At ICLS, we offer a large selection of top cosmetic injectables – from neuromodulators to dermal fillers and beyond. Often counted among the most popular non-surgical options for aesthetic enhancement, injectables can achieve a wide range of benefits, especially when administered by an experienced provider. We frequently recommend injectables for patients who wish to enhance their facial aesthetic without the need for surgery or extensive recovery.


Neurotoxin injectables are primarily composed of botulinum toxin, a substance that can temporarily inhibit facial muscles. By doing so, these treatments can create a more youthful, refreshed appearance.

BOTOX® Cosmetic

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Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid, a naturally-occurring substance that helps maintain collagen and hydration. These products can replenish volume in the cheeks, lips and elsewhere on the face, and address a variety of age-related concerns.




Collagen-Stimulating Injectables


RADIESSE® contains calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres, which can stimulate the skin’s collagen production. As a result, RADIESSE® can effectively reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and folds.


Unlike other fillers, Sculptra® is made of poly-L-lactic acid, which deeply penetrates the skin to prompt the creation of collagen. While Sculptra® typically works more gradually than other injectables, its results tend to be much longer-lasting.

Other Injectables


Short for “platelet-rich plasma,” PRP is a versatile treatment using a patient’s own plasma. The platelets found in your plasma contain growth factors that can stimulate tissue regeneration and healing, which can in turn improve skin texture and appearance. PRP is frequently performed alongside other skin rejuvenation treatments, namely microneedling.

HA Boosters

At ICLS, our HA boosters (or “hyaluronic acid boosters”) are administered in a series of treatments over three months. The uncrosslinked hyaluronic acid contains cosmeceuticals which hydrate and brighten the complexion.

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Interested in cosmetic injectables? Schedule an appointment with our skilled nursing team to learn more.

Before and After

Lip Augmentation

Lip Augmentation

Cosmetic Fillers using using Sculptra

Lip Fillers Treatment

Cosmetic Fillers Treatment

Cosmetic Fillers Treatment

Cosmetic Fillers using using Sculptra®

Cosmetic Fillers Treatment

Patient A 1 of 3
Treatment with Sculptra, cosmetic filler and Botox injections; 3 treatments with SylfirmX for rosacea and skin tightening

Patient A 2 of 3
Treatment with Sculptra, cosmetic filler and Botox injections; 3 treatments with SylfirmX for rosacea and skin tightening

Patient A 3 of 3
Treatment with Sculptra, cosmetic filler and Botox injections; 3 treatments with SylfirmX for rosacea and skin tightening

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long will my facial fillers last?

    The amount of time you’ll enjoy your results depends on how quickly your body processes the filler and which products we decide to use. Hyaluronic acid fillers typically last for 3-6 months. Radiesse lasts longer. With this treatment, patients can enjoy results for up to two years.

  • How is Sculptra® different from other facial fillers?

    Unlike hyaluronic facial fillers, the main ingredient in Sculptra® is poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA). It’s classified as a collagen stimulator helping to gradually restore fullness to facial wrinkles and folds. Sculptra® can take months to take full effect, but patients experience long-lasting, natural-looking results that can last up to two years.

  • How much do fillers cost?

    Injectable filler pricing begins $600 per treatment. Sculptra® injections begin at $1,000. Fat transfer pricing is highly personalized to each patient’s needs and considers accompanying procedures, such as when fat transfer is done during a tummy tuck. Contact ICLS for more information.

Aftercare and Recovery

Patients can help to reduce the possibility/amount of swelling by using ice packs on the areas that were treated. Also, if you have a history of cold sores, Valtrex may be prescribed for you to reduce the risk of an outbreak.

In the event of a bruise or redness, your nurse can apply an anti-microbial make-up to limit the appearance of post treatment symptoms, and topical arnica applied to the treatment area can sometimes shorten the duration of any bruising.


Our Specialists

Dr. Sheetal Sapra

Dr. Sheetal Sapra is a leader in the field of dermatology. He is a world-renowned dermatologist and pioneer of new technologies aimed at improving the lives and looks of his patients. ​​Having practiced medical dermatology for more than 35 years, Dr. Sapra has made significant contributions to the field while treating issues such as acne, eczema, vitiligo, alopecia and psoriasis. Dr. Sapra has travelled the globe to learn from the best of the best and bring that knowledge home to his clinic in Oakville, where he not only shares, but also teaches.

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Dr Julie Khanna ICLS Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Female Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Julie Khanna

Our internationally-renowned, double board-certified plastic surgeon is considered a leader in breast reshaping, body contouring and facial anti-aging procedures. Combining well-honed surgical skill with a commitment to ethical care, Dr. Julie Khanna looks beyond the procedure to the patient as a whole, from inner self to outer beauty.

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