How much pain is there?
The amount of pain during an injection treatment varies from patient to patient. However, the discomfort associated with injectables is relatively mild. In many cases, injectables are given without anesthesia.
Patients may experience some discomfort during and immediately following the procedure. Injections done on the cheek, chin and close to the eyes are usually less painful than those around the lips, but this varies from patient to patient. If you are particularly concerned about pain, be sure to discuss this with Dr. Kremer before the day of the procedure.