LG Health Cosmetic Services

woman getting a face injection

If you’d like to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles without surgery, injectable fillers may be right for you. You can achieve temporary or long-lasting results through tiny injections in specific areas of the face.

Your surgeon will suggest which type of filler or combination of fillers can best help you reach your goals.

Common fillers include:

  • Radiesse®, a synthetic filler made of calcium hydroxyapatite used in multiple facial areas for moderate to severe wrinkles
  • Hyaluronic acid fillers, made from a substance naturally found in the body. Results tend to look more natural and last eight to 12 months. Brands include: Juvederm®, Restylane®, Perlane, and Belotero Balance®
  • Fat, which fills out wrinkles and lines that develop from laughing, squinting, frowning and other facial movements


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Preparation for and recovery after injectable filler treatment

Your surgeon will discuss how to prepare for your procedure and what to expect during recovery. This will include foods, drinks and medications to avoid.

After your procedure, you will experience some swelling and possible bruising. Many people return to work the same day. In some rare cases, recovery times can last three or more days.

Injectables treatment risks

Risks of injectables treatment are rare and mild when they do occur. Your surgeon and care team will check in with you throughout the healing process. We are always available to address any of your concerns.

Contact Us

Are injectables right for your transformation? Contact us by calling us at 717-291-5863.

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