Treatments

Dermal Fillers

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Dermal filler is used to add volume and fullness to areas that have diminished over time, and are showing the effects of ageing.

 

Dermal fillers are hyaluronic acid which is a naturally occurring substance in the skin.  As your skin ages, the hyaluronic acid reduces over time causing loss of volume, and lines and wrinkles to appear.

 

By injecting filler into the area of concern, it can restore volume and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but still allowing facial movement.

Filler can also be used to improve the shape an contour of the jaw, chin, cheeks, nose and lips.

Summary

Number of treatments

Procedure time

Level of discomfort

Anaesthetic

Recovery time

Results seen
Duration of Results

Usually one

30 minutes

Minimal

Topical cream

1-2 days

Immediately 
9-12 months

Nasolabial folds (nose to mouth lines)

Marionette lines (mouth to jaw lines)

Non surgical rhinoplasty

Smokers lines / peri oral lines

Smokers lines

Tear troughs

Lips

Cheeks

Chin

Jaw

Treated

Areas

Side effects

Some people may notice minor bruising to the area, but this will fade after 2-3 days.

 

Topical anaesthetic cream is offered but not always needed. This will be discussed prior to the procedure during consultation.  Aftercare advice will be given.

Prices

Please ask for more information regarding packages and full face rejuvenation.

 

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Teoxane RHA 4 1.2ml

£200

Teoxane RHA kiss 0.7ml

£140

Teoxane RHA 3 1ml

£200

Teoxane Ultra Deep 1.2ml

£200

Jawline 2.4mls Ultra deep

£350

Cheeks 2.4mls Ultra Deep

£350

Nasolabial fold

£200

Nose augmentation

£300

Tear troughs Redensity II

£250

Exemptions

Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.

Myasthenia Gravis.

Infections at the injection sites.

Generalised disorders of muscle activity.

 

Side effects may include a mild headache, but this is transient and will pass after a few days.  Rarely there may be a small bruise, but again will last 2-3 days the resolve.