Dermal filler is one of many treatments available to reduce wrinkles, loss of volume and signs of ageing.
We suggest, that you set up a consultation, to assess which treatment would be suitable in your case.
There are many dermal fillers available, each with it’s own advantages and disadvantages. Today most fillers are based on hyaluronic acid, though other products are also used. Most practitioners use non-permanent fillers. However, there are some fillers with a much longer lasting effect or even permanent effect.
Dermal filler can help you restore lost facial volume, contour the cheeks and chin, reduce nasolabial folds, augment the lips and reduce fine and deeper lines.
It’s vital, that you discuss your needs and expectations with your doctor to ensure that you get a result that matches your expectation. This requires that the doctor has an individual approach to each patient.
What are dermal fillers used for?
There is a wide range of uses for dermal fillers. It’s often used to reduce facial lines and to restore volume in the face. More specifically it is used to
- Enhance shallow contours like augmentation of the cheek
- Soften facial lines, crease and wrinkles such as the nasolabial folds
- Minimise shadow of the lower lips
- Augmentation of the upper and lower lip
- Add volume to thin lips
Are Derma Fillers painful?
There may be some discomfort associated with the injection of Derma Filler. For most patients, this is bearable. However, if required, an anaesthetic cream can be applied prior to procedure to numb the area which will further reduce any discomfort.
Is a consultation required?
While not strictly required, it is recommended to have a consultation prior to procedure, for best assessment and results.