Our clinic offers lip fillers and dermal fillers. Dermal fillers are made up of a cross-linked hyaluronic acid (HA) gel that aids in rebuilding lost volume and stimulating collagen synthesis.

As we age and gravity takes over, our skin begins to sag, we lose volume through fat loss and bone deterioration. Dermal fillers can replace this lost volume and provide a soft lift to the face.

The results of a dermal filler treatment are immediate with improving results over 2-4 weeks as the filler draws in water for added volume. One of the bonuses of hyaluronic acid filler is that as it activates collagen synthesis in the skin, less correction is needed with regular follow-up treatments.

Dermal Fillers are sold by the syringe.
One syringe – $450 + GST

During your consultation, Jessica will evaluate your skin and help you select the best treatment for your skin, desire, and budget.


  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Adds volume
  • Smoothes texture
  • Decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • HA exists naturally in the body
  • Long-lasting

Treatments Areas of the Face

  • Nasolabial folds
  • Midface – Malar augmentation and contouring
  • Lip augmentation
  • Jawline
  • Marionettes
  • Chin augmentation

Pre-care Instructions

Pre-care Instructions

  • Don’t consume alcoholic beverages at least 24 hours prior to treatment as alcohol may thin the blood and increase the risk of bruising.
  • Avoid anti-inflammatory/blood thinning medications for a period of 1 week before treatment. Medications and supplements such as aspirin, vitamin E, ginkgo Biloba, ginseng, St. John’s Wort, Omega 3/Fish Oil supplements, Ibuprofen, Motrin, Advil, Aleve, and other NSAIDS have a blood thinning effect and can increase the risk of bruising and swelling after injections.
  • Arnica (OTC homeopathic anti-inflammatory) can be started 2 days prior to dermal filler treatment.
  • Schedule your Dermal Fillers injections at least 2 weeks prior to a special event that you may be attending, such as a wedding or a vacation. Results from the Dermal Fillers will take approximately 14 days to settle. Also bruising and swelling may be apparent in that time period. You may require a tweak or additional product 2 weeks from the original treatment.

  • Discontinue using Retinol 2 days before and 2 days after treatment.
  • Reschedule your appointment at least 24 hours in advance if you have a rash, cold sore, or blemish on the area.
  • If you have a history of cold sores please let your provider know, we may put you on an anti-viral medication prior to treatment.
  • Be sure to have a good breakfast, including food and drink before your procedure. This will decrease the chances of lightheadedness during your treatment.
  • You are not a candidate if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Post-treatment recommendations

Post-treatment recommendations

  • Avoid blood thinners and alcoholic beverages for 24-48 hours after treatment to avoid bruising.

  • Do not rub, touch, wash or massage the treated area for 4 hours.

  • Avoid strenuous exercise for 24 hours, after fillers injections as it can trigger bruising.

  • Avoid intense heat the day after your treatment, including hot yoga, hot tubs, tanning, facial or a massage.

  • You may have some firmness (depending on the product used and the area injected. The firmness typically resolves in 2 weeks

  • Be sure to have a good breakfast, including food and drink before your procedure. This will decrease the chances of lightheadedness during your treatment.
  • Please notify us immediately if :

    • You have severe or increasing pain, increasing redness, or hot to touch in the treatment area.
    • You have blanching in the treated area.
    • You have blotchy discoloration away from the injected area.
    • You have a fever or chills.

Side effects or possible risks to Dermal Fillers injections?

  • Redness, bruising, and swelling
  • Angioedema: This is a skin reaction. Small blood vessels in the subcutaneous and/or submucosal tissues leak watery liquid through their walls and cause swelling. It is most often characterized by an abrupt and short-lived swelling of the skin and mucous membranes. All parts of the body may be affected but swelling most often occurs around the eyes and lips.
  • Vascular / Retinal Occlusion: A vascular incident may be caused by vascular occlusion, compression, or injury to the blood vessel.
  • Misplaced Product (Tyndall): Tyndall effect is the bluish hue that is visible within the skin caused by too superficial placement of HA filler.
  • Infection
  • Non-Inflammatory / Inflammatory Nodules: This adverse event usually presents itself as red and/or thickened nodules arising in the injected sites and may persist for several weeks or months.
  • Non-Inflammatory (Foreign Body Granuloma)

Contraindications and cautions for treatment

  • There are no available clinical data (on efficiency and/or tolerance) about injection into an area that has been treated with another filling product.
  • There is similarly no available clinical data about injection in clients with a history or a declared autoimmune disease.
    • The practitioner should then decide to inject case-by-case, according to the nature of the disease and the associated treatment, and to ensure a follow-up appointment. It is recommended that these patients undergo a preliminary dual test. Practitioners should refrain from injecting the product if the disease is active.
  • Patients undergoing anti-coagulant treatment must be warned of the increased risk of hematomas and bleeding during the injections.
  • Patients with a history of the streptococcal disease (recurrent angina, acute rheumatoid arthritis) will be subjected to a dual test before receiving any injection.
  • Patients should not apply makeup for 12 hours after the injection.
  • Sensitivity to hyaluronic acid or lidocaine.
  • The safety of HA treatments during pregnancy or in infants and children has not been established so avoid using HA on women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Do not inject HA into blood vessels (intravascular). Products introduced into the dermal vessels may cause vascular occlusion, infarction, or embolic phenomena.
  • Local necrosis is a rare event that has been reported following dermal injection. Most necrosis reported through post-marketing surveillance has occurred in the glabella. It is thought to result from an injury, obstruction, or compromise of the blood vessels.
  • HA must not be used in areas presenting cutaneous inflammatory and/or infectious processes (such as acne).
  • HA must not be used in association with laser therapy, chemical peeling, IPL, or dermabrasion.
    • It is advisable to wait four weeks after a HA treatment to proceed with IPL, laser resurfacing, or any other procedure that may generate heat and cause increased thermal degradation of the product

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