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how much downtime can i expect after perlane (dermal fillers) injections? will there be things i can't do for a while after getting perlane (dermal fillers)? for how long?

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Dr. Peter Certo
29 years experience Dentistry
There : There is no real down time with fillers. A few precutions: since the material is pliable for several hours, you do not want to sleep on your face for a night; don't scratch area for rest of the day: and avoid prolong sun exposure for first few days or until redness disappears. With all injectibles, there is the possibilty of bruising.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016

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