Tear Trough/nasolabial Folds Injector in Toronto? (photO)
- Asked by Em1982
- 11 months ago
Hi there, I am looking to add a subtle amount of volume to my tear troughs and nasolabial folds. Would Belotero be an option? Any docs in TO use it? Would 1 cc per side for the tear troughs be too much? Are there any docs in Toronto who inject with blunt cannulas into the tear trough? Prefer not to have the corners of my mouth injected as my mouth has always turned downwards. If I am injected in the nasolabial area and do not have the corners of the mouth injected will it look unbalanced? ty
Tear Trough/nasolabial Folds Injector in Toronto?
I suggest using Restylane for the tear troughs and Juvederm for the nasolabial folds. Search for a reputable board certified physician in your area to ensure a natural, lasting result.
Tear trough treatments in Toronto
I have used various fillers successfully for many years to treat tear troughs and nasolabial folds. The choice of filler depends on the area injected, age of the patient, previous experience with filler, etc. Your most important decision is not which filler or which technique (e.g. cannula), but rather which injector to trust with your face. Ofcourse you want someone highly trained and experienced such as a dermatologist, and also want to make sure that you like and trust your physician and have a good rapport with them. Our website has much more details if you wish to research wrinkle fillers, etc. Dr. Benjamin Barankin, Toronto Dermatology Centre.
Restylane in Toronto
I use Restylane Fine Lines (not available in the U.S.) and Esthelis Basic and Soft (called Belotero in the U.S.) and catheters. You would need to be assessed to see which product would be best for you. Please visit my website for more information or to book a consultation.
Dermal fillers and options
It would be best to consult with a reputable practice in your area, and discuss with them all of the options available regarding different fillers and injection techniques.
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