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Injectables are effective cosmetic treatments that enhance the natural beauty of your face and body. The experienced team at Associated Dermatologists in Berkley, Commerce, Novi, and West Bloomfield, Michigan, offers many cosmetic injectables to address most any beauty concern or need. To schedule a consultation, call the office nearest you or book online today.

What are Injectables?

Injectables are one of the many cosmetic services available at Associated Dermatologists. The team of experts offers a variety of injectables to meet a range of needs, including:

Dermal fillers
Dermal fillers are cosmetic injections that add volume under your skin to enhance features, plump up lips, and smooth out wrinkles.

Associated Dermatologists uses many lines of dermal fillers to meet a wide range of beauty needs, including Restylane® fillers and Juvéderm® fillers.

To stimulate your skin’s production of collagen, the dermatology practice also offers Sculptra® Aesthetic. Collagen is a structural protein that keeps your skin strong and resilient.

Botulinum toxin therapy
Botulinum toxin therapy is a type of cosmetic injectable that improves the appearance of crow’s feet, frown lines, and forehead wrinkles. Associated Dermatologists offers Botox® and Dysport®.

Kybella is an FDA-approved injectable treatment that destroys fat cells under the chin (a double chin) to improve your profile.

How do I prepare for injectables?
The dermatology experts at Associated Dermatologists provide specific instructions on the steps you need to take to prepare for your injectables. The specifics of your preparation depend on the injectable type, your beauty goals, and your medical history.

In general, your dermatologist may recommend you:

Avoid anti-inflammatory medication up to two weeks prior to treatment
Avoid blood-thinning medications and supplements up to two weeks
Schedule your appointment at least two weeks before a special event
Stop Retin-A acne products two days before treatment
The team also advises you reschedule your appointment at least 24 hours in advance if you have a rash, cold sore, or blemish in the area undergoing treatment.

How do I care for my skin after my injectables?
Associated Dermatologists also provides specific instructions for your post-injectable care. This may include:

Not massaging the treated area for three hours following treatment
Avoiding strenuous physical activity for up to 24 hours
Avoiding sun exposure for up to 72 hours
Limiting alcohol and salt intake to prevent unwanted swelling
Avoiding other cosmetic treatments for a set period of time
For Botox, the team recommends you not lie down for at least four hours after your injections.

Injectables are an effective treatment that can improve your appearance. To schedule a consultation to discuss your treatment options, call Associated Dermatologists or book online today.