GET READY FOR YOUR INJECTABLE FILLER APPOINTMENT AT DEFY NATURE

Defy Nature Beauty Blog: How to Prepare for an Injectable Filler
 

Do you bruise easily? Some people do. Think about it…No matter how experienced your injector is when a needle is inserted into your face  (or lips) it makes perfect sense that bruising and swelling may occur. But, not always and can be avoided. At Defy Nature in New London, Connecticut Kristin Kenny, their Certified Nurse Injector has tips for you so bruising will be minimal or you may not experience any bruising or swelling at all from Injectable Fillers.

Juvederm, Radiesse, Bellafill, Voluma and  Silk are all anti-aging wrinkle reducers that temporarily smooth the appearance of moderate to severe wrinkles on areas of the face like your laugh and jaw lines. These anti-aging products also add lost volume to the cheeks and some work great as a lip treatment to define, shape and plump your lips. 

Many of the patients at Defy Nature complain they look tired on the outside affecting how they feel on the inside. Injectable fillers work great to refresh, improve self confidence and boost general well being.

Let Kristin know if you take blood thinners.

If you take any blood thinners, fish oils or even aspirin, stopping them a week prior to your injectable fillers appointment. This simple step will help the bruising significantly.,  Any prescription or over-the-counter medications, vitamins, or herbal supplements could also potentially add to unwanted side effects from filler treatments.

It’s important to be completely honest at your consultation with Kristin prior to your procedure at Defy Nature. Call us at (860) 271-0039 to schedule your complimentary consultation!

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