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Dermal fillers are injectable substances used to plump up wrinkles and smooth lines on the face using hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the skin that helps maintain hydration and volume.

Injectable filler refers to a type of cosmetic treatment involving the injection of substances beneath the skin to address various aesthetic concerns. Commonly used fillers include hyaluronic acid, which enhances facial volume, and reduces wrinkles. They create a smoother or fuller appearance.

Dermal fillers work by boosting the skin’s supply of hyaluronic acid, dermal fillers revitalize and add volume to the skin, by attracting moisture by 1000 times its weight. This will instantly diminish the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and give a natural softer look. Dermal fillers are soft injectable gels consisting of stabilized, non-animal hyaluronic acid.  

  • Safe for ANY skin type!


All injectable treatments are performed by Jacob Fiby, RNFA. Jacob has been working in the medical field for over 19 years in both plastic surgery and urology at Humber Valley Hospital. Jacob has elevated himself to the position of First Surgical Assistant and perform minor surgical procedures. 

Not only is Jacob a cosmetic injector, he also provides training and instruction to other nurses on the safe procedures and protocols when it comes to injectables. He is intelligent, kind and has excellent technique when providing treatments. 

Dermal fillers differ in chemical makeup, and longevity and have varying degrees of softness. Softer fillers are used in the lips, for example, while sturdier fillers might be desired to enhance cheekbones. Under-eye fillers have the lowest molecular weight as this area is the softest on the body. 

Dermal fillers work to restore volume loss, contouring, augmenting and lifting facial features. 

Skin Boosters are micro-injections of hyaluronic acid. It provides glow, moisturizes, and restores elastin, focusing on hydration and longevity to improve texture, and skin radiance without adding volume. 

Bio-stimulators vary from dermal fillers and skin boosters as they stimulate the body’s natural collagen production, providing longer-lasting results. 



Dermal fillers can last varying durations, depending on factors like the type of filler, injection area, and individual factors. Here’s a concise breakdown:

  1. Some fillers last 6 to 12 months, while others endure 2 to 5 years.

  2. Non-surgical rhinoplasty using hyaluronic acid fillers may last up to 2 years and longer.

  3. Products metabolized quickly in areas with more movement may last 6-12 months. Even 2-3 years and as MRI has indicated, it can last even 10 years. As a result, we recommend not overfilling when necessary. 

Here is an excellent link to video and information discussing how long fillers really last: 


The outcome of fillers can vary from person to person, and it depends on factors such as your facial anatomy, the type of filler used, the skill of the practitioner, and your personal preferences. A skilled injector with an artistic eye is crucial for a natural appearance is imperative to prevent unwanted results. Desired results are a preference, we recommend going slowly to build volume and not thinking bigger is better. Beware overfilling as this will cause migration. Filler is hydrophilic and will expand and can migrate. Your facial symmetry and combined features are a guide to the aesthetic results unique to you.


Downtime after injectable filler treatment is typically minimal compared to more invasive procedures. However, individuals may experience some common side effects immediately after the injection, including:

  1. Swelling: Swelling is a common side effect and usually subsides within a few days, although it can persist for up to two weeks in some cases.

  2. Bruising: Bruising at the injection site is also common but varies in intensity and duration. It may take a few days to a week for bruising to resolve.

  3. Redness: Some redness or irritation at the injection site may occur, but it is usually temporary.

  4. Tenderness: The treated area may be tender or sensitive to touch for a short period.

It’s important to follow post-treatment care instructions provided by your healthcare provider, which may include avoiding strenuous exercise, excessive sun exposure, and certain medications that can increase the risk of bruising.


It is important to have a knowledgeable injector with proper technique and understanding of facial anatomy to avoid any potential risks. In the event of a side effect it is important to seek medical attention. Waiting to do so, can cause further complications. For those who are prone to cold sores use Valtrex prior to their appointment to prevent any inflammatory response. 

Rare Side Effects:
Infection: Although rare, there is a risk of infection at the injection site.

Allergic Reactions: Allergic reactions to filler ingredients are uncommon but possible.

Nodule Formation: Small lumps or nodules may form under the skin, especially with certain types of fillers.

Migration or Displacement: Fillers may move from the injected area, leading to asymmetry.

Granulomas: Delayed inflammatory reactions may result in the formation of granulomas (small, inflammatory nodules).

Numbness, Discolouration and Pain: Fillers may block a blood vessel. This requires immediate medical attention to prevent further complications. 

Delayed Side Effects:
Granulomas: Delayed inflammatory reactions may result in the formation of granulomas (small, inflammatory nodules).

Severity and Duration:
The severity and duration of side effects can vary. Most side effects are temporary and resolve on their own.


Post-care instructions for dermal filler treatments are crucial to ensure optimal results and minimize potential side effects. While specific guidelines may vary, here are general post-care instructions:

  1. Avoid Touching Treated Areas:
    Refrain from touching, massaging, or applying pressure to the treated areas immediately after the procedure.

  2. Stay Upright:
    Maintain an upright position for the first few hours after the treatment. Avoid lying down or engaging in strenuous physical activity during this time.

  3. Limit Facial Movements:
    Minimize excessive facial movements, especially in the treated areas, for the first 24-48 hours.

  4. Use Cold Compresses:
    Apply cold compresses or ice packs to the treated areas to help reduce swelling and bruising. Use a cloth or barrier to avoid direct contact with the skin.

  5. Avoid Heat Exposure:
    Steer clear of saunas, hot tubs, and intense heat for the first 24-48 hours. Heat can exacerbate swelling.

  6. Skip Intense Exercise:
    Avoid vigorous exercise and activities that may increase blood flow to the face for the first 24-48 hours.

  7. Be Cautious with Skincare Products:
    Use gentle skincare products and avoid treatments that may irritate the skin in the treated areas for the first few days.

  8. Avoid Alcohol and Blood Thinners:
    Refrain from consuming alcohol and blood-thinning medications for at least 24-48 hours, as these can increase the risk of bruising.

  9. Follow-Up Appointments:
    Attend any scheduled follow-up appointments as recommended by your practitioner.

    If you experience unusual side effects or have concerns, promptly contact your healthcare provider. NOTE: HOSPITALS ARE NOT EQUIPPED TO DISSOLVE FILLER.

Always follow the specific post-care instructions provided by your practitioner, as individual circumstances may warrant personalized recommendations. These guidelines aim to enhance the effectiveness of the treatment while minimizing potential complications.


Yes, there are potential benefits to dermal fillers. Dermal fillers are injectable substances used to add volume, smooth wrinkles, and rejuvenate the skin. Some of the key benefits include:

  1. Wrinkle Reduction: Dermal fillers can help diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, particularly around the eyes, mouth, and forehead.

  2. Restoration of Volume: As people age, they may experience a loss of facial volume. Dermal fillers can restore volume to areas that have lost fullness, such as the cheeks and temples.

  3. Enhancement of Facial Contours: Fillers can be used to enhance and define facial features, such as cheekbones or jawlines.

  4. Non-Surgical Option: Dermal filler treatments are non-surgical and generally involve minimal downtime compared to surgical procedures. Patients can typically resume normal activities shortly after the treatment.

  5. Collagen Stimulation: Some dermal fillers stimulate the production of collagen, a protein that provides structure to the skin. This can contribute to longer-lasting results.

  6. Quick Results: The effects of dermal fillers are usually noticeable almost immediately after the treatment.

It’s important to note that while dermal fillers can provide effective and natural-looking results, they are not permanent, and follow-up treatments are often required to maintain the desired effects.


Dermal fillers range in price and area but start at $650 per syringe


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