How Long Do Fillers Typically Last?

How Long Do Fillers Typically Last?

 

Thousands of men and women enjoy the anti-aging benefits of fillers. Fillers help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and can even add volume to areas like your lips and cheeks.

Fillers are easy to incorporate in your skincare regimen, too, in an effort to achieve hydrated, smoother, and younger-looking skin.

This Is How Long Fillers Last

Your initial fillers depend on your needs. This includes the type of filler, placement, and how many injections are needed to treat the area. Once the results are achieved, you will need touch-up treatments, too. That’s because filler breaks down over time.

So, how long can you expect your filler to last? It depends on the area.

Filler In Your Cheeks

Hyaluronic acid fillers like Juvederm create results that can last up to two years. You may need a touch-up treatment at around one year, though, to help prolong your results. Thicker gels, however, like Voluma, last around 15 months at a time.

Filler In Your Lips

Lip augmentation with filler has become popular in an effort to achieve fuller, smoother lips. Filler in your lips can last 12 months or longer with multiple treatments. For lips, it can take up to 3 treatments to achieve your desired results.

Filler Around Your Nose

Filler is the perfect nonsurgical solution to rhinoplasty. Around your nose, filler can last up to 2 years provided you have maintenance treatments every 6 months to keep up the results.

Filler In the Chin

Fillers can also be used for chin augmentations. Results can last anywhere from 15 to 24 months at a time.

Filler In the Corners of Your Mouth

Fillers can produce results that last up to a year, with touch-ups needed every 6 months.

What To Do When Your Filler Fades

While fillers certainly last some time, they are not a permanent fix. That’s why it’s necessary to book follow-up treatments around every 6 months to a year. For best results, aim to get new filler injections before your effects fade.

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