Dermal Filler Injections
What is a Dermal Filler?
Dermal fillers are a cross linking of hyaluronic acid which is naturally found in the skin that gives volume and hydration. When we age, the levels of hyaluronic acid decrease and the skin begins to lose its firmness and fullness. In addition to providing volume, they can improve the hydration of the skin from the inside out.
How long will it last?
Depending on the area treated and the product used the results will last for 6-12 months.
Does it hurt?
We apply a topical anaesthetic to the area to minimise your painWhat areas can be treated?
We can give a natural or more defined and enhanced look.
Should i get 0.5 or 1 ml for my lips?
This is down to personal preference and lip size/amount of previous filler.
However, if this is your first treatment we recommend 1 ml.
0.5ml will give a subtle look result.
1ml recommended if it is your first time – for a visibly more plumped and volumised.
The cheeks are a key area for rejuvenating the face. As we age we often lose volume due to fat loss and collagen reduction which makes the face look flatter. This treatment can create more prominent defined cheekbones and volumes the cheeks. Also can help with nasal folds.
CHIN & JAWLINE
Chin filler can lengthen and enhance the lower face to creating a define jawline and chin.
Marionette lines (corner of the mouth) are long vertical wrinkles that traverse from the corners of the lips to the chin.
1 ml is typically needed for this area.
NASOLABIAL LINE FILLER
The nasolabial fold is the deep crease running from either side of the nose down towards the corners of the mouth. This crease becomes more noticeable as part of the natural ageing process and fat is lost from the cheeks.
1 ml is typically used for this are but we may also recommend cheek filler too.
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