Getting fillers is safe as long as you’re working with a certified and knowledgeable injector.
If it’s your first time making a dermal filler appointment and the injector does not recommend a consultation beforehand, run the other way. A good, experienced injector will always want to get to know you and the results you’re looking for before the procedure.
The most common side effects of dermal fillers are bruising, bleeding, and temporary swelling. While you may experience a bit of discomfort while the fillers settle, these effects are not life-threatening. Rarely, more serious side effects can occur.