Fillers are for filling the lines and wrinkles that Botox does not address. The most common use is below the eyes, though, they fill out the lines of the forehead and between the brows that may be residual after Botox. Commonly, they are used for the smile lines that run from the upper nose to the corners of the mouth. They can also fill out the fine lines around the lips and the deeper ones that run from the corner of the mouth downward. Filling lips for a fuller, plumper look is also high on the list of uses.

There several types of filler on the market. The two most popular are Hyaluronic Acid (HA) and Collagen. Most people know HA by the trade names of Restalyne and Juvederm. I choose to use the Juvederm due to its superior smoothness and longevity. Restalyne is more prone to get lumpy, and it does not last as long.
Before amd After Pictures:
These pictures are using Restylane, but Juvederm results are even better.
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Juvederm Ultra and Juvederm Ultra Plus are indicated for injection into the mid to deep dermis for correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds (such as nasolabial folds). Side effects were usually mild to moderate lasting 7 days or less and included temporary injection site reactions like redness, pain, firmness, swelling and bumps.

Juvederm injectable gel is available by Rx only.

Prior to getting the filler: Before coming in for your filler do not take aspirin, anti-inflammatories, fish oil or vitamin E for at least five days.