— women especially— love the natural look that Juvederm gives to their face and lips and continue going back to receive more.

Whichever facial filler you decide to go with, it’s important to understand how long they last and what to expect from them. As a quick and easy way to target those pesky fine lines and wrinkles that make you look older, temporary fillers and injections are a go-to option for just about everyone.

To learn more about facial fillers and injections, contact our office today!

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