Dermal Fillers

Correct placement of filler will restore volume to your skin, reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles whilst enhancing youthful contours of the face.

Best Results

1-3 Treatments

Duration of Results

6-12 Months

Treatment Recovery

3-4 Hours

Risks and Complications

Medium

Anaesthetic

Numbing Cream
Local Anaesthetic

Procedure Time

20-40 Minutes

Skin Specialist

Medically Qualified

Back to Work

Same Day

Overview

As the skin ages, it gradually loses collagen, elastin and fat. These are the components of the skin that give it structure – the scaffolding of the skin. When present in high amounts, skin is supple, firm and plump. As the levels of these components decrease, our skin becomes thinner, more lined and wrinkled with reduced volume, plumpness and fullness.

Strategically placed fillers take the place of lost fat pads and collagen. Some even promote the production of collagen. This helps to restore the skin’s volume and fill deep wrinkles, thus giving the face a firmer, more youthful appearance.

Not only are injectable fillers used to restore lost volume and firmness, they can also be used to sculpt and change the appearance of your face.

So, fillers have a huge range of uses:

Dr. Natasha will likely use a range of brands for different treatments.

There are products available which can dissolve fillers, so the effects of dermal fillers are not only temporary, but they can be reversed if necessary.

How should I prepare for treatment?

A week before your treatment, avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, vitamin E and fish oil supplements. These may increase bleeding and bruising. However, you can take paracetamol if needed.

If you are taking any prescribed medication, including aspirin, do not stop taking it – consult Dr. Natasha or your GP first.

Avoid drinking alcohol 24 hours before your treatment, as this also increases the risk of bruising.

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