Lift It, Plump It, Smooth It with Juvederm

Lift It, Plump It, Smooth It with Juvederm

My name is Rouby, and I work at Jazzi Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Medicine. I would like to share my filler experience with you. I have gotten filler in my tear troughs, my nasolabial folds and to my cheeks, to reduce the swelling I have under my eyes and to give me a more plump, healthy and fresher look.

Before the medical provider, Lacey, injected me, she applied the topical anesthesia to whole my face (so that I would not feel the needle). Even though I was very nervous because this is the first time I wanted try filler, I was very excited.

The medical provider and her assistants were friendly, kind and respected my anxiety. They gave me a stress ball to squeeze when I felt like I needed to.

Forty-five minutes later, the medical assistants wiped the numbing away with alcohol wipes, and the APRN start marking the points that she decided to inject. After that she started injecting me with the filler, and her assistants were standing holding near holding a vibrator to my face to distract my attention from the needle, and another assistant was carrying a mirror to let me see the result as we went. It was very interactive

After she filled all desired areas, the assistants started massaging the injection area to smooth out the filler under my skin.

Th filler itself is a very exciting experience. I got an immediate result, which is the most important part of the whole procedure.

One day later, I had bruising around the injection area, which is a normal reaction after the procedure, and the APRN said I could cover it by wearing make-up.

I’m satisfied with my result and surely plan to keep doing it when it wears off after 2 to 3 years, depending on the person. I had amazing results and got the fresh, pure look that I wanted.

Now I that I’ve told you about my experience, you may want to try filler for yourself!

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