Dermal Filler Injections

Filler contouring is an injection manipulation during which certain fillers with hyaluronic acid or CaHa are introduced into areas that require correction and improvement.

The scope of the technique is not limited to one area, but allows you to work with imperfections in a complex, depending on the individual needs of each patient!

CIDK guarantees the use of only certified drugs that meet international safety standards. At the consultation, the cosmetologist will select the necessary drug, its quantity and tell you how many procedures will need to be carried out to achieve the desired result.

What are the advantages of this procedure:

  • Fast visible result;
  • Does not require long-term rehabilitation;
  • The effect lasts up to 2 years;
  • The procedure is performed by cosmetologists with higher education.

How is the procedure?

Before the appointment, the doctor will conduct a visual examination and collect an anamnesis. If there are no contraindications to the procedure, then the doctor applies an anesthetic cream that will reduce pain. After the anesthesia takes effect, the doctor will proceed directly to the introduction of fillers.

Areas of application for contour plastics:

Contour plastic is widely used to correct various zones. In the CIDC clinic, contouring is used to correct:

  • temples;
  • forehead;
  • cheekbones;
  • lips;
  • nasolabial folds;
  • nasolacrimal trough;
  • lower third of the face;
  • chin.

What to do after the contour plastic procedure?

Contour plastic surgery practically does not require rehabilitation and recovery period. However, there are recommendations that must be followed for several days after the procedure. Namely:

  • Do not drink alcohol;
  • Do not act mechanically on the injection sites of fillers.

What are the indications for a contour plastic procedure?

Indications for contour plastic are:

  • Lip asymmetry;
  • Insufficient lip volume;
  • The desire to acquire more pronounced cheekbones and “emphasize” the oval of the face;
  • Correction of wrinkles (for example, nasolabial folds);
  • Decreased skin tone.

Contraindications for contour plastic:

  • Oncological diseases;
  • Blood diseases;
  • Individual intolerance to the components of the drug;
  • Infectious diseases;
  • Chronic diseases in the acute stage.

Our Advantages:

The best doctors
Natural result
Use of exclusively certified fillers


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