Bruising from fillers doesn’t have to happen, there are measures we take in our Kentucky medical spa to avoid bruising, but there are also some tips to follow in order to avoid the swelling, bumps and bruises you may experience with any injections.
Before we begin, it’s important to know that no matter what you do, there’s always a chance you can still bruise, but the goal is to minimize it to the point ever happening.
Dr. Nuzhat Naqvi is one of the best injectors in the country, he also uses a specific technique and needle that we will explain later in this article to ease your mind completely and avoid bruising from fillers all together.
Before your treatment, instructions will be given to you. It’s important to follow those instruction, if you’re not sure, ask! The doctor and Nada are always here to answer your questions.
We want to make sure you get the best and most comfortable filler treatment ever, and will do what it takes to make sure it’s a pleasant one.
There are some medications that you may need to avoid prior to the treatment, your individual situation may be different, but here are a few that are often considered.
Medication such as Tylenol is usually fine, but it’s best to stop drinking alcohol for a few days before your injection treatment, increase pineapple (fruit) or pineapple (extract) intake before your treatment.
Dr. Nuzhat Naqvi is regarded as a gentle injector, however he also uses a blunt-tip microcannula which is a small tube with an edge that is not sharp. It is designed for atraumatic intradermal injections.
It is used at our Radiance Medical Spa in KY because we want our patients to have an amazing experience and it does wonders when you want to avoid bruising from filler injections.
Small details such as these are what differentiates us from the rest. We take pride in personalized care with each of our patients. Our Radiance Medspa and skin care clinic is home to thousands of satisfied patients in Kentucky.