Dermal Fillers in Belton, TX

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What are Dermal Fillers?

Injectable dermal fillers (injectable cosmetic fillers, injectable facial fillers) like JUVÉDERM® or Restylane®, are soft tissue fillers injected into the skin to help fill in facial wrinkles, restoring a smoother appearance. Most of these wrinkle fillers are temporary because they are eventually absorbed by the body. Dermal fillers may be used to correct a variety of cosmetic concerns, such as wrinkles, thin lips, acne scars, sagging skin, and undereye areas. Some people may need more than one injection to achieve the wrinkle-smoothing effect.

What is in the Dermal Fillers?

Hyaluronic acid (HA) is one of the most popular ingredients used in dermal fillers. It is a natural substance found in the body, and high concentrations can be found in soft, connective tissues and the fluid around the eyes. Lower concentrations can also be found in some cartilage, joint fluids, and skin tissue. HA is the base for Juvederm, Belotero, Perlane, and Restylane.


  • Pricing = varies by area and filler used - Menu & Pricing page
  • Procedure length = 30-45 minutes
  • Downtime = slight swelling or bruising possible up to 7 days

Staff at C&D Medical Aesthetics was amazing. I was desperately wanting to enhance my lips and add volume, Nurse Practitioner Erica Wilkerson gave me that and more. I am completely in love with my new lips. I highly recommend NP Wilkerson if you are interested in enhancing your lips. She provided me with wonderful education, we discussed different options, she listened and answered all my questions. I inquired about other services offered and plan to return soon. Thank you for the great service!

J.S. Google

Erica really took the time to listen to what I wanted!! C&D is the BEST!!

H.T. Google

Melissa did an amazing job giving me some lip filler. I’m a couple days in and loving the results. She has expertise in types of filler and contouring your lips with the right filler based on your goals. Definitely would recommend going to her at C&D if your looking to make your pout fuller!

A.D. Google

I have wanted to get my lips done for years, but was worried I would come out looking fake. I follow Melissa on Instagram and after seeing so many beautiful results I decided to give it a try. I initially asked for 1/2mL syringe, but at my appt after talking with Melissa we decided 1mL would be fine. I am so happy I did. I LOVE my lips!! They are full without looking fake. People I've known for years can tell something is different, but aren't able to point it out without me telling them. That's when you know it looks natural. I could nit be happier with my results and will be back soon for other things. Thank you so much Melissa!! XOXO

S.H. Google

I know there are a lot of options now in Belton for fillers and botox but being from Cali I am extremely picky who does mine and I am so impressed with C&D Medical Aesthetics the professionalism, pricing and perfectionism! Those are three 3 P's I look for when having anything done. If you haven't tried them do so ,you won't regret it .Charles did my injections but everyone there is great! They have so many options for beauty and health so I will be back

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What is the process?

First, we will sit down with you to see what areas you are concerned about. Your skin will be cleaned and numbing ointment will be applied. Once ready, injections will be made followed by manual massaging/molding to assure the filler shape is optimal.

What is recovery like?

Recovery from dermal filler injections is a fairly simple process. You will most likely experience swelling and bruising. Avoiding strenuous activity for 24-48 hours and icing the injection site can help minimize swelling. It is also common to experience temporary numbness, redness, or lumps at the injection site.

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How long do results last?

The effect lasts anywhere from six months up to two years with some fillers.

What are the risks and side effects of Dermal Fillers?

Though unlikely, risks include infection, filler irregularity or migration, small granulomas, and tissue necrosis. Read your consent thoroughly for a full list of possible side effects.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.