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Fillers are a fantastic form of non-invasive plastic surgery that reduces the signs of aging, making you look younger and better than ever. There are various types of fillers, each providing a different benefit. But fillers are not for everyone. Check out the following advice to decide if filler plastic surgery is right for you. 

  • Do it for You: Fillers are a form of plastic surgery, just like breast augmentation or tummy tucks. Don’t undergo plastic surgery for someone else. Choose to have the procedure because you want it.
  • Physical Health: Because this is a surgical procedure, you need to be in good physical health. Undergoing surgery when you are ill or at high risk for disease is always risky. Fillers are also better for people who are non-smokers.
  • Realistic: If you are undergoing plastic surgery because you are looking for drastic improvements, then you aren’t being realistic. Plastic surgery procedures, such as fillers, breast augmentation, tummy tucks, and eyelid lifts, will improve your appearance, but you cannot expect it to be a miracle worker or change your self-esteem.
  • Understand the Results: Plastic surgery does not stop the aging process and fillers are not a permanent solution. However, fillers make impressive changes, improving your appearance. You need to know what to expect following your filler.
  • Temporary & Enhanced Results: If you are looking for a safe way to enhance your appearance, then fillers may be your best option. Fillers decrease the signs of aging, including sagging and wrinkles. They restore facial contours and reduce lines and creases.

Now that you have decided to go ahead with a filler, check out Rocheford Plastic Surgery. For years, we have been a leading plastic surgery center, helping patients achieve the look they want. We specialize in breast augmentation, eyelid lifts, and fillers. We understand plastic surgery can be scary, but we are here to help you look and feel the way you want. Stop by for a consultation and to begin your make over. 

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Whether a new or returning patient, we have plenty of resources to either help you get started or learn more about the procedure process. From patient forms to blogs, we have all the resources you’ll need to prepare yourself for your appointment.

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