Cosmetic Fillers

Resore lost volume, add contour, and minimize lines & wrinkles.


Premium hyaluronic acid fillers enhance your look.

We use top quality cosmetic fillers, including the Juvéderm, Restylane, and RHA product lines. The fillers are made of a modified form of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance that delivers volume to the skin. Hyaluronic acid fillers are ideal for lips, cheeks, smile lines, marionette lines, smoker’s lines, under-eye, temples, and more. Our highly trained aesthetic injectors will recommend the right filler for you.

Radiesse fillers contour and volumize.

In addition to our hyaluronic acid fillers, we also offer Radiesse, a unique filler that works exceptionally well on the cheeks, jawline, and chin to provide ultimate contouring. Radiesse is a biostimulator, meaning that it triggers your body to produce more collagen, yielding optimal long-term results. Radiesse can also be used to restore volume in the hands and minimize the appearance of cellulite on the body.

Woman getting lip filler injections with Restylane Kysse

Filler Treatment Areas

Filler for Lips

If your lips have lost volume over time, or if you have always desired fuller lips, filler is a great option. Our injectors can also strategically place the fillers to enhance the shape of the lips. Products such as Juvéderm, Restylane, and RHA are popular choices for natural-looking lip filler.

Lip filler before and after results on a young woman.

Filler for Cheeks

Over time, volume from the cheekbones and the surrounding fat pads diminishes, leading to sagging skin and a less contoured appearance. Cheek filler can help restore lost volume, lift sagging skin, and enhance the natural shape of the face. Products such as Voluma, RHA, and Radiesse are great fillers for the cheeks that contribute to natural-looking results.

Natural cheek filler before and after result on a woman for lifting and contouring the face.

Filler for Smile Lines

Smile lines, also known as laugh lines or nasolabial folds, are the lines that run from the sides of the nose down to the corners of the mouth. These lines are primarily caused by age-related volume loss and sagging skin. By injecting filler into the smile lines, lost volume is replaced, minimizing the appearance of the lines. Fillers such as RHA, Restylane, and Juvéderm are great options for smile line fillers.

Smile line filler before and after results on a woman.

Filler for Marionette Lines

Marionette lines, which are sometimes an extension of smile lines, are the lines that run from the corners of the mouth down toward the sides of the chin. Age-related volume loss and sagging skin are primarily responsible for the formation of these lines. Filler injected into the marionette lines replaces lost volume, minimizing the appearance of the lines. Fillers such as RHA, Restylane, and Juvéderm are great options for marionette line fillers.

Marionette line filler before and after results on a woman.

Filler for the Jawline

Jawline filler has become a popular treatment for countouring and adding definition to the face. Strategically placing filler along the jawline helps accentuate the natural shape of the jawline. Whether you are looking to refine the appearance of your jawline or to create dramatic definition, Radiesse, RHA, or Juvéderm jawline fillers can help you achieve your goal.

Woman before and after jawline filler, also known as jawline contouring and sculpting, with Radiesse filler.

Filler for the Chin

Often overlooked, the chin is a critical element of the face, bringing both structure and harmony. Chin filler is an excellent non-surgical treatment for a recessive chin and is often a component of full-face filler treatments. Fillers such as Radiesse, RHA, Restylane, and Juvéderm add structure and volume to the chin area to promote ideal facial balance.

Chin filler before and after result on a young woman to treat recessive chin and improve facial balance.

Filler for Jowls

As the aging process takes place, sagging skin can develop around the front of the jawline area, leading to the appearance of jowls. Filler can be strategically placed in the jowl and jawline area to help lift the skin and fill areas with lost volume, leading to a smoother, more youthful appearance.

Filler for Under-Eye

A tired appearance and dark circles are both commonly caused by volume loss under the eye. The appearance of the under-eye, or tear trough, can be improved with filler. Carefully-placed RHA or Restylane products provide excellent results that help rejuvenate the face by reducing hollows and dark circles.

Under eye filler before and after result on a young woman to treat hollows and dark circles.

Filler for Temples

As volume is lost in various areas of the face due to age, the temple area also loses volume. Although the temple area is commonly overlooked, it is a critical aspect of overall facial balance. Filler placed in the temples is an excellent compliment to filler placed in other areas of the face.

Filler Before & After Results

Under Eye Filler Before & After

Cheek Filler Before & After

Smile & Marionette Line Filler Before & After

Jawline Filler Before & After

Lip Filler Before & After

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Dermal Filler FAQs

What is filler, and how does it work?

Dermal fillers are made of substances like hyaluronic acid, which restore lost volume and stimulate collagen production, resulting in a more youthful appearance. Fillers are ideal for those who have age-related volume loss and sagging, are looking to minimize the appearance of lines and wrinkles, or desire more contour and definition. When performed by an experienced injector, filler treatments are safe and natural-looking.

What concerns can filler address?

Fillers can address various concerns, including sagging skin, loss of definition and contour, lines and wrinkles, and facial balance. The most common areas of injection include lips, smile lines, marionette lines, cheeks, temples, jawline, chin, and smoker’s lines (around the mouth).

How long do fillers last?

The longevity of filler results depends primarily on the area of treatment, the type of filler used, and the individual. Filler in areas with a lot of motion such as lips and around the mouth tend to last a shorter amount of time (6-12 months on average) than filler injected deeper into stationary areas such as the cheeks and chin (12-24 months on average). In addition to the area of injection, different filler brands and types have different compositions which impact the longevity of the treatment. Also, each individual has a unique metabolism which can impact how long their filler lasts. Factors such as health conditions and exercise habits may play a role in filler longevity.

Can you get fillers while pregnant or breastfeeding?

We do not provide injectable treatments to women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Since a product is being injected into the body, traces of the substance can enter the bloodstream. While there are no known issues with this in healthy adults, filler has not been studied in pregnant women or in women who are breastfeeding.

Do fillers hurt?

Discomfort during the procedure is usually minimal. Before injecting, we apply topical numbing cream to the area, and most fillers contain a numbing agent as well. The sensation can be described as a minor pinch or pressure during the injections.

How long does a treatment take?

On average, a treatment takes around 20 to 45 minutes, depending on the area(s) being injected and the technique.

Is there any downtime after filler injections?

There is no downtime associated with filler treatments. You may experience mild swelling, redness, and bruising at the injection sites, but these effects usually subside within a few days to a week. You can resume most daily activities immediately after the treatment. It is advised that you do not exercise or apply makeup to the injected area for the remainder of the day following the injection.

When will I see results from filler?

When filler is injected, volume is instantly added, so some results are noticeable immediately. Optimal results become visible within 1 to 3 weeks as swelling subsides and the filler settles. 

How long does it take for filler to settle?

It typically takes 2 to 3 weeks for filler to settle, depending on the product, the area, and the body’s response.

What are the most common side effects?

Common temporary side effects can include swelling, bruising, redness, and tenderness or soreness in the area. These side effects usually subside within a week or two. Filler treatments are generally safe when performed by experienced injectors. It is important to choose a reputable practice with experienced injectors who have a thorough understanding of facial anatomy to minimize chances of more serious side effects.

Who is a good candidate for filler?

While filler is suitable for many individuals, a consultation with a qualified injector is essential to assess your specific needs, goals, and medical history. In general, good candidates are those who have age-related volume loss and sagging, are looking to minimize the appearance of lines and wrinkles, or desire more contour and definition.

What can I expect during a consultation?

During your consultation, your injector will assess your facial anatomy, discuss your concerns and goals, explain the treatment process, and recommend a personalized treatment plan based on your unique needs. A quote for the treatment(s) will be provided at that time.