A filler is a gel-like substance that is injected under a wrinkle or hollow area to smooth and reshape it.  Depending on the area to be treated, there are a number of different options available.

"I had such a great experience with the nurse practitioner, Lauren at Dr. Peters office that I needed to write a review. She did my lip and cheek filler and I am in love with the results! Lauren was professional and so knowledgeable about all of the procedures/products I had questions about. She took her time and was very precise with her work."-L.F. More Testimonials

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Before and after lip filler injections


The Juvederm family of products is made of hyaluronic acid, a naturally-occurring substance found in normal skin.  There are currently five types of Juvederm available in the US.  They vary from one another in terms of how they’re processed, which results in different characteristics once they’re injected.  Juvederm Volbella is the least plumping of the products, perfect for filling in the superficial lines seen around the lips.  It can also be injected into the lips for a very subtle augmentation.  Juvederm Ultra is also used superficially to address wrinkles directly.  It can be used to augment the lips as well.  Juvederm Vollure is similar to Ultra, however its results last slightly longer.

Juvederm Ultra Plus is placed a little deeper and is typically used to address a hollow area or fold. It is commonly used in the nasolabial folds and marionetter lines.  Juvederm Voluma is the most plumping of the products and is intended to add fullness to an area of volume loss, such as the cheeks or to add structure to the chin or jawline.  All of these products are injected in the office with typically only mild discomfort.  Common side effects from the procedure, include temporary swelling and bruising.  The results may last 9 months to 2 years, depending on the product used.

RHA Filler

Resilient Hyaluronic Acid fillers, also known as the RHA collection of fillers, are made of Hyaluronic acid just like Juvederm and Restylane products are, but they are manufactured slightly differently to allow for more “resiliency” or ability to move naturally with areas of the face that have more motion. The RHA collection of fillers are the first and only FDA approved hyaluronic acid fillers available in the United States for dynamic wrinkles or folds. Dynamic wrinkles and folds are caused by repetitive movements that occur in your face with time- such as those that occur on the upper and lower cheeks, nasolabial folds, around the mouth and on the chin.
There are three different RHA fillers to choose from depending on your concerns. RHA2 is intended for injection into the dermis in order to fill in superficial lines and wrinkles, such as around the mouth or in the cheeks. RHA3 is a great option for treating lines and folds in the marionette lines, nasolabial folds or the chin. RHA4 is intended for deep dermis or subcutaneous injection into the mid-face for cheek contouring.
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Injections of anti-aging facial


Belotero is another hyaluronic acid filler that is thinner than the Juvederm family of products.  It can be used to address very superficial fine lines and works nicely in the tear trough, which is a groove along the inner aspect of the lower eyelid.  In fine lines, the results last about 6 months, though in the tear trough the results can be longer-lived.

"Dr Peters completed a blepharoplasty and my results are far above my expectations.  I also receive quarterly  botox and yearly/bit early filler cosmetic procedures by Lauren and couldn’t  be more happy with my smiling face. Thank you all at the office for your professional and kind service." -T.B. More Testimonials

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