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Dermal Fillers

Dermal filler lips 

Dermal fillers are synthetic hyaluronic acid (HA). HA is a very large sugar. It is naturally occurring in connective tissue throughout our bodies, with 50% of it being found in our skin. Fillers are popular treatments used for softening wrinkles, laughter lines, facial lines and wrinkles caused naturally by aging or sun exposure. Combined with a local anaesthetic, dermal fillers are injected into the skin to give your face a natural volume, leaving your skin completely hydrated and youthful.

 

Popular areas to add volume and fullness include the lips, cheeks and bridge of the nose. For smoothing and plumping lines and wrinkles, popular treatment areas include around the forehead, eyes, mouth, chin, neck, décolletage and hands.

 Fillers we offer are as follows

 1.Lips

This is the most popular filler procedure in the UK. They can enhance our beauty and self-esteem. We might not have the volume or shape we want for our lips or the lip line and Cupid’s bow are not as well defined as we’d like. Lip fillers can help achieve these goals.We might notice the following in our lips when we look at the mirror:

    • Not enough lip volume, not as full or plum as we desire.

    • Thin lips due to low volume.

    • Unclear border on the outside of the lips (vermillion border) which we try to correct with the lip liner.

    • Poorly developed vermillion border and philtrum which makes the ridge between the upper lip and nose.

    • Smokers lines



 What can I have done for my lips?

i) Volumisation:

This is where we inject a soft filler into your lip increasing the volume and make a soft pout in the centre if desired.

 ii) Definition (shaping):

This is when we inject at the outer border of the lip line (vermillion border) giving the lip good definition, making it sharper and more distinguished which is much better than the effect of a makeup liner. We can also do the Cupid’s bow and philtrum which will make the lip very defined, stand out and enhance the effect of lipstick.
£150

 iii) Volumisation and shaping:

By doing both volume enhancement and shaping.
£250

 iv) Smoker’s line treatment:

This can be combined with Botox. Please see Botox section in our website.

Filler and Botox £250
Filler Only £130

 2.Cheeks

This is the second most popular filler procedure after lip fillers. It is done for various reasons, such as:

i) Enhancing cheek appearance

To make the face more beautiful. Common in females aged between 18 and 36 as it makes the face more of a heart or V-shape as the cheek bones become more prominent.

 ii) Replacing volume

With age, we lose fat volume from our cheeks which makes them flat and due to the effect of gravity we develop folds, such as nose to mouth lines (nasolabial lines) and mouth to chin lines (marionette lines).All of these can be treated with dermal fillers.

 iii) Improving the contours of the face and cheeks

This is both anti-aging and improves the contours of the cheeks and face to smooth out any mid irregularities, lines and shadows making a smoother and more beautiful shaped cheek.

Cost for cheek dermal fillers £250

 3.Nasolabial folds

Nasolabial folds are the deep folds that run from the side of the nose at an angle to the mouth.They develop as a natural process of aging as we lose fat and volume from our cheeks and due to the effect of gravity deep folds appear in the area. This gives us an aging appearance. With dermal fillers injected into this area, we restore volume and improve these folds giving us a nice, younger and happier face and smile.

£250

4.Marionette lines

They are the deep lines that run from the angle of the mouth to the chin giving us a sad, grumpy appearance. These lines develop as part of the aging process and smoking and tend to help develop and worsen the jowls too.

With dermal fillers injected at the side of the mouth, after applying numbing cream, the "sad" appearance of the mouth is much improved.

£250

5.Hands

Our hands are exposed to all sorts of environmental factors and chemicals and we use them all the time over many years making them look much older than our face, which has the most procedures and products to treat the effects of aging and enhance facial beauty.

Special dermal fillers for the hands can restore the volume and cover the veins and muscle wasting on the back of our hands making them look younger and healthier.

£400

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