HOW TO REDUCE BRUISING AFTER YOUR INJECTION

The process of using dermal fillers involves injecting filler into the skin, and you will need to know how to reduce bruising after your injection. Products that we offer at Love Your Body Medical Spa that involve dermal filler injections are Botox, Juvederm, Radiesse, Restylane and Voluma. It is possible that you will experience bruising, red spots, swelling or temporary bumps following injections. Here are some are some steps that you can take before and after treatment to reduce the likelihood of these side effects.

Pre-treatment Steps

Checking the manufacturer’s website for the dermal filler you are interested in using will provide you with helpful information prior to treatment. In fact, manufacturers will give you the precautions you should discuss with your doctor or clinician as well as the potential side effects. For example, if you plan to have a chemical peel following a dermal filler, you may experience inflammation at the injection sites, so let your doctor know. Or if you are on immunosuppressive therapy, you may be at greater risk for infection. Read the manufacturer warnings so that you understand thoroughly any risks you may be taking and any steps necessary to take prior to treatment.

 

What to Avoid Before Treatment:

 

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Post-Treatment Steps

 

Now that you know how to reduce bruising after your injection, you can feel safe and secure about planning your dermal filler spa services with Love Your Body Medical Spa. Contact us at 702-649-5683 to schedule a consultation or appointment now.

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