Over the years Injectable treatments have become a very popular solution to improve the appearance of unwanted facial lines. Our Injectables are FDA approved prescription products that temporarily improve the appearance of both moderate to severe frown lines between the brows and moderate to severe crow’s feet in adults. Injectables work beneath the surface where wrinkles result from a combination of many factors. It’s not just about cellular changes, collagen depletion, or damage caused by free radicals. Whatever the cause of your wrinkles and lines, Injectable are very likely the very best non-surgical temporary solution.
- Smooth wrinkles and fine lines with injection treatments and Juvederm cosmetic injectable fillers.
- Improves and relaxes frown lines that cause one to look older or tired from lack from sleep.
- Removes laugh lines, neck folds, crows feet and forehead wrinkles.
- Helps prevents under arm sweat when injected into the skin to treat symptoms of severe under arm sweating.
Injectable fillers injected into the skin help fill in facial wrinkles and lips, restoring a smoother younger looking appearance. Injectable are the most effective non-surgical treatment today to help with firmer looking skin. Our staff will assist patients with the fillers for both women and men. Injectable procedures assist in rejuvenating the natural look & fullness of skin, lips and face.
- Facial Chin Hair
- Fix Old Look, Tired – Skin
- Frown Lines, Laugh Lines, Neck Lines
- Crow’s Feet , Forehead wrinkles
- Under Arm & Sweat Prevention
- Lips / Ears / Nose /Chin
Our skin treatment helps tighten aging, wrinkle lines and sagging skin with plastic surgery treatments. We offer various cosmetic procedures using different Injectable techniques.
Injectable treatments can be quick and painless. We invite you to watch some videos to see why we are the number one choice in Toronto for Plastic surgery clinics.
At Lafontaine Cosmetic Surgery Clinic, we offer affordable, quick, and painless Injectable treatment. Our procedure works the best on all skin types and colors and gives optimal results with a permanent hold in skin firmness, because we target the sagging area our treatment is highly effective.
Filler After Care
Patients who have aesthetic treatment with Injectables should follow after care recovery instructions carefully. Aftercare is incredibly important when it comes to Injectables. Contact your La Fontaine professional for a consultation and learn all of the things that you need to do after an Injectables treatment.
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Our certified and experienced staff hhas helped thousands of men and women to improve their appearance by softening these unwanted lines.
Juvederm is an injectable hyaluronic acid dermal filler used to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as the lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth (nasolabial folds). It’s not used for lip augmentation.
All Juvederm products are a smooth consistency gel, whereas other hyaluronic gel products may have a granular consistency. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring sugar found in the body that works by holding in water at the injection site and acting as a cushioning agent. Juvederm adds temporary volume and a smoother appearance to skin and most patients need only one treatment to achieve optimum results.
Some Juvederm XC products contain the local anesthetic lidocaine to make the injection more comfortable. Juvederm Ultra XC and Juvederm Ultra Plus XC both contain 0.3% preservative-free lidocaine to numb the treatment area within seconds. Juvederm Ultra Plus products contain more highly cross-linked formulations for the correction of deeper folds and wrinkles.
You shouldn’t use Juvederm injectable gel if you have severe allergies marked by a history of anaphylaxis or if you have a history or presence of severe multiple allergies or allergies to gram-positive bacterial proteins.
Juvederm Ultra XC and Juvederm Ultra Plus XC should not be used if a patient has a history of allergies to lidocaine.
Juvederm injectable gel should not be injected into blood vessels. Treatment should be postponed if there is an active inflammatory infection at specific injection sites, until the infection has been controlled.
Only professionals under the supervision of a licensed health care practitioner should administer Juvederm. Inform your physician if you are using substances such as aspirin, ibuprofen or naproxen, which may prolong bleeding or bruising.
Caution should be used for a patient on immunosuppressive therapy because of the possibility of an increased risk of infection.
What to Expect During Treatment
Juvederm is injected directly into the skin with a fine needle. Some Juvederm products contain the local anesthetic lidocaine to help lessen discomfort during injection, or the physician may choose to numb the site prior to injection. You may experience some discomfort after the injection, as well. Your doctor will discuss your pain management options with you prior to the procedure.
What to Expect After the Procedure
Avoid the following within the first 24 hours:
- Strenuous exercise
- Extended exposure to sun or heat
- Drinking alcohol
Any of these could lead to temporary redness, swelling and/or itching at the injection site. If swelling occurs, place an ice pack over the area. Also, ask your doctor how long you should wait before you can re-apply makeup after the procedure.
Most Juvederm side effects resolve themselves in 7 days or less and are mild in nature. Common side effects include the following injection site reactions:
- Lumps or bumps
- Risk of infection
If continued redness or visible swelling lasts for more than a few days, contact your physician. If laser treatment, chemical peeling or any other dermal procedure is performed after treatment with Juvederm, inflammation may occur.
How Long Does a Juvederm Treatment Last?
Treatment with Juvederm is temporary. Between nine months to a year after the initial injection, re-injections may be needed. Smaller injections, usually about half the amount, are used for repeat injections.