Is another vial to cheekbones after 14 months a top up to maintain previous level or will it add extra volume? Thank you.
Is Another Vial After 14 Months a Top Up or Will It Add Volume?
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Added volume to cheeks
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Adding More Filler 14 Months after Cheek Augmentation
Regardless of when you had filler injections to augment the cheeks, add more when and if you need or want more fullness.
Fine Tuning of Sculptra over the Years
Your referring to your filler as a "vial" suggests to me you are referring to Sculptra. Sculptra is not a filler but a stimulator of your own collagen which then acts to create volume in a gradual, progressive, and predictable manner. Little to no results are usually seen after the first treatment. I usually recommend a minimum of three treatments, each one month apart. After your treatment series, the final result takes many months to appear but should last for years. Patients having one to two Sculptra treatment sessions rated their correction as good to excellent 48% of the time. After three treatment sessions this percentage rose to 50%. After four treatment sessions this percentage rose to 67%. After five treatment sessions this percentage rose to 75%. Over the years you can "fine tune" your results to replace volume as it is lost by having these "touch-up" injections.
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Another vial of what
Not sure what vial your are speaking about. I don't know of any filler here in the US that lats 14 months except Artefil.
You need to be more specific in your question. You do not state what product you are talking about. Different fillers last varying amounts of time, so there is no way to answer your question. If you have loss of volume, then get the extra "vial." However, if everything looks okay, then it may be better to wait.
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