Dermal Filler Treatment explained

Help restore and refresh, resulting in a more youthful appearance to the area being treated

Dermal Filler Treatment

Dermal fillers are an injectable treatment made up of hyaluronic acid and designed to give volume and lift to your skin, smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles that can appear with age. Dermal fillers done respectfully and subtly can help restore and refresh, resulting in a more youthful appearance to the area being treated.

They are most commonly used to rejuvenate facial areas including the cheeks, mouth, jawline, lips and neck.

Dermal fillers are a non-surgical treatment and can be used fora combination of concerns. They can be used to add volume, increase plumpness, contour, restore and/or used to hydrate -stimulating the growth of collagen.

Dermal Filler Treatment FAQs

How does dermal filler work?

The majority of dermal fillers are made up of hyaluronic acid –which is naturally produced by the skin. Hyaluronic acid gels re-volumise your skin, as well as increasing and maintaining the moisture that helps to keep it plump and smooth.

What happens during my treatment?

A numbing cream may be applied to the area prior to treatment.Usually your Nurse/Dr will use a white pencil to mark areas being treated on your face. Once your Nurse/Dr is ready and you are comfortable, Dermal filler will then be injected using a fine needle/cannula. You will be lying down with your head slightly raised as you are treated.

Will I feel any pain or side effects?

You may experience discomfort, tenderness, bruising and swelling, which will usually last between 2-5 days following treatment, however up to 14 days to completely settle.

Who is dermal filler suitable for?

Anyone aged 18 and over, but particularly those who are wanting to increase volume and fullness and reduce the signs of ageing. A full consultation is always given prior to treatment to discuss risks, benefits etc.



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