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Dermal Fillers in Cary, Fayetteville, and the surrounding areas of North Carolina

If you are looking to fill in lines and wrinkles and restore volume to the face, you may want to consider dermal fillers at Cape Fear Aesthetics. We offer multiple types of fillers to our patients in Cary, Fayetteville, and the surrounding areas of North Carolina.

At Cape Fear Aesthetics we offer brands of fillers, including, Juvederm, Restylane, Versa, and Radiesse.

TemplesEarlobeLiquid RhinoplastyMarionette LinesJawline/JowlsChin AugmentationUnder EyeCheeksNasolabial FoldsLip Lines/Smokers LinesLip Plump

TREATMENTS

Under Eye

Also referred to as the tear trough. Filler injected here is used to reduce under eye hollowness and dark circles. Cheek filler is often needed to provide the best results.

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Cheeks

Dermal fillers are used to lift and restore collagen/volume loss in the cheeks. Can give the appearance of more prominent cheekbones.

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Chin Augmentation

Dermal fillers are used to improve the profile by providing more chin projection. Filler can also be used for cleft chin.

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Temples

Used to repair volume loss in the temples. Sculptra is often used in this area.

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Lip Plump

HA Fillers are used to add fullness and hydration to the lip to give a “plump” look. Our goal is always to give a natural look to the lips.

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Nasolabial Folds

Also known as smile lines. Dermal filler is used to soften the lines. Often combined with cheek filler to lift the cheeks and take the weight off the nasolabial folds.

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Liquid Rhinoplasty

Dermal filler can be used to smooth out a hump or upturn the tip of the nose.

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Hands

Our hands show age first and dermal filler can be used to restore volume loss and smooth skin texture. Radiesse is often used for the hands.

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Jawline/Jowls

Sagging Jowls is the result of facial fat pads moving downwards over time. Dermal filler is used to lift and restore volume loss. Definition can be added to the jawline as well.

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Neckline

Dermal fillers are used to reduce the appearance of deep horizontal lines from looking down.

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Earlobe Repair

Dermal fillers help to plump ears that have started to hang due to heavy earrings over the years.

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Marionette Lines

HA fillers are used to soften the appearance of lines that develop at the corner of the mouth and run down to the outer corners of the chin. Often treated with jowls.

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Lip Lines/Smokers Lines

HA filler is used to soften the vertical lines around the mouth and hydrate the lips.

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Dissolve a Filler injected by another Provider

Are you unhappy with filler you got at another facility? We can help.

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FAQ

What are Dermal Fillers?
Dermal fillers are cosmetic injectables that can help reduce the signs of aging and restore volume and fullness in the face.
What is the difference between the different brands and types of dermal fillers?

With so many brands and types of dermal fillers on the market, it can be difficult to distinguish the difference between them. Not only do dermal fillers vary in the results they can achieve, but also in their composition, longevity, and suitability to various treatment areas. Softer fillers are used in the lips, while sturdier fillers might be desired to enhance cheekbones. Your injector will determine with you the best type and volume of filler needed for your particular areas of concern.

  1. Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers – products made with manufactured hyaluronic acid designed to act like the body’s own naturally produced hyaluronic acid.
  2. Collagen Biostimulator fillers – synthetic fillers that are administered to encourage the body to produce more collagen at the treatment site. Biostimulators promote collagen growth through fibroblast activation.
What brands/types of HA fillers do you use?
At Cape Fear Aesthetics, we use many brands and types of HA fillers. The HA fillers Juvéderm, Restylane, and Revanesse/Versa have similar long-term results, depending on the area treated. Each of these brands have multiple types of products and your injector will decide based on your desired results.
What brands/types of Biostimulators do you use?

At Cape Fear Aesthetics we use two forms of biostimulators, Radiesse and Sculptra.

  1. RADIESSE – Radiesse is a calcium hydroxylapatite filler that both fills instantly and stimulates collagen for a longer lasting effect. Radiesse is appropriate for cheek augmentations, lower face rejuvenation, temple restoration, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, chin augmentations, and more.The gel part of Radiesse gives immediate results, but the calcium particles stimulate new collagen production by the skin.
  2. SCULPTRA – Sculptra is a poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), a biocompatible synthetic substance that stimulates collagen production. Sculptra stimulates your skin to regrow its own natural collagen over time. It is important that you understand that Sculptra is simply a collagen stimulator. The Sculptra itself is NOT providing the filling action; the Sculptra causes a reaction in the skin, which forms new collagen. Sculptra requires a series of treatments to achieve adequate filling for most skin defects.
How long do dermal fillers last?
Results vary based on the type of filler used and the area injected. It also is very different from person to person, because we all metabolize the fillers at a different rate.

6-12 months

  • Under eye
  • Lips
  • Neckline
  • Temples
  • Smile Lines

9-18 months

  • Cheeks
  • Hands
  • Lower Face
  • Jaw Line
  • Smile Chin
  • Earlobe
  • Liquid Rhinoplasty

Radiesse

  • 1-2 years

Sculptra

  • 2-3 years
How many syringes will I need?
The amount of syringes needed is dependent on each individual and the area/s they are treating. Syringes range from $550-$800.
What is the recovery time?
There is no downtime or recovery period following your dermal filler treatment. However, bruising and swelling may occur. We recommend getting dermal fillers at least 2 weeks prior to any event.
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