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Dermal Fillers

Beauty changes with time, as do our faces as we age – Over time our skin loses volume, which can create wrinkles in the skin.

With our range of dermal fillers, you can have a natural beauty lift with the body’s own material. All our injectable Dermal fillers are based on a natural substance, called hyaluronic acid which is a non-animal, clear, bio-degradable gel. The gel is injected into the skin in tiny amounts with a very fine needle. The result is instant and produces a long-lasting, natural enhancement which is gentle and safe to your skin. Our ranges come in a selection of formulations, so dependent on the degree of volume needed and the area of the face or body requiring treatment, our staff will assess each client prior to treatment and recommend the best product.

Price Starting from 1 ml £200

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Dermal fillers are injections used to fill out wrinkles and creases in the skin.

They can also be used to increase the volume and definition of the lips and cheeks.

The fillers are made from a variety of materials and the effects can be either temporary or permanent, depending on the type of filler:

  • collagen – effects last three to four months
  • hyaluronic acid – lasts about four to six months
  • calcium hydroxylapatite – lasts about 18 months
  • poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) – effects of injections given over several months may last up to two years
  • polymethylmethacrylate beads (PMMA) – permanent, but most risky

What it involves

You may be offered a local anaesthetic cream or injection. The practitioner injects the filler in a series of small injections and may massage the area. The treatment time can vary from 30 minutes to an hour. It may be uncomfortable, but should not be very painful.


The area may be a little swollen, tender and red for 24 hours. During that time you may be advised to avoid coffee, alcohol, hot drinks and the sun.

General risks of dermal fillers include:

  • rashes, swelling, itching and bruising
  • an infection
  • the filler moving away from the intended treatment areaover time
  • (in rare cases) the filler forming lumps under the skin– this may need to be treated with surgery or medication
  • (in rare cases) the filler blocking a blood vessel – this can lead to tissue death, permanent blindness or a pulmonary emboli

What to do if you have problems

If you’ve had fillers and are experiencing problems, please contact our practitioner immediately. If this is not possible and you feel it needs medical attention then, you can go to your GP or local accident and emergency (A&E) department.