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Wrinkles and lines on the face and around the lips and eyes are a natural part of ageing that can be reduced by the use of facial fillers such as Dermal Fillers or Anti-Wrinkle Injections. Dermal fillers are injections used to fill out wrinkles and creases in the skin. They are particularly effective lip fillers and are a very popular option for individuals looking to increase the volume and definition of the lips.
Is this right for me?
This is a commonly performed and safe treatment which has an effect that lasts for almost a year. Maybe you want to look your best for a special occasion. It may well be a good treatment if you are troubled by lines around the lips or by deep creases between lips and cheeks. Many women of all ages would like to have a fuller lips and this can be achieved conveniently with little or no down-time after your visit to the clinic. Lines in other areas can also be treated and minor changes to the profile of the nose can also be made with fillers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any side effects to dermal fillers?
Can anybody have dermal fillers?
Can dermal fillers be reversed?
Can I wear makeup with dermal fillers?
Dermal Fillers for the Face
Wrinkles, creases and lines in these areas can be treated by filling the skin with a specially formulated gel ‘filler’. This is injected into or under the dermis (the deepest layer of the skin), pushing up and flattening the crease or wrinkle.
Dermal Filler Lip Injections
Voluminous lips are more sought after than ever before. Non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as lip filler injections have proved an effective way to provide a more puckered look. Although some lip fillers are permanent or very long lasting, most patients and practitioners prefer temporary lip enhancement through dermal lip injections which are effective for nearly a year.
How do Dermal Filler Injections work?
There is a very wide range of products currently available and the most usual component in modern wrinkle fillers is hyaluronic acid. This substance is found naturally in almost all body tissues. When injected as a filler, it is immediately effective in correcting creases and is slowly absorbed over 6-12 months. Earlier generations of fillers used collagen which was purified from animal tissue and these caused allergic reactions in some patients. Allergic reaction is a rare complication with the modern generation of hyaluronic acid fillers.
Dermal Fillers at Bella Vou
Your specialist will assess your case and help you to choose the most suitable type of dermal filler. Prior to injection, local anaesthetic paste is usually applied for approximately 45 minutes and cooling packs are also helpful to minimise discomfort and bruising from the injections. Once the filler has been injected your specialist will massage the injected area briefly to ensure that the filler is spread evenly and this completes the treatment.
You can return to normal activities although you should avoid very strenuous activity for 2 days and avoid pressure, massaging or interference with the treated area for 5 days; this includes sleeping or resting on the treated area so you should try to sleep lying on your back.
How much do Dermal Fillers cost?
At Bella Vou we provide various payment options meaning you can spread the cost of your Dermal Filler injections and enjoy a confident, younger looking you at a price you can afford.
Filler Injections Pricing
At Bella Vou we provide various payment options meaning you can spread the cost and enjoy a confident, younger looking you at a price you can afford.
Prices start from £400.
Your Complimentary Consultation
Your consultation with our specialist, Dr Rohit Seth, will be, unlike most clinics, uniquely complimentary.
Each 30 minute private consultation with one of our pioneering surgeons will leave you fully informed about your procedure or treatment and what results you can expect, along with understanding your expected recovery time and any possible complications.
Your surgeon will review your full medical history and carry out an examination to evaluate your suitability for the procedure, as well as help you set realistic expectations of the likely outcome.
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