Facial Fillers

Facial Fillers in Stockbridge & the Greater Atlanta, GA Communities

Dermal filler injections are a safe, fast and excellent option for turning back the hands of time by reducing the appearance of skin wrinkles and fine lines. The advanced facial fillers Dr. Fletcher offers are FDA-approved to volumize your face (naturally increase tissue volume), smooth and soften unwanted facial lines and folds, restore the cheek volume and augment and shape your lips! Men and women can benefit from dermal fillers to give you a more youthful appearance.

Summer is ideal for fillers and Botox because they deliver great results with no downtime. Check out these results after I did a single treatment of Juvéderm Volbella® XC to improve dark under-eye circles and bags. Call us, and we’ll help you love your look!

Tear Trough Filler Before and After, Stockbridge, GA

Consult with Dr. Aaron Fletcher for an Individualized Approach for Your Facial Renewal

During your consultation, you and Dr. Fletcher will discuss your facial rejuvenation goals for your appearance and if facial fillers are the best way to achieve them. There are numerous options for filler injections, and each has its own best uses. After your consultation, you can be confident in Dr. Fletcher’s skill, expert injection technique and experience that will help you achieve optimal results. At The Georgia Center for Ear, Nose & Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery, we offer the next generation of Juvéderm® collection of fillers. Dr. Fletcher will discuss with you which filler will best work to achieve your goals. Learn more about the collection of Juvéderm® fillers, including: Juvéderm® XC, Juvéderm® Ultra Plus XC, Juvéderm Volbella® XC, Juvéderm Vollure™ XC or Juvéderm Voluma® XC .

Your Comfort is our Priority

Dr. Fletcher takes steps to maximize your comfort during your facial filler procedure. A topical anesthetic is used to numb the area so you are comfortable. The injection procedure is quick and with no downtime.* Our goal is to help you feel relaxed and confident in your facial rejuvenation procedure.

Choose Your Facial Filler Injector Carefully for Optimal Results

When you want to look your best using filler injections, it is important to select a cosmetic physician who has the education, expertise and skill to achieve the best results. Beware of low-cost centers and injectors who do not have the necessary education, training and certification. You can be reassured that when you select Georgia Center for Ear, Nose & Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery your injections will be done by a board-certified physician. Dr. Fletcher is one of a select group of surgeons to attain dual training in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery and Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has combined his training and experience in each specialty to provide a full range of facial rejuvenation services. You can be sure of receiving top-notch treatment from a leading doctor who has multiple publications and has training in facial and plastic surgery.

Contact Us Today!

The Georgia Center for Ear, Nose & Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery offers a caring and safe environment for your cosmetic facial rejuvenation procedures. Dr. Aaron Fletcher and his staff are committed to making sure you feel comfortable in each stage of the process, as well as helping you to get you achieve your desired results. We can help you with your non-surgical facial rejuvenation goals. Call us at 678.902.9495 or contact us online for your consultation. *Results may vary.

Facial Fillers Frequently Asked Questions 

How long do facial fillers last?

A few factors come into play here, as facial fillers can last anywhere from five months up to a year or more. The longevity of your fillers will be based on aspects such as the injection site, what type of filler is used, and how your body handles the filler in regard to metabolization. Additionally, you also want to consider the skillset and quality of your surgeon. This can always have a direct bearing on the longevity and effectiveness of your procedure.

Do fillers damage your face?

If you’re working with a skilled surgeon, there’s no reason your face should come out damaged in any way. It’s important to note that although facial injections are meant to spruce up your exterior image, it isn’t meant to be a “fix.” Cosmetic procedures are known to be temporary to some degree, and it’s common to need follow-up appointments. 


However, regardless of how often you go through the procedure, your face won’t be damaged. Once again, the dedication and skill set of the surgeon you work with is paramount to avoiding any issues, which is why we’re known for the best facial fillers Atlanta has to offer.

What do fillers do to your face?

The main point of facial fillers is to smooth out natural wrinkles while offering a more youthful appearance and even an improved complexion. This works with the help of hyaluronic acid being injected into the skin, but more than one substance is used for various facial cosmetic procedures. Nevertheless, many people lean toward facial fillers to add a little more vitality to their face by reducing definitive lines and noticeable creases.

What age should you get fillers?

If you’re looking into facial fillers for yourself, the earliest you can start is at the age of 21, but most procedures are available to those who are 22 and over. This is due to FDA regulations, and it never hurts to spend ample time thinking about cosmetic procedures before diving in head first. Although facial injections are relatively harmless in many ways, it’s important to have a healthy headspace before you make such a decision. Many people look into facial fillers at a young age, but the largest demographic for this procedure is those who are generally 30 or older.

Are there any potential risks to facial fillers?

With any invasive procedure, mild or not, there are always some risks you could encounter. Some potential risks that come with facial fillers are bruising, swelling, itching, tenderness, and a few others. These are pretty mild, yet you could possibly run into more serious health concerns if you aren’t working with a talented and meticulous surgeon. 

It’s known that infection, allergic reactions, or raised bumps could occur, which may require further treatment if it struggles to heal on its own. More severe issues you should take into consideration are the movement of filler material, leakage or rupture, and injury to the blood supply. Then again, many of these risks aren’t very common whatsoever, as they mainly consider sparsely documented incidents.