Dermal Fillers are designed to fill the area just under the skin. Properly applied Dermal Fillers can result in volumisation, definition, enhancment and hydration of the skin.

Dermal Fillers do not have to be prescribed, but this is likely to change in the near future for health and safety reasons. They should always be administered by a practitioner with appropriate training, knowledge and experience.

Dermal Fillers come in a variety of viscosities, tackling different areas of the face.

They all work to improve the appearance of ageing skin. Hyaluronic acid is a gel-like water-holding fluid that occurs naturally in the human body. Attracting and retaining moisture,  filling in creases or augmenting for a rejuvenated natural look. The synthetic form is a close to what we produce naturally. This injectable can tackle most areas of the face as it volumises, enhances and defines. If you would like to know more about how Dermal Fillers are applied, or want to discuss your needs please get in touch.

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Dermal Fillers treatment options:

  • Filling in wrinkles, fine lines and deep creases
  • improving other imperfections like scars
  • Filling in lip lines or augmenting lips
  • Plumping and defining cheeks
  • Contouring the jaw line
  • Softening Nose to mouth lines
  • Straightening mouth corners
  • Softening tear troughs
  • Smoothing out bumps on noses
  • Improving skin quality
  • Chin augmentation
  • Smoothing Nose bump

Frequently Asked Questions

Dermal Fillers do not have to be prescribed, but this is likely to change in the near future for health and safety reasons.  However they should always be administered by a practitioner with appropriate training, knowledge and experience.

Any adult who is clinically indicated and deemed fit to make an informed decision about the treatment and its associated risks.

Anyone with a previous allergic reaction to a Dermal Filler or someone with a allergy to Lidocaine (often added to fillers for the comfort of client).  Pregnant or breast feeding mothers are also contraindicated to treatment.

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