You know that they say New Year, New Start! This is something a lot of people take seriously. Are you one of these people? If so, you may be interested to learn more about the different treatments that are set to be popular throughout 2020.
If you think about it, our earlobes are on display often, as they are one of the most common sites for adorning ourselves with jewelry. However, if you are not happy with the appearance of your ears, you may find that you cover them with your hair or that you avoid wearing your favorite pearl studs or drop earrings. Instead of letting this get you down, why not consider dermal filler instead?
This is extremely effective on those who have an earlobe that has a ‘torn’ appearance, which can happen if you wear earrings regularly and be a cause of ear pain – it’s a no-win situation. Until now. There are numerous clinics that have an abundance of experience in this treatment, and they only use the best products, thus you will be delighted with the results.
Dermal fillers will be injected into the treated area in very small doses using a thin needle. They will plump up the ‘torn’ part of the area, to smooth out the ear and get rid of the torn appearance. The type of filler that is used will be determined during the consultation phase.
You should always begin the procedure with a consultation. This is vital so that the specialists can assess the earlobe area and talk you through your options. They will advise you on the best approach to take. You can also ask them any questions you may have, and they will give you a full breakdown of the treatment and the aftercare phase.
This treatment will last around one hour. Please note that the specialist will apply numbing cream beforehand to reduce the pain significantly. Once the treatment is over, you can expect to be in the recovery phase for a few hours. You will then need to follow a 24-hour aftercare plan, which they will provide you with. Once this is done, you can simply enjoy the effects of the treatment, which will last between 12 and 18 months. There are very few risks associated with dermal fillers, yet there are those that suffer minor side effects, such as bruising, swelling, and redness.
Liposuction cost may be one of many things you are interested in if you are considering this type of treatment. How much money will you need to set aside? Are there any risks associated with liposuction? How long will it take me to recovery? The list goes on. We aim to answer the most important questions in this section of the blog post.
So, let’s deal with the financial side of things first. It is impossible to give a definitive answer regarding how much you will pay, as there are a number of contributing factors. For example, the liposuction cost you are quoted will depend on the number of areas that are going to be targeted throughout the surgery, and consequently, how long the treatment will take. Not only this but also the clinic you choose and their level of experience will also play a role. It is a good idea to get several quotes and compare them. But, don’t simply choose the cheapest one, as the quality is always the most important.
What are the risks of liposuction? This is a low-risk procedure. However, complications that can occur include swelling, dizziness, a bad reaction to a medication, excessive bleeding, skin pigmentation, and laxity. Although these risks are rare, it is important to be aware of them. Luckily, the recovery time is very quick with liposuction, and you will be able to go back to work after a few days.
Chin and jawline treatments
A beautiful chin and jawline have long been a symbol for sensuality in women, and you can literally take years off your appearance with dermal fillers for your chin and jawline. This treatment is quick and effective, and you can be confident of a safe procedure when you choose a clinic with care.
So, how do these sorts of fillers work? Fillers will be strategically injected into areas across the treated area. This is to replace the volume that has been lost in areas around the chin and the jawline, and the result will also be that the neck and jawline will be slightly lifted. There are several fillers available to choose from, with some of the most common being collagen stimulates, such as Sculpta and Radiesse, and hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Restylane and Perlane. Your specialist will determine the best option for you during the consultation phase.
The procedure will be painless because the specialist will apply a numbing cream to the area prior to the treatment, which will ensure the sensation of the needle is reduced dramatically. The procedure only lasts around an hour, with the recovery period typically taking two to four hours. After this, you have a 24-hour aftercare plan that you need to follow, and you can expect the impact of this treatment to be visible for nine to 12 months. After this, you will need to book another appointment for more dermal fillers otherwise your chin and jawline will return to their pre-treated state. There is minimal risk involved when it comes to this treatment, although some people do sustain minor side effects, such as redness, swelling, and bruising.