Dermal Filler

Dermal fillers are injectable substances used to restore volume, smooth wrinkles, and enhance facial contours. Typically comprised of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the skin, dermal fillers work by plumping up areas that have lost volume due to aging or other factors.

Dermal fillers are considered safe when administered by trained professionals, but there are risks involved, including bruising, swelling, and the possibility of allergic reactions. Therefore, it’s essential to undergo treatment only from licensed and experienced practitioners to ensure both safety and satisfactory results.

Commonly Treated Areas:

What to Expect

During Your Treatment

Typically one hour is needed for the procedure. If lips are being injected, we highly recommend numbing with a topical numbing cream provided during your appointment. During the procedure, one of Ivy’s highly qualified healthcare professionals injects the filler into the targeted areas using a fine needle or cannula. 

The treatment is minimally invasive and usually requires little to no downtime, making it a popular choice for those seeking non-surgical facial rejuvenation.


The effects of dermal fillers are temporary, lasting anywhere from six months to two years depending on the type of filler used and individual factors such as metabolism and lifestyle. Over time, the body gradually breaks down the filler, leading to a gradual return to the pre-treatment appearance.

  • The topical anesthetic should wear off in 2-3 hours
  • Avoid consuming large amounts of alcohol to minimize bruising, and consuming salts to avoid excess swelling
  • Apply a cool compress or ice pack in 15-minute intervals to help with swelling or bruising in the first 24 hours
  • Attempt to sleep “face-up” or head slightly elevated for 2-3 nights
  • Use topical arnica ointment to help reduce bruising
  • Oral Benadryl and ibuprofen may be used every 8 hours for the first 3 days for comfort and swelling
  • Your filler will naturalize and integrate with your tissue over the next 2-4 weeks
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Our Prices

60 min, $700+/ syringe

$450 Mini Lip Plump

$700 Lip Filler

$1,300 Cheek Filler

$1,700 8-Point Lift