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One week prior to treatment, stop using ASA products or anticoagulants. Avoid Green Tea, Vitamin E and Red Wine.

Patients with the following conditions may not receive Filler treatments: previous allergic reactions to injectable filler products, history of a serious allergic reaction (anaphylactic), multiple severe allergies, abnormal raised scarring, or keloid formation, active inflammation, or infection in the treatment area (e.g. pimples, rash, hives).

Certain conditions require caution with injectable fillers and may preclude a patient from receiving treatment: Previous use of semi-permanent fillers, auto immune disorders, poor healing (due to diabetes or other conditions), long-term use of Prednisone or other steroid therapy. Recurrent viral infections such as herpes simplex (cold sores) may be activated by dermal filler treatments. The physician must be notified of these conditions prior to treatments.



Treatments of general areas of the face (nasal labial, marionette, volumetric filling, etc.): Immediately after treatment, there may be slight redness, swelling, bruising, tenderness, and/or an itching sensation in the treated area. This is a normal result after injection and generally disappears in a day or two.

Treatment of the Lips: The initial swelling after lip treatment may last longer than as above. Some patients experience swelling for about one week and the lips can look somewhat uneven during this time. This means that the result seen immediately after treatment may not be the result.

For all Filler treatment Areas:
Avoid touching the treated area for a period of 6 hours after treatment. After this time, light makeup may be applied, and the area can be gently cleansed.

Avoid exposing the area to intense heat, sunbathing, tanning beds or extreme cold until the initial swelling and redness have resolved.

Avoid exercise and alcohol for 6 hours post-treatment.

If you have previously suffered from cold sores, there is a risk that that the needle punctures could stimulate another eruption of the cold sores.


If you are using aspirin or any similar medications, be aware that these may increase the bleeding or bruising at the injection site.

Hyaluronic containing products gradually dissolve; therefore, the correction does not last forever. Subsequent treatments can provide better and potentially longer lasting results if done pri or to your product completely dissipating. The longevity of the procedure depends on the area of correction, the product used and your metabolism. The good news is that it has shown that Hyaluronic Fillers not only provide physical volume but also stimulate the formation of new collagen and slow the breakdown of existing collagen.

If you have any side effect that concerns you, please call MD Aesthetics at 905 666 5117 for professional advice. If you have an emergency over the weekend or after hours like loss of colour, or increasing pain, contact Dr. Copeland immediately by texting 905 439 1010 or texting Lisa 416 841 0884.

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