Dermal Fillers


Give yourself a boost with this simple, volume-replacing procedure.

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is already found in
your skin. This substance helps tissues retain water so they can stay hydrated and lubricated, and continue to function optimally. As we age, our bodies start producing less hyaluronic acid, which contributes to the development of facial wrinkles, dryness, and
sagging skin.

How do dermal fillers work?

Prior to any injections a full facial consultation is done to make sure your expectations and goals are met. Dr. Tyler or Master Injector Haley will then use topical anesthetic to numb the treatment area first. After you are numb, the HA filler is injected in the treatment areas. After the treatment is performed a 2 week post filler appointment is scheduled. The final results fully settle in 2 weeks after treatment.

How long will my results last?

This is all determined on how many syringes are needed, what type of filler, area treated and how much is injected. So with this in mind the time frame is typically from 6 to 18 months.

Treatments start at $450

Frequently Asked Dermal Fillers Questions

The most common side effects are pretty minimal and usually disappear soon after the treatment – they typically last a few days. They include things like swelling, redness and minor bruising near the injection points.
Recovery time varies for each patient and for each type of filler injected. You can resume most activities right away, but it is generally recommended that you avoid intense physical activity for the first 24-48 hours to minimize swelling and bruising. The best results of dermal fillers are seen typically 1 to 2 weeks post treatment with some of the swelling and bruising dissipating by then. It could take up to 4 weeks for everything to completely settle down, at which point you will notice the results you’re expecting.
Getting filler is a little bit uncomfortable, but at Pure Aesthetics NW, we use the safest techniques which also ensure minimal pain. We will also always use a topical or local anesthetic to numb the skin prior to injection. Most people will be surprised at how little pain they feel throughout the procedure and it is most likely that the treatment will be over before you know it.

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