Purpose of the Consent: To provide written information regarding the risks, benefits, and alternatives of Dermal Fillers such as Restylane®, Juvaderm, Versa and Radiesse, It is important that the patient should fully understand the treatment priorly. Before signing the consent, the patient should ask any of the questions regarding the treatment, Dermal Filler, and procedures to their doctor or healthcare professional. The Treatment Information: All mammals have hyaluronic acid naturally and it contains several soft tissues. This acid can also be produced synthetically. Dermal Fillers use hyaluronic acid which is a non-animal product, so the risk of animal-based disease or allergy is low. To lessen the discomfort, the injections contain a local anesthetic. For lasting effects, the treatment should continue. After injection, the body absorbs dermal fillers slowly and the length of the effect depends on the person. Risks and Side Effects: The possible side effects are listed below. However, the patients should be aware that there may be unique effects to certain people that are not known right now. Some possible occurrences during Tissue Filler Injections: Bleeding and Swelling, Erythema (Skin Redness), Needle Marks, Acne-Like Skin Eruptions, Skin Lumpiness, Visible Tissue Filler Material, Asymmetry, Pain. Risks of Dermal Filler Injections: Damage to Deeper Structures, Infection, Skin Necrosis, Allergic Reactions and Hypersensitivity, Scarring, Granulomas, Antibodies to Fillers, Accidental Intra-Arterial Injection, Under /Over Correction, Migration of Dermal-Fillers, Drug, and Local Anesthetic Reactions. Limitations and Alternatives: From time to time, there are cases that the treatment could not be successful or wears off quickly. Alternatives may include; laser treatments, chemical skin peels, other skin procedures, or alternative types of tissue fillers.