Injectable fillers are a popular and simple option for those who want to recapture their youthful looks. It is a nice and easy way to make those wrinkles disappear and fill in the lines around the face. This helps to restore the beauty and contour of your face and skin. The fillers are able to reduce the appearance of smile and frown lines, lines around the lips, and more. It is an easy and a cost effective way to restore that youthful beauty! When one chooses to go into a medical spa for treatment – any type of treatment – it is always a good idea to know what some of the precautions are that you are going to have to take after you have your procedure. In the case of injectable fillers, you will find that you do not have to worry about much. They are a relatively safe and simple procedure that takes only a short time in most cases. In fact, most of the time, the treatment takes only about half an hour or so, but it all depends on the patient and the extent of the treatment. One of the questions that many of the patients who come into the spa have is how soon they can resume their normal activities and whether they can get out and enjoy the fun on Amelia Island. Fortunately, the redness and the swelling that you have after a treatment with these fillers will go away in a short period – generally less than a week, and in some cases it takes even less time. When you have these treatments, you should avoid extreme cold and extreme heat, as well as too much sun exposure in the first 24 hours. This means that if you have a trip to Amelia Island coming up soon, it’s a good idea to come in and receive your treatment a day or so before you plan to spend much time in the sun. After about 24 to 48 hours though, you should start to be feeling back to normal and any swelling that you may have experienced should be subsiding. Using cool compresses will help you with swelling during those initial days. Once the swelling drops, then you can get out and enjoy your time on the island. Since all patients are unique, make sure you ask the staff at the medical spa about spending time on Amelia Island.
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Last Modified: May 22, 2013