When we age, we lose volume from the face. We offer some treatments which promote skin elasticity and collagen production, but sometimes you need a little bit of help too – this is where dermal fillers can help. Dermal fillers can be injected into areas of the face where volume has been lost to bring back volume and plumpness, resulting in a more youthful appearance.
Who is this treatment for?
This treatment can be performed on any skin type and tone, some patients suffering with certain skin conditions or have allergies may not be suitable candidates.
What conditions does this treat?
We are able to use dermal fillers to enhance features to bring more balance to a face, or to correct an imbalance to bring harmony, including:
- Non-surgical rhinoplasty (nose job)
- lip augmentation
- chin/jaw augmentation
- cheek augmentation
- brow lift
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Marionettes (chin line)
- Tear Trough
- Crow’s Feet
- Naso-Labial Folds
- Volume Restoration
- Mid Face Rejuvenation
- Under-Eye Volume
- BarCodes / upper lip lines
- Forehead Lines
- Platysmal Bands
- Earlobe restoration
Dermal fillers are also used to replace lost volume due to sun damage and ageing.
How does it feel?
The injections feel like a pinch and can be somewhat painful depending on the area they are being administered too, however we supply the patients with topical anaesthetic to ensure they are as comfortable as possible.
Is it safe?
Dermal fillers have been used for over a decade and we now understand the best way to use them to ensure their reliability and efficiency.
Is there downtime?
You may experience some swelling and redness post-treatment. Redness usually subsides in a few hours, however swelling can last anywhere from a few days to a week. You can return to your normal activities immediately.
When will I see a result?
Immediately! Though, after your swelling subsides you will see the full, lasting effect of the treatment.
There are a range of dermal fillers available, and the ideal product for your ideal result will be recommended to you by your practitioner. The type of filler used will be dependant on the placement and duration of the product.