Restore, enhance and define your features with Juvéderm® Dermal Fillers. Dermal Fillers are used to plump up lines and wrinkles around the face for a more youthful or healthy appearance. When treated the patient gets an immediate natural result and smoother, plumper skin.
What areas can be treated with Dermal Fillers?
Lips, cheeks, naso labial folds, frown lines, marionette lines and more.
How do Dermal Fillers work?
Young skin is constantly moisturised from within by hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring sugar. Hyaluronic acid absorbs moisture and keeps your skin well hydrated for a youthful look.
As we age, our skin loses hyaluronic acid and fine lines start to appear on the face. Some lines become wrinkles due to outside factors like sun exposure, diet and years of facial muscle movement. Fat loss can create sagging and turn lines into folds, too
Juvéderm® is a hyaluronic acid facial filler which is smooth and long lasting. During the treatment your nurse will inject the gel under your skin using a fine needle. The gel will then fill facial lines and wrinkles or add subtle volume.
The latest innovation is Juvéderm® VOLIFT® with lidocaine, which delivers a natural look and feel and is excellent for smoothing nasolabial folds. Juvéderm® VOLIFT® with lidocaine has an estimated duration of 15 months.
We can offer an anaesthetic cream when injecting to make the treatment comfortable for the patient. There are various fillers that we offer at Skin Health Spa, all natural products that do not require a skin test and is suitable for most patients.
How many Dermal Filler treatments will I need?
The amount of filler we inject depends on the patient and your expectations will be discussed at your initial consultation. You may need more than treatment to get the results you want.
How long will the Dermal Filler effect last for?
The effects of a dermal filler can last between 6 months and 2 years depending on the type of product we use. Your clinic will be able to advise which would be the best treatment to use for your particular circumstances.
Are your injectors qualified?
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