Fillers in 2 different facial areas same day?
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Filler to Under Eyes and Lips Same Day
Thank you for sharing your question. Yes, it is completely safe to have filler injected into different areas of the face on the same day. In my practice, the tear troughs and lips are often treated the same day. I usually apply a prescription strength numbing cream to the lips and allow them to numb while I preform the tear trough filler. I recommend consulting with a board certified specialist who will be able to evaluate you in person and offer more specific recommendations for your under eyes and lips.
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Thank you for your reply. You absolutely can get injected in multiple places on the face in the same day. We are experts in both eye hollow and lip filler. We use a strong numbing cream on the lips before we inject and there is basically no pain. We also use cannulas when injecting under eye filler which minimizes bruises.
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Yes, you can get multiple areas of fillers and multiple syringes done in the same day. We commonly do this as most patients would prefer to do as much as possible in the same day, in case there is any bruising or swelling, they can plan for the potential downtime for just the one visit.
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