How To Prepare For The Botox Or Dermal Filler Treatment?

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How To Prepare For The Treatment

Before you decide to get a treatment, whether it is for Botox, a wrinkle dermal filler, a lip filler, a cheek filler, a nose filler, or any other treatment, we advise you to read through the materials on this website.

This way, you better understand how the treatments work and what to expect. 👍

We also encourage you to become familiar with the sections about what to expect during the treatment, and also what to do and avoid after the treatment.

After you have a general understanding of the treatments, we encourage you to take advantage of our FREE consultation.

This is 100% free and comes with no strings attached. 👍

In this consultation, we will talk about your options, what you can expect to achieve, further details on how the treatments work, and also answer any of your questions. We want to make sure you have a full understanding of the treatments and how they can benefit you.

During this consultation, please let us know of any medical conditions you have, if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or trying to conceive.

If you want to go for treatment, you can book an appointment either during your consultation, or any time after. If you are a first-time patient at our clinic, we will happily offer you a 10% welcome discount.

If you decide to go for either Botox or a filler treatment (any injection), there are a few things you should avoid three days leading up to the treatment.

We recommend avoiding painkillers as well as any blood-thinning medications 3 days before your treatment. If you rely on medications and need to take these before the treatment, please consult with us beforehand.

We also recommend avoiding any other blood-thinning products you may use during these 3 days.

If you smoke, we recommend that you stop smoking (or reduce it as much as possible) leading up to the treatment.

In addition, we recommend that you avoid very salty foods a few days before the treatment. Excess sodium causes the body to retain water, which in turn can worsen swelling.

And lastly, we would also want you to not consume any alcohol 24 hours before the treatment.

If you do consume or use any of these elements, they may interfere with your treatment. Therefore the treatment may be less effective and you may not see the desired results.

If you are unsure about whether something may be blood-thinning or have adverse effects, just ask us during the FREE consultation.

Otherwise, you can have a regular and normal lifestyle before the treatments, and do the things you normally do.