WELCOME TO Dr. Showrya Gadde Dermal fillers

Dermal fillers are a remarkable tool in the realm of non-surgical cosmetic enhancements, and Dr. Showrya Gadde is an expert in their artful application. These injectable treatments consist of hyaluronic acid or other biocompatible materials that are skillfully administered to address a multitude of aesthetic concerns.

Whether you're seeking to restore volume to your cheeks, plump up thin lips, or diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, dermal fillers offer a versatile solution. They work by replenishing lost volume, smoothing out wrinkles, and enhancing facial contours, resulting in a more youthful and revitalized appearance.

With Dr. Showrya Gadde's keen eye for detail and extensive experience, you can trust that your dermal filler treatment will be performed with precision and artistry, achieving natural-looking results that enhance your unique beauty. Whether you desire a subtle enhancement or a more dramatic transformation, dermal fillers can help you achieve your aesthetic goals with minimal downtime.

Dermal fillers serve a multifaceted role, which includes addressing issues such as reducing the appearance of deep under-eye circles, enhancing cheekbone volume, plumping the lips, and smoothing lip lines. They can also be used to rejuvenate the hands, keeping them looking youthful. Additionally, dermal fillers are capable of achieving the following:

  • Lifting the brow
  • Defining the jawline
  • Assisting in the treatment of acne scars
  • Improving the overall appearance of the face, especially for individuals who have experienced significant weight loss.

Results from fillers can be immediate, but they may take up to two weeks to become fully apparent.

After the treatment, it's important to follow these guidelines:

  • Refrain from massaging the treated area for the first 24 hours.
  • Avoid putting pressure on your face by lying down for 24 hours.
  • Do not use bleach or makeup for the next 12 hours.
  • Wait 48 hours before applying any medicated creams to the treated area.