We recommend that you ideally avoid alcohol 24 hours prior to having dermal filler treatment as this will reduce your risk of bruising, swelling or bleeding. After treatment you should not drink alcohol for at least 24 hours as this will then reduce the risk of inflammation.
Dermal Fillers After Procedure
All cosmetic and aesthetic procedures come with some risks. Common side effects associated with dermal filler include redness, swelling and bruising at the treatment site. Significant side effects from dermal filler are extremely uncommon but can include; contour irregularities, infection, necrosis and blindness.
We will spend a lot of time before your procedure to discuss your expectations. If you are still not happy with the results of your dermal filler treatment, trained doctors, nurses and surgeons can administer a solution known as hyaluronidase which can counteract the effects of hyaluronic acid-based fillers dissolving them almost instantly. Kylie Jenner has announced that she is removing her dermal fillers from her lips. This is a process that can be done if you do not like the lip filler look. However in most cases the dermal filler will last 4 – 13 months, we do not advise on permanent lip fillers. At The Private Clinic we believe a more conservative initial first time approach of starting with a smaller amount of lip filler is best. If you would prefer a more fuller lip our medical experts can always add additional dermal lip filler to create a fuller pout.