Can I do microneedling after dermal fillers? In the same spot? Won't the results be lost?
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Yes, I can agree with also doing micro-needling first then filler, but if filler is already done then wait 2-3 weeks before treatment of micro-needling. Should not affect the filler.
Microneedling after filler
Hi there, thank you for your question. It should be fine to do microneedling after fillers; the results of the filler will not be lost. However, I would wait a couple of weeks in between. Alternatively, you could do microneedling first, and then do fillers -- this is usually the order that I recommend to patients, as filler results tend to be enhanced this way. Regardless, I would recommend a series of microneedling treatments for best results.
Microneedling and filler
Yes you can do both. I always do the micropen first and follow up with the filler. I would wait until the inflammation goes down after the microneedling; about a week. Best of luck to you!
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