Dermal Fillers

Filler Injections

cosmetic injections

Fillers, or dermal fillers, are a kind of hyaluronic acid, which is a substance found naturally in the body. These fillers can be injected into the skin in order to plump it up and reduce the visibility of wrinkles, resulting in a younger, healthier look.

How do fillers work?

In general, dermal fillers work to plump up the skin. They do this by replenishing the levels of hyaluronic acid in the dermis layer of the skin. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring substance which is found in the dermis.  Our collagen stocks diminish as we age, and this is why wrinkles, folds and creases begin to emerge. By plumping the skin and supplying collagen, dermal fillers can effectively reduce the visibility of wrinkles.

Who are fillers for?

While dermal fillers are most commonly used to plump up and reshape women’s lips, they have many uses in cosmetic surgery. Men and women frequently turn to dermal fillers to reduce the visibility of wrinkles and other signs of ageing, and even younger patients may seek out out the treatment for stress lines and acne scars.

How much will fillers cost?

The price of dermal fillers varies, as different kinds of fillers are used for different purposes. However, our prices start from just £325 for a single treatment.

Fillers FAQ

Are dermal fillers safe?

Dermal fillers have been used in millions of treatments across the world for over a decade, and have been thoroughly tried and tested.

Which areas can be treated using dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers can be used to treat facial lines, lips, facial contours and the skin itself. The most common filler procedures involve the lips, the lines that run between the nose and the mouth, and the space between the eyebrows.

What does treatment feel like?

Many injectable fillers actually include a local anaesthetic to make treatment comfortable and pain-free. All our treatments are made as comfortable as possible according to the treatment and the individual’s personal requirements. Ice is used as a topical anaesthetic. If necessary, a dental block anaesthetic may also be used. Pain killers are also available on request.

Are there any risks?

Every medical procedure has risks, no matter how small. However, dermal fillers are very safe; any side-effects that become manifest are likely to cause minimal discomfort. These may include swelling, redness, pain, bruising, tenderness and itching.

Before & After Fillers Photos

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