Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers can help make skin look plumper, tighter and more youthful by filling in deep lines and wrinkles. They are a safe, non-surgical way to reverse visible signs of ageing. 

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As we age, collagen breaks down and the skin on your face can start to become flat and saggy. Fillers work by replacing the collagen lost through ageing. The treatment not only helps to smooth out lines, but can also be used to sculpt and enhance your existing facial features.

From the minute you pick up the phone to make an appointment, to the moment you leave the practice, our friendly, experienced team will be here for you.

How can dermal fillers be used?

  • Smoothing out smile lines around the mouth and nose
  • Adding volume to cheeks that look flat and droopy
  • Plumping up lips and creating a more defined outline
  • Contouring cheeks and cheekbones to create a more defined, youthful look
  • Creating a slimmer jawline
  • Minimising the appearance of hollows under the eyes, lessening the appearance of dark circles
  • Filling acne scars
  • Improving the symmetry of facial features

Talk to us to see what type of dermal fillers will be right for you.


Who are dermal fillers suitable for?
Fillers are used most frequently by people over 35 who want to reduce the signs of ageing. However, they are becoming increasingly popular with adults of all ages to help create a fuller lip. Dermal fillers can even be used as an alternative to surgical rhinoplasty to treat minor nose bumps and deformities.
What are dermal fillers made of?
They are made from a gel-like substance that closely resembles hyaluronic acid naturally produced by the body, meaning that reactions are incredibly rare.
How safe are dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are very safe, however we don’t advise the procedure for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. People with acne may also need to seek treatment before having fillers, to avoid any risk of infection.
Does the treatment hurt?
There can be a small amount of pain during the treatment, such as stinging or burning. This can also vary depending on the type of treatment you have, as deeper lines will require fillers to be injected at a deeper level. However, numbing cream can be used to minimise any discomfort.
How long does the treatment take?
This depends on what type of treatment you have, but on average, dermal fillers take around half an hour.
How long do dermal fillers last?
Depending on the treatment and the areas that have been targeted, dermal fillers can last between six and 12 months.

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