Dermal Fillers Greenwich, CT & Westchester, NY – Dr. Sandra Margoles
Dermal filler injections are one of the fastest ways to rejuvenate the face. These injectable facial fillers provide youthful volume to the face, often without any necessary downtime. Dermal fillers are a popular treatment that can complement facial surgeries like a facelift or pair with other injectables like Botox for a non-surgical facial refresh.
For a natural-looking outcome from your filler treatment, choose your injector carefully. Dr. Sandra Margoles and her team are extensively trained in the many options for non-surgical facial rejuvenation. They know how to use the best dermal fillers to smooth wrinkles, volumize the cheeks or lips, and restore a youthful appearance. If you’re considering dermal fillers and live near Greenwich, CT or Westchester, NY, reach out to Dr. Margoles. As one of the area’s top injectors and experts in cosmetic surgery, she is ready to help you achieve your aesthetic goals.
Contact Dr. Margoles’ team today by filling out our online form or by calling (203) 869-2939. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Understanding Dermal Fillers
As the face ages, it loses fat. Lines, wrinkles, creases, and hollows replace youthful fullness. Dermal fillers restore lost facial volume to rejuvenate the appearance.
Dermal fillers are a non-surgical facial contouring treatment option. They are in high demand among patients who want to avoid surgery or minimize downtime. Fillers can also maintain, enhance, and extend the results of surgery.
When injected into the skin, dermal fillers provide immediate volume. Some fillers work with the body to encourage collagen growth and regeneration. Results from these fillers may continue to improve for several months after treatment.
Dermal fillers can address many facial concerns, including:
- Thin lips
- Dark circles under the eyes
- Facial wrinkles , fine lines, and creases
- Acne scars
- Nasal asymmetry
- Loss of volume in the cheeks and mid-face
As one of our most versatile treatments, dermal fillers can benefit most patients
What Is Hyaluronic Acid?
Many of the fillers we use contain hyaluronic acid. HA fillers are well-tolerated by most patients and have almost no risk for allergic reaction. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found the in the body. It is abundant in the skin, joints, and eyes. Hyaluronic acid binds to water, helping the skin retain a soft and supple feel.
While many fillers contain HA, the concentrations of hyaluronic acid and the texture and densities of the fillers can vary. These variations can make one filler better for the skin around the eyes and another ideal for the lips (lip augmentation).
What Dermal Fillers Does Dr. Margoles Use?
Dr. Margoles offers several different options for cosmetic fillers. Explore popular options below or contact us for personalized treatment recommendations.
- Belotero®: Belotero is a soft, supple hyaluronic acid filler. It is ideal for delicate facial areas like around the eyes and mouth.
- Juvéderm®: Juvéderm is a versatile filler. Dr. Margoles uses it from brow to chin. This filler consists of hyaluronic acid and a topical anesthetic called lidocaine.
- Radiesse®: Radiesse is a unique filler that stimulates collagen production within the skin. It helps to rebuild the facial structure. Radiesse offers immediate results that continue to improve as the body builds new collagen.
- Restylane®: Restylane contains natural hyaluronic acid. Its unique formulation reduces the risk of an allergic reaction, making this filler one of our most popular.
- RHA®: RHA fillers’ unique formulation works well on dynamic wrinkles. These fillers can smooth lines from facial expressions. Dr. Margoles often uses RHA to treat stubborn nasolabial folds, the crease that extends from the nose to the mouth.
Dr. Margoles may recommend a single filler or a combination of dermal fillers.
Recovery After Cosmetic Fillers
Since fillers are non-surgical, downtime is minimal after this treatment. Most patients return to work the same day. Side effects are minor, well-tolerated, and fade quickly. We’ll provide detailed recovery instructions after your treatment.
Noticeably Natural results
With Dr. Margoles' rigorous training, personable demeanor, aesthetic eye, and dedication to his patients, she is among the top plastic surgeons in Conneticut.
Am I a Good Candidate for Injectable Fillers?
The versatility of dermal fillers makes them an ideal treatment for patients who want to minimize downtime while improving facial appearance.
Fillers aren’t always the right option. Patients with significant facial aging or sagging may obtain better results using a surgical procedure like a facelift or brow lift. Dr. Sandra Margoles can make treatment recommendations after examining your skin and discussing your aesthetic goals.
If you’re ready to learn more about dermal fillers in Westchester, NY, or Greenwich, CT, contact Dr. Margoles by calling (203) 869-2939 or filling out our online form. She can help you decide if you’re a good candidate for treatment with these versatile, injectable products.
Dr. Sandra Margoles is a board-certified female plastic surgeon operating a private practice in Greenwich, CT. Dr. Margoles’s specialties include breast augmentation, breast reduction, liposuction, facelift, eyelid surgery, and more. Having trained extensively at some of the world’s most esteemed institutions, including Harvard Medical School and Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Margoles is well-equipped to provide her patients with outstanding plastic surgery results. Above all, Dr. Margoles values her patients’ safety, well-being, and happiness. Learn more about Dr. Margoles’s philosophy, training, and qualifications here.
LEARN MORE ABOUT DERMAL FILLERS Greenwich
Achieve your best skin with a chemical peel by Dr. Margoles. Learn more about dermal fillers and other skincare procedures by scheduling your consultation today by calling (203) 869-2939. Our Greenwich office is located minutes from I-95 and the Merritt Parkway making us easily accessible if you’re traveling from anywhere in Fairfield county, CT Stamford, Darien, Rye, and Armonk.
Frequently Asked Questions About Dermal Fillers in Greenwich & Westchester
How long do dermal fillers last?
Dr. Margoles uses several different types of injectable fillers. Each filler’s longevity can vary, depending on the type of filler, its formulation, the treatment area, and your body’s response. Most fillers need injections every four to six months, but some fillers like Radiesse last longer. Patients often see results for 18 months after Radiesse injections. We work with each patient to create a treatment schedule, so your fillers always look their best.
Are filler injections painful?
Many patients worry about discomfort during their filler injections. Don’t let fear stop you from trying this transformative treatment. We take several precautions to ensure a comfortable treatment experience. Dr. Margoles injects fillers using a fine, thin needle to ensure accurate filler placement and reduced discomfort. We can ice the area beforehand or use a topical anesthetic. Many of the fillers we use contain lidocaine, an anesthetic that immediately numbs the treatment area.
Which dermal filler is right for me?
Dr. Margoles uses several different dermal fillers, each of which has unique properties that make it ideal for specific facial concerns. Dr. Margoles will help you choose the most effective filler options for your situation.
Why should I choose Dr. Margoles for my dermal filler treatment in Greenwich, CT?
Your injector’s skill directly translates to the quality of your filler results. Dr. Margoles is a trained plastic surgeon with extensive training using dermal fillers. She uses a wide range of fillers, including a few options not commonly found at other practices. Dr. Margoles offers patients compassionate care, scientifically backed medical advice, and state-of-the-art treatments in a comfortable office located in Greenwich, CT.
Are dermal fillers safe?
When a trained injector administers FDA-approved fillers, they are very safe. There are potential risks to every medical treatment, though these are rare with fillers. Dr. Margoles will discuss these risks with you before your first injections.