1ml Syringe £225
Take years off your looks with dermal fillers helping you to enhance your complexion and facial features with a quick and easy non-surgical treatment. Dermal fillers can iron out wrinkles, plump up your lips and lift your cheeks.
As we get older, the collagen in our skin decreases leaving our skin with less elasticity. Dermal Fillers includes a mix of natural ingredients such Hyaluronic Acid and collagen which helps to restore a smoother appearance.
1ml Syringe £225
The treatment process only lasts approximately 20 minutes. First, a local anesthetic is given before applying tiny injections of the dermal filler into the desired facial areas. The patient may experience some redness on the skin after treatment but this will fade quickly.
The procedure is safe and generates immediate results lasting for approximately nine months. Patients can always return to the dental surgery for a top up if they wish to keep their new look. If you would like to know more about dermal fillers and our facial rejuvenation treatments, please contact our dentists by filling in the form on this page or contact the surgery here.
Facial fillers (also known as dermal fillers) use 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.
Injectable filler gel adds volume to the skin, Publishing it out and giving the appearance of a smoother surface. Filler smoothes 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.
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 dissolve, causing no harm to you.
Most side effects are mild and temporary e.g. redness, pain, swelling.