Dermal fillers are a non-surgical treatment to rejuvenate the face by reducing fine lines and wrinkles. As we get older, we start to lose volume around certain areas of the face which can make us look tired and sunken. This is caused by the body’s decreased ability to produce collagen and elastin.
Unlike wrinkles which require muscle relaxants to soften them, facial volume and folds require a dermal filler to help re-volumise and hydrate the area.
Dermal fillers is highly effective at restoring the fullness and plumpness of the area they’re applied to, as well as stimulating the growth of collagen giving your skin a much needed hydration boost.
Dermal Fillers are used to treat many areas, they can fill in deep lines, creases and wrinkles while adding volume to thin or wrinkled lips.
Dermal Fillers are a non-surgical treatment that will add volume or plump up areas where wrinkles and folds have appeared due to ageing. Dermal fillers will help to smooth lines, enhance lips and restore cheeks to give you a more youthful and fresh faced look.
Do not use Dermal fillers if you are pregnant, breast feeding or bruise easily. If you’re unsure of your suitability our doctors will advice you further at the consultation.
At Thérapie Clinic we use the world’s most tried and tested HA dermal fillers available on the market. Its safety and effects are clinically proven and supported by extensive clinical data. Our dermal fillers have been used for over 15 years and in more than 15 million treatments world wide. Your doctor will give you more information during your consultation.
One of the great advantages of Dermal Fillers is that the effects are long lasting but not permanent. Duration depends on many factors, such as the individual’s skin type, lifestyle and age. After the initial treatment, follow-up sessions are normally recommended around every 6 to 12 months depending on the individual and the treatment. A treatment of the lips lasts about 6 months. Your doctor will give you more information during your consultation.
Your doctor will advise you fully of post-treatment advice at your consultation. After the treatment some common injection-related reactions might occur, such as swelling, redness, pain, itching, discoloration and tenderness at the injection site. These typically resolve spontaneously within 2 to 10 days. The use of anti-inflammatory drugs or aspirin will almost always cause bleeding or increased bruising at the injection site. No exercise except for walking for 24 hours after the procedure.