I know its time for some tlc but I’m actually really terrified of any “work” done facially, I’ve made an appointment next week to have some dermal fillers in some deep “marionette” lines on my face, but scared I’m going to look weird! are there any drawbacks to this girls ??

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  1. cheriew wrote on :

    Before you get injections, ask your friends/relatives for recommendations for a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon and know the work they do. Good cosmetic terms and plastic surgeons can do amazing work with these tools.

  2. Cubie131 wrote on :

    The only drawbacks I’ve heard about fillers is that you can get some tiny bumps along the injection sights that should be temporary. If you are getting the procedure done by a board certified person, you should look great-you, but well-rested. Good luck!

  3. Maria Comfort wrote on :

    I worked with a wonderful physician in my other office who performed these fillers. Her work looked natural and only enhanced the beauty of her patients. On the other hand, I have had some clients come to me who were injected by non-artistic doctors who left them looking deformed.
    The best thing to do is your homework. Go visit the office and see the patients who are leaving.
    Another thing is to ask people who look good to you and whom you believe have had fillers, and ask them whose work they are wearing.
    If you are terrified, then you might also think of asking an esthetician if she does the non-surgical face lift, or micro-current. The weekly change is a lift that will improve your appearance, but not alter it.
    The most important thing is that whatever you decide to do, you go in with confidence, or no matter what, you will be disappointed.
    More investigation to give you more confidence sounds in order here.
    Remember that smiling always improves one’s looks.
    Good luck.
    Maria Comfort

  4. Jessica Krant, M.D. (Derm) wrote on :

    You must be sure you’re going to see someone board-certified in dermatology or plastic surgery, with a conservative touch, who will not do too much at once, so that you can always add more if you see it going in the right direction. You won’t look weird if the right thing is done, but make sure you ask EVERY question you can think of to the doctor so you don’t feel like you’re unprepared. Good luck to you!
    -Dr. Krant

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