This treatment smooths wrinkles and revitalises the skin, enhancing lips or facial contours. Restylane and Juvederm work quickly for instantaneous results and minimal downtime.
A clear gel substance made of a biodegradable hyaluronic acid is injected directly beneath the surface of the skin, adding natural volume and lift. Your skin sees long lasting results, with lines and folds appearing less prominent. A non-invasive procedure, soft tissue fillers carry minimal risk and yield instant results.
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Lip filler provides a fuller form and enhances lip shape and contour. Juvéderm and Restylane Lip are generally made from hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring sugar molecule which reabsorbs slowly and harmlessly over a period of months.
Lip augmentation can redefining the Cupids Bow and philtrum ridge, enhance a diminished lip line or fill in vertical lines caused by smoking or ageing. It can also be used, at any age, to enhance small and thin lips or create an aesthetic of your choosing. Hyaluronic acid affords more aesthetic control than other commonly used fillers, making his treatment a safe and reliable procedure that can dramatically enhance your appearance with subtle and natural looking augmentation. Fillers usually last around 6 months.
Tear trough filler is an injectable treatment that delivers a brighter, younger looking eye. The tear trough lies between the lower eyelid and the cheek, an area subject to drooping and ‘hollowing’ as collagen production slows.
A minimally invasive procedure, hyaluronic acid gel filler is used to restore lost volume beneath the eye, minimise dark circles and hollows – and to provide a long-term source of skin hydration. Results last from 6 to 18 months.
A common age-associated aesthetic complaint is deepening nasolabial folds, otherwise known as laugh or smile lines. These folds run from the corners of the nose to the corners of the mouth, separating the cheeks from the upper lip area.
Age, smoking, sun damage and other environmental factors can all contribute to deepening folds as collagen breaks down and skin slackens. Dermal filler can create a support structure to ‘smooth out’ and reduce the appearance of deep lines.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty, otherwise known as the Liquid or 15 Minute Nose Job, is quicker and much less invasive than traditional rhinoplasty. With no anaesthetic required and minimal if any downtime it is an increasingly popular alternative.
Issues that can be addressed include asymmetry, a bent or ‘S’ shaped nose, a flat nose and bridge bumps. Nose filler particularly good for nose tip detailing and symmetry. While the nose cannot be reduced in size, it can be reshaped – depressions can be filled, bumps disguised and a sharper more symmetrical shape can be created.
Jawline filler can help reshape the chin and strengthen a weak jowl area. High-density filler is used to create a sharp and dramatic jawline with a well defined mandibular angle.
Hyaluronic acid based volumising filler is injected and manipulated to create the desired effect. Jawline treatment typically lasts between six and twelve months, with top-up procedures prolonging the enhancement as the filler is harmlessly absorbed by the body.
Hands are one of the first areas to display signs of ageing. Hand rejuvenation techniques are increasingly used to plump and soften the skin as well as minimise the appearance of ridges and veins.
Skin on the backs of the hands can thin drastically with age and sun- exposure. Restylane distributes slow-release hyaluronic acid deep into the dermis – to hydrate and strengthen – while adding volume to create a smoother, more youthful-looking contour.
While all filler treatments plump and smooth, cheek filler can transform the very contours of the face. Maximum effect is achieved by enhancing the cheekbones, the key structural element in facial aesthetics.
Cheek enhancement is gaining in popularity and increasingly known as the ‘liquid facelift’ or ‘contouring in a syringe. It’s also an excellent method of hydrating and smoothing upper facial skin.
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Profhilo is part of a new generation of powerful anti-ageing injectables. Skin that has lost elasticity can benefit from this series of 100% hyaluronic acid gel injections.
Profhilo can be used on the face, neck, décolleté and chest, arms, backs of hands and beyond. Described as ‘skin bio-remodelling’ and a ‘non- surgical face lift’ – Profhilo offers improved elasticity and a natural, youthful effect which is non-toxic, hydrating and impossible to detect.
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10 Things to Know Before Getting a Nose Filler: An Informative Guide for Beginners
Nose fillers are a popular cosmetic treatment that can improve the appearance of the nose without the need for surgery. If you’re considering getting a nose filler, there are some important things you should know before booking your appointment. In this article, we’ll explore 10 things to know before getting a nose filler to help you make an informed decision.
Research your options
Before booking your nose filler appointment, do your research and find a reputable aesthetic clinic or practitioner.
Nose fillers are not permanent
Nose fillers typically last for 6-12 months, depending on the type of filler used and individual factors. If you’re looking for a permanent solution, surgery may be a better option.
Nose fillers can’t fix all nose issues
While nose fillers can correct asymmetry, smooth out bumps, and improve the overall shape of the nose, they can’t fix all issues. If you have a severe structural issue or a medical condition, surgery may be necessary.
There may be some discomfort
Nose fillers involve injections, which can cause some discomfort or pain. However, most practitioners use numbing cream or a local anesthetic to minimize discomfort.
There may be some downtime
After getting a nose filler, there may be some bruising, swelling, or redness around the injection site. You may need to avoid certain activities or apply ice packs to minimize these symptoms.
Follow aftercare instructions
To ensure the best results, follow your practitioner’s aftercare instructions carefully. This may include avoiding certain skincare products, avoiding excessive sun exposure, and avoiding strenuous exercise for a few days.
Results may vary
The results of nose fillers can vary from person to person, depending on individual factors such as skin type, age, and lifestyle. While most people see a noticeable improvement in their nose’s appearance, some may see more significant changes than others.
Allergic reactions are possible
While rare, some people may experience an allergic reaction to nose fillers. It’s important to discuss any allergies or medical conditions with your practitioner before getting a nose filler.
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Injecting a large volume of dermal fillers, such as 10ml, into the face in a single sitting for aesthetic purposes is a practice that should be approached with caution and performed by a qualified and experienced medical professional. While it is not uncommon for individuals to receive multiple syringes of filler during a single treatment session, there are several considerations and potential concerns to keep in mind:
Risk of Overfilling:
Injecting a significant volume of filler in one session can lead to overfilling, which can result in an unnatural or disproportionate appearance. It’s essential for the injector to have a keen sense of aesthetics and to maintain a balanced and harmonious outcome.
Safety and Complications:
The more filler that is injected, the higher the risk of complications. This can include bruising, swelling, lumpiness, asymmetry, and, in rare cases, vascular occlusion, where filler obstructs blood vessels, potentially causing skin damage.
Duration of Results:
The longevity of filler results can vary depending on factors like the type of filler used and individual metabolism. Some fillers may last longer than others, but in general, the effects of a single treatment session will eventually diminish, requiring maintenance treatments.
Over time, the skin and tissues may become less responsive to filler, requiring more product to achieve the same results. This phenomenon is known as tissue tolerance or filler fatigue.
Large volumes of filler can be expensive, so it’s essential for individuals to consider the cost implications of extensive treatments.
Many practitioners prefer a gradual approach to dermal filler treatments. They may recommend starting with a smaller volume and assessing the results before adding more filler in subsequent sessions. This approach allows for adjustments as needed.
While there isn’t a definitive answer regarding the long-term effects of extensive filler use, it’s essential to consider the cumulative impact of multiple treatments over many years. Some experts suggest that maintaining a more natural appearance through conservative filler use may lead to better long-term outcomes.
Ultimately, the decision to undergo dermal filler treatments and the volume of filler injected should be discussed thoroughly with a qualified and experienced medical practitioner. They can assess your individual needs, provide recommendations, and develop a treatment plan that aligns with your aesthetic goals while prioritizing safety and natural-looking results. Regular follow-up appointments are also essential to monitor the effects and make any necessary adjustments.