Dermal Filler Injected

Dermal Filler

Dermal fillers are FDA-approved medical devices or implants that help to create a smooth and complete appearance of the face

Dermal Filler is a substance injected into the skin to reduce facial wrinkles, restore volume and fullness, improve flat contours, plump thin lips, enhance the appearance of scars and restore volume to hands. In recent years there have been significant innovations in the field of dermal filling techniques, including the market launch of several new products.

If the effects of the ageing have become apparent in the form of facial wrinkles and wrinkles, you can consider non-surgical treatments such as filler. Whichever one you choose, filler offer a non-surgical solution to the challenges of aging skin.

  • Reduce signs of aging.
  • Reduce lines and wrinkles.
  • Restore volume and fullness, improve flat contours, plump thin lips, enhance the appearance of scars and restore volume to hands.

Pricing

£160/per ml

1ml - Nasolabial Folds

  • Reduce the signs of ageing with a series of non-surgical and non-invasive treatments.

£160/per ml

1ml - Marionette Lines

  • Get rid of fine lines with professional dermal filler treatments.

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Why use Dermal Fillers

Absorbable temporary fillers are approved for moderate to severe wrinkles, such as nasolabial folds (lines stretching from the sides of the nose to the edge of the mouth) and perioral wrinkles (small folds on the skin around mouth and lips). Non-absorbable permanent fillers are only approved for nasolabial folds, cheeks and acne scars.

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What is Dermal Filler?

Dermal fillers are gel-like substances injected into the skin to restore lost volume, smooth lines and smooth wrinkles and improve facial contours. Restylane is a soft tissue filler that gives volume to the skin through tiny injections to smooth out smile lines, especially in the mouth and eye area. Fillers help replace lost protein in the skin by filling most of the underlying tissue, as its name suggests.

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