New Era for Dermal Fillers- Bruising does not need to be a big deal anymore
We have reached a new era in dermal fillers. With a combination of superior injection techniques and OcuMend, some offices see such minimal bruising that they are considering no longer warning patients about recovery downtime. These offices observe light bruising, easy to cover with makeup, but none that lasts more than a few days.
Think about the effect on the market if we could get most practitioners to this point. Fear of bruising would be a thing of the past, freeing up patients to get fillers on their own schedules. This is our vision for all offices.
For years, we have had a no-questions-asked money-back guarantee. We are quite proud that after selling over 60,000 gel pads, fewer than 10 patients have requested refunds. What amazes me is that, as we recently discovered, some OcuMend users cut up the gel pads before applying them. Not only is the applied surface area smaller, but the pads dry out more quickly, both factors that reduce dosage. Shockingly, even with significantly lower dosage, fewer than 10 patients have been dissatisfied. I am not sure if I should be happy that the product is so effective or disappointed that some patients could have recovered far faster.
We want patients to know when offices are dedicated to low bruising. Thus, we are starting a program to recognize high-performing injectors. Offices that demonstrate their low bruising rates can publicize their success with this brandmark.
We hope that both patients and practitioners spread the word that bruising should no longer discourage people from getting dermal fillers. When I founded Cearna Aesthetics, I hoped that one day we could advance to this point; I am very pleased to learn that we have.
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you want further information or the name of offices who have reached this goal.
Dr. Josephine Polich
Founder and CEO, Cearna AestheticsTags: arnica, Bruising, Cearna, dermal filler, homeopathy, injectable, Juvederm, ledum, OcuMend, plastic surgery, recovery, Restylane