Collagen Injection Procedure
Collagen replacement injections are usually administered by a specially trained nurse or doctor.
A typical collagen replacement injection procedure is as follows:
1. The skin is cleansed in such a way that no residues remain.
2. The area into which bovine collagen will be injected is sterilized.
3. A needle containing the bovine collagen, saline and some local anesthetic is injected into the skin, just below the area deemed to require rejuvenation.
4. The area into which the bovine collagen in injected may be smoothed over before it becomes firm.
Notes on Collagen Injection Procedures
The treated areas may be red and swollen afterwards. It can take up to 3 weeks for this redness and swelling to clear completely.
Follow up after the first skin collagen injection treatment will normally be in 2-3 weeks to assess results.
Subsequent treatments, which will be required for maintenance, may not be followed up in the same manner.
The need for injectable facial collagen can be curtailed through the use of the face lifting treatment, which naturally enhances collagen and elastin production to more closely match youthful levels.
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