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 that 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.

Results are immediate resulting in this procedure gaining momentum as being a viable, cost-effective alternative to invasive surgery.

A tiny needle is used to insert the product into the target area. Softer more subtle fillers achieve exquisite, natural-looking results. To minimise possible swelling or bruising, your dermal therapist may apply ice at the same time.

Most Popular Areas for Fillers Are:

  • Under Eye Troughs
  • Deep Frown Lines
  • Neck Volume Loss
  • Re-shaping the Nose
  • Naso-labial Folds
  • Brow Lifting
  • Chin Augment
  • Cheek Augment
  • Upper Lip Lines
  • Laughter Lines

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What Are Dermal Fillers Used For?

Dermal fillers are used primarily to restore volume to the facial area where degeneration of the facial tissue has occurred. The many other uses are filling in acne scars, to reshape facial features and to add volume to lips and cheeks. For an enhanced result, fillers can also be used in conjunction with anti wrinkle injections.

Everything you need to know

Results will be quick, however collagen will grow from around the 6 week mark. Your skin will continue to improve over the next 6 to 12 months.

For collagen and skin rejuvenation approximately 3 to 6 treatments, 6 to 8 weeks apart.

The inflammatory reaction of the skin is short and fades significantly within hours from redness to pinkish and that may last from 12 to 24 hours on average.

A flushed look can last usually about 48 hours. In order to reduce visible redness, it is recommended topical healing minerals and hyaluronic acid to help hydrate the skin. Zinc sun protection is also recommended.

Only use a soothing cleanser to clean, hyaluronic acid to help hydrate your skin, as it will become very dry and Copper + Zinc to heal and protect.

It improves the thickness of the dermis as well as the epidermis. This in turn improves skin texture and reduces wrinkles.

It also has a positive effect on hyper-pigmentation as well as on hypo-pigmentation, new collagen fibres, an improved blood supply and harmonises pigmentation.

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