Fills out lines and depressions for a younger, smoother face.
A safe, simple and popular procedure that smoothes out wrinkles, folds and scars for a younger, more plumped complexion. If your face has lost its firmness and fullness this treatment may be the perfect solution.
I had deep lines from my nose to the edges of my mouth. I couldn’t believe the difference and it was immediate! Expectations exceeded and then some! I was a little nervous but Allison certainly knows what she’s doing and she’s so gentle and reassuring.
This is a safe and simple procedure using a natural gel to smooth out wrinkles, folds or scars to give your face a younger, refreshed more plumped appearance. If the skin on your face has lost its firmness and fullness, a facial filler treatment may be the perfect solution.
Dermal filler is a naturally-occurring hyaluronic acid gel that is injected into the face to smooth wrinkles and folds (especially around the nose and mouth). It is also used to plump out scars or dents in the face and to define and enhance lips, reshape the nose, or define and plump out cheeks.
There is a wide range of excellent fillers available. These include specialist products for each area of the face from Juvederm, Restylane and Teosyal. What type of filler can be used will be discussed during your consultation.
You can arrange a free, no-obligation consultation with our Clinical Aesthetics Consultant, Allison Roberts who will discuss the results you would like to achieve and explain your options.
Dermal Filler treatments vary from a frown line filler to a full eight point lift. There are many other treatments and combinations than those listed here. Please call to arrange a free consultation with Allison.
|Jaw line definition||£300|
|Eight point lift||£800|
“A very professional service. The consultant asked me what results I was looking for and it turned out exactly how I wanted. I’m very happy with the results. I’ve already recommended Roberts McCarron to my friends.”
“The free consultation was very helpful and informative and there was no pressure.
Allison was very gentle with the injections. I hardly felt a thing!
I’m very pleased with the results and will be back for more when the time comes.”
Frequently asked questions
How does it work?
Injectable filler gel adds volume to the skin, plumping it out and giving the appearance of a smoother surface. Filler smooths moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds.
This treatment is generally used on the lower face for lines around the nose and mouth and lines around the lips (often called ‘smoker’s lines’). It can also be used to improve the appearance of scars or dents on the face.
Dermal filler also works by volumising to define areas such as cheeks and jawlines.
What does the treatment involve?
Our Clinical Aesthetics Consultant will inject small quantities of filler under the skin.
We use only the highest quality fillers in all of our treatments.
How long will it take?
The treatment should take around 20 minutes and the effects are instant.
How long will the results last?
Results last for around 6-9 months for most treatments, 3-4 months for lips.
How many treatments will I need?
Most clients require only one treatment to achieve the desired results. You will be invited to return for a follow-up appointment should you feel you need it. At the follow-up your results can be checked and any necessary top-up treatment carried out. This follow-up and top-up are all included in the cost of the treatment.
Are dermal fillers safe?
Yes, as long as they are administered by a qualified medical professional. The hyaluronic gel is completely natural and, over time, the filler will slowly and harmlessly dissolve.
What are the possible side effects?
The most common side effect is a small amount of redness and/or swelling. This quickly subsides.
Any other possible side effects will be discussed during your consultation with Allison.
Cautions / contraindications
You should not have fillers if you have severe allergies, are pregnant or breastfeeding.
For the first six hours try to avoid touching or rubbing the treated area and be gentle when washing. Also try to avoid extremely hot or cold temperatures.
Get in touch to make an appointment or to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation.
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