RHA Fillers

Award-Winning Filler | FDA Approved | Clean Beauty

Only available in select practices, this latest innovation in the dynamic facial filler is made to adapt flawlessly with most areas of the face. We are proud to be an exclusive provider, one of only two in our area.

RHA (resilient hyaluronic acid) dermal fillers are the first and only FDA-approved HA fillers.

The natural hyaluronic acid in your skin helps provide moisture, volume, and structure, but over time, your skin produces less hyaluronic acid.

RHA fillers are designed to:

  • Mimic the natural hyaluronic acid structure that’s already in your skin.
  • Diminish folds and wrinkles caused by repetitive movements, such as laughing, talking, frowning, and squinting.
  • Be resilient enough to adapt to your facial movement.
  • Provide a more natural look at rest and in motion.
  • Be effective with few chemical modifications.

Frequently Asked Questions about RHA Fillers

What are RHA fillers?

RHA filler is an injectable gel that we use to treat facial wrinkles and folds that are in the moving area of the face.

How does it work?

We use an ultrafine needle to plump the skin to fill in and smooth away wrinkles and folds, such as the lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth.

How long does it last?

Once your body absorbs the gel, the smoothing and plumping effect gradually disappears. The smoothing effect lasts 12-18 months in most patients.

Do injections hurt?

You may experience minimal discomfort at the injection site that will lessen within a few minutes. RHA contains lidocaine, an anesthetic, that helps to reduce any pain.

What happens during the treatment?

We slowly inject RHA into your facial skin in small amounts until we see the desired result. We then gently massage the area to help smooth and distribute the gel. And finally, we apply an ice pack to aid in decreasing swelling.

How long does the treatment take?

The procedure typically takes 15-30 minutes.

Am I a candidate for RHA fillers?

When you come in for a consultation, we’ll discuss your medical history and any allergies you may have. Once we’ve performed a full evaluation, we’ll be able to determine if RHA fillers would be a good option for you.

What are the risks?

Common reactions at the injection site include itching, bruising, redness, pain, swelling, firmness, and change of color. But patients report these to be mild to moderate and that they typically disappear within 7 days. If anything, more severe occurs, call us right away.

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For more information about RHA Fillers or to schedule a consultation with our Certified Dermatology Nurse , Jen Rogers, call our Eugene OR office at (541)-484-3305 ,