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Dermal Fillers are a very popular injectable treatment to fill folds and wrinkles and re-volumise the mid and lower face. These dermal fillers are hyaluronic-acid based. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in every individual and this is what causes us to look plump and youthful when we are young. As the ageing process takes effect your collagen starts to break down which can leave you looking tired. Re-introducing the hyaluronic acid using the dermal filler treatment can plump out deep skin folds. On our advanced courses we can also use the dermal fillers to enhance and sculpt the cheeks giving an overall lifting effect.
The areas of the face that the dermal filler treatment can be applied are:
- Nose to mouth lines
- Mouth to chin lines
- Corners of the mouth
- Dermal filler for lips (border and body)
- Nose reshaping
- Tear trough
- Smoker’s lines
Before your treatment topical anaesthetic cream will be applied to the areas which you will be having the dermal fillers to numb the skin and minimise any pain. The treatment itself will take about 30-45 minutes but this can differ depending on where you are having the dermal filler treatment. Once you have had your treatment you will be slightly red and there will also be some swelling which will subside a couple of days after treatment. True results will be seen approximately 2 weeks post-treatment.
How much do dermal fillers cost?
The cost of the dermal fillers are from £125 per syringe which is an approximate saving of £175 per syringe on normal high street costs.
Frequently Asked Questions
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