Dermal fillers are a lifting and reshaping treatment that is achieved through an injectable product called dermal fillers.
An example of treatment areas include lifting lines such as nose to mouth lines (nasolabial) and sad mouth corners and jowls (marionette lines), lifting depressions in the skin caused by volume loss due to trauma, such as acne, accidents, surgery or asymmetry present at birth. Other causes for volume loss that require lifting are regions on the face due to fat loss and aging, such as the mid face, temples, chin and cheek bones. All of which when the volume is returned bring back youth and harmony to the face.
We take pride in our work, here's some recent client results for Dermal fillers
These pictures show before, immediately after and 2 weeks after lip filler. However, the lip wasn't treated in isolation and some filler was administered in the skin surrounding the lips to give an overall more youthful appearance.
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Hear Rachel's experience of receiving dermal fillers.
Treatment Suitable For
Anyone of 18 years old
Yes - cream and injectable anaesthetic
Duration of Results
5month to 3 years
Infection, Blocked blood vessel
Expected Side Effects
Itching, tenderness, swelling, bruising
Arrive without make-up, no alcohol 24 hrs prior to treatment
Volume loss, facial asymmetry
Dermal fillerspricing list
Our Dermal Fillers pricing are quoted on a per syringe basis, however, with the skill of prescise placement, 1 syringe can treat multiple areas. This is what we call tweakments. Therefore please consider the prices as a guide for the syringe and not the treatment areas and the results that are achievable.
Peri Oral Lines
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Questions & Answers
Dermal fillers are man-made and so the likelihood of allergic reactions and virtually non-existent. Gone are the days of animal based fillers where a test patch was necessary to test for reactions.
Side effects that we expect to occur are redness, swelling and cruising. Although the bruising varies from person to person and can last up to 2 weeks.
Peri oral lines (lines above the lips), lip border and body of the lip, cheek, jawline, chin, nose reshaping, under eyes (tear trough), chest/decollete lines, sagging neck, hands, acne scarring, general scars, temples, cleft lip reconstruction
Yes you can. The scarring may cause us some limitations, which we can assess and discuss at your consultation.
We can definitely help with facial asymmetry. Exact symmetry isn't guaranteed, but we can discuss to what degreee of improvement can or can't be achieved during your consultation.
We don't recommend having treatments on the same day as a special event as we don't recommend applying make up until the following day. If bruises do aoocur, they can gradually get darker for up to 24 hours after the treatment and may only be hidden well with camouflage make-up and not your average foundation.
We don't recommend going on holiday until 3 to 4 days after your treatmentso that we can take care of you should any unwated side effects occur. If however you would like to go on a holiday, where you'll be sunbathing, and you won't be wearing a hat or sitting in the shade, we recommend waiting a minimum of 2 weeks after your treatment.
There is the risk of infection, although this is rare with our infection control processes in place. Should an infection occur, we would reassess you and prescribe antibiotics. Another potential risk is the risk of blocking a blood vessel. Although this is also very rare, should this occur, dermal fillers can be dissolved to allow the blood to flow through.
We use topical anaesthetics that are a very effective pain relief when applied for the correct length of time. Some dermal fillers also contain a local anaesthetic for improved pain relief. Some areas like the lips warrant an injecatble anaesthetic like you would receive at the dentist, so this will be offered as part of your treatment at no extra charge.
You will need to allocate 60 minutes to allow time for both the topical anaesthetic, assessment and the treatment itself. Your 2 week review will only take 10 minutes should you need one.
Syringes cost from £150 – £330 per syringe, depending on the treatment area, the volume required and the longevity of the dermal filler. Your expectations of the type of result you would like, will determine the number of syringes that we use or would recommend. Check out our offers page for additional offers that we give away FREE at various times of the year. You will be given an accurate price during your consultation as part of our pricing guarantee. We encourage our customers to have a consultation, and take the time to consider the pricing and the treatment prior to having the treatment at a later date.
Dermal Fillers basically lift and plump the skin. As the hyaluronic acid is also hydrophilic, it will further hydrate by drawing water to the area.
Yes we use Redensity 2, a hydrophobic filler that doesn't draw additional water to the area. Great for preventing areas like the tear troughs from appearing overfilled.
This depends on the type of filler used. For example the thinner fillers won’t last as long as the thicker fillers. As there are many varieties in viscosities, and types of dermal fillers, this varies from 2 months to 3 years, but these time frames also vary from person to person.
Initially the skin will look red and raised for the first day. This can rapidly disappear after an hour on some clients but last the full day on others. The level of lift given by the filler will be seen immediately after the treatment, although it will start to hydrate afterwards.
As dermal fillers are unregulated, it’s important that you receive dermal fillers that have been on the market for many years with a good safety record and clinical papers to support them.
Yes, it is possible for dermal fillers to migrate within the region of the face that the filler has been placed.