Can I wear softlens after Botox and Filler injection? Injections on forehead, between brows, under eyes, and jaw.
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CL Wear after Botox and Filler
There should be no problem wearing your contact lenses after receiving Botox and Fillers.
Soft Contact Lenses and Asthetic Injections
This is a good question, LinLin1999. Yes, you can wear your soft lenses after your Botox or filler injections. The bigger concern is that you don't want to manipulate or rub the treated area because you don't want to displace the product. There is no problem if you gently insert your soft contact lenses.
Restrictions after Botox and Filler regarding my contacts?
Thank you for sharing your question and concern. There is no problem with you wearing your contact lenses after the injections (Botox/Fillers) you have described. How else will you be able to see how radiant and beautiful your results are? Be well as you move forward.
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Botox and Contacts
Thanks for your question! You can absolutely wear contacts after botox and filler injections. There is no problem in doing so! Best of luck!
Contact lenses after Botox and filler injections
Yes, you can wear your contact lenses after Botox and filler injection. I usually will tell my patients to avoid alcohol for 24 hours after the treatment and also too limit heavy exercise for the same time period. Otherwise, not much else to do. Enjoy your results!
Contact lenses after filler and BOTOX
Yes, of course you can wear contact lenses. The main activities to avoid are exercise/physical exertion for 24-48 hours (for BOTOX and Filler) and do not lie down for 4 hours following your procedure. Best, Manish Khanna, MD
Wearing contacts after filler and Botox
There is absolutely no problems using contract lenses after filler and Botox. I do this routinely on my patients.
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