Dermal Fillers


Dermal fillers focus on restoring volume to your facial area. Dermal Fillers can aid in fixing a variety of concerns relating to facial ageing.

Many methods and substances have been used to treat facial wrinkles and to conceal the effects of ageing on the face. In addition to formal surgical procedures, laser treatment and botulinum toxin there are a large number of fillers available which can be injected as an outpatient.

Dermal fillers may be biocompatible or synthetic and are marketed alone or in combination. Biocompatible fillers have a perceived safety record and are resorbable. However the period of benefit is of limited duration normally lasting about 6 to 12 months.

Everything you need to know

Biocompatible fillers
Ideally the effects of a filler should last about 12 months. This allows reasonable respite from the injections and also enables accommodation of changes in the face which may occur with continued ageing.
Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic acid preparations (hyaluronan) are obtained by bacterial synthesis or from an avian source and are cross linked to varying degrees to maximise viscoelasticity and persistence. They last between 6 and 9 months and although well tolerated there is a 1% incidence of adverse reactions including granulomatous inflammation and sterile abscesses.
Where are dermal fillers used?
Most commonly, Dermal Fillers are used in Naso-labial folds, depressed under eye tear troughs, for cheek augment, re-shaping the nose, re-shaping the mandible profile, deep frown lines, chin augment, brow lifting, hand and neck volume loss, due to age , illness, or weight loss.

Of course Lip Augmentation has been extremely popular for many years, but we now have such a vast range of fillers to choose from, the look is very different from the awful “Trout Pout “so commonly seen. Softer more subtle Fillers can give a beautiful natural look. Vertical upper lip lines, laugh lines, and deep Marionette lines are other areas around the mouth are also commonly treated, with amazing results.“Wow without the Ow” is the way of the future, with many of the products having Lignocaine ( local anesthetic ) in them, so no more painful nerve blocks required.

Swelling is greatly reduced with most of these products, and usually not an issue post treatment.
What are the limitations of dermal fillers?
Whilst Botox can be very effective in reducing wrinkles due to muscle contractions, it has no effect in reducing the fine lines on the face caused by sun damage, and lines due to sagging of facial skin. In those patients with very heavy lines, repeated treatments may be needed for maximum effect. Too frequent or excessive dosing of Botox may lead to a patient’s resistance to treatment due to antibody formation and Botox treatment may exaggerate any facial asymmetry.
Side effects of dermal filler treatment
Although very rare but most common side effects of filler injections are: Swelling, Erythema (Skin Redness), Needle Marks, Skin Lumpiness, Visible Tissue Filler Material, Asymmetry, Pain, Skin Sensitivity, Damage to Deeper Structures, Infection, Skin Necrosis, Allergic Reactions and Hypersensitivity, Scarring, Granulomas, Skin Disorders, Antibodies to Fillers, Accidental Intra-Arterial Injection, Under / Over Correction, Migration of fillers.



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Improve Appearance Of Wrinkles

Little To No Downtime

Non Surgical

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