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‘Fillers’ are made from hyaluronic acid (HA), which is found naturally in the skin. They can be used to enhance the shape of your facial contours and smooth the texture of your skin within minutes, thanks to its ability to store moisture.


HA fillers can restore lost volume for a plump, hydrated look or can be used to add more volume, enhancing areas such as the jawline, chin, lips, or cheeks.

Procedure time
15 mins
No. of treatments
1-2 treatments
Topical anaesthetic
Some swelling
Pain level
24 hrs
Areas of treatment
Face & body

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What are dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are substances/gels injected beneath the skin’s surface to smooth wrinkles and add volume and contour. The products are composed of stabilised hyaluronic acid (HA) which occurs naturally in the cells of the skin. It works by drawing in water and therefore augmenting the skin,  it is not permanent and is totally biodegradable.

What areas can dermal fillers be used for?

The face loses volume and contour when we age, the bones and the soft tissue dissolve and contribute to the appearance of sagging. Dermal fillers may be used to replace this volume loss and restore the structural support, giving the patient a more youthful appearance. The aim is to make the face more harmonious and rejuvenated.

Are dermal fillers safe?

Yes. We use only products with a proven safety record. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a substance that occurs naturally in the cells of the skin.

Are there any side effects?

Today’s dermal fillers have come a long way since the first-generation of collagen injections. Advanced injection techniques and improved product safety means that significant side effects are extremely uncommon but may include: redness, bruising at the injection site immediately after the treatment and as with any injectable procedure there is a risk of infection.

What if it looks lumpy?

Contour irregularities can and do occasionally occur. Massaging can usually smooth out any ‘lumpiness’ however if persistent the filler can be easily and rapidly dissolved.

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