F.A.Q Filler Materials

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F.A.Q Filler Materials2018-10-14T13:25:51+00:00

What dermal fillers are

A dermal filler is a substance which is injected into the skin to plump it up, make it firmer and smooth out lines and wrinkles.
We use synthetically produced non-animal products consisting of hyaluronic acid which is a natural chemical constituent of the skin. These products are far less likely to produce allergic reactions than old-fashioned dermal fillers such as collagen which is derived from cowhide.

FAQs-About Filler Materials

We can use dermal fillers to fill out lines and wrinkles around your eyes.

The dermal fillers we use are extremely safe with a low incidence of allergic reaction. There is, however, a very small possibility of allergic reaction, which will be discussed with you. You can expect some degree of redness and swelling after the treatment, which usually clears up within 1-2 days.

Dermal fillers are injected, usually without the need for local anaesthetic, into lines and wrinkles to plump them out. The dermal filler then remains in the skin, where it binds water to produce a lift and give firmness to the treated area.

A dermal filler treatment usually take around 30 minutes

Typically, the results of dermal fillers can last six to nine months but this varies from one person to another. The filler is gradually broken down and absorbed by the body, so the lines, wrinkles or lips will ultimately return to their previous appearance without top up treatments

Before and After Filler Injection

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