Dermal Fillers - Renew Medical Aesthetics
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Dermal Fillers

At Renew Medical Aesthetics we use Juvederm, Restylane, Teosyal & Emervel injections to give good results, the effects of which generally last for several months.
Volumising, smoothing & hydrating

Dermal Fillers are very effective in both men and women in helping to fill out lines around the lips, the lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth (nasolabial lines), smile lines on the cheeks, as well as crow’s feet and forehead wrinkles. Thicker fillers can also be used to add volume to sunken cheeks and weak chins, reshape the tip of the nose, as well as filling out deeper acne or other scars. In addition, fillers can be used to help reduce the appearance of veins and bones in aged hands with thin skin.

What are dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are made of various kinds of natural and man-made or synthetic materials that have been developed over the years for injection into the skin, such a hyaluronic acid.

They help to restore our skin and facial contours to their former youthful appearance, as the material is injected into areas where it needs to be plumped up again and made to look firmer, both in terms of filling out wrinkles or revolumising the face as well as addressing ageing hands. Dermal fillers have many applications so it’s important to learn about what they can treat.

Is treatment uncomfortable?

Treatment with dermal fillers and the levels of pain experienced will depend on the area being injected, the product being used (some contain a local anaesthetic) and any topical numbing creams which are used during the procedure. The treatment should be relatively painless or mildly uncomfortable with the nose and lip areas being the most sensitive.

Are there any side effects?

Common side effects from dermal filler treatments include bruising, swelling, redness, tenderness and slight bleeding at the injection sites, which will disappear either almost immediately or over a 24 – 48 hour period. Rarely some allergic reactions can occur with dermal filler products.

There are some medical conditions, illnesses and circumstances which mean that having dermal filler treatment would not be advised; these are referred to by medical practitioners as contra-indications for dermal filler treatment.

How do they work?

As the skin ages, it gradually loses some of its collagen and fat. These are the materials that prevent the skin from becoming saggy. Thus, as we age, our skin can become thinner and more wrinkled and lined.

Dermal fillers help to restore our skin to its former youthful appearance. Material is injected into the skin in areas where it needs to be plumped up again and made to look firmer.

Fillers come in different thicknesses, and in general, the thicker the product, the deeper it is injected into the dermis to plump out fine to deep lines and wrinkles.

Usually, if you need to have fillers in the upper part of your face for movement lines associated with expression i.e., crow’s feet, forehead and general wrinkle lines, it is usually recommended that the fillers are used alongside injections of botulinum toxin (or Botox®).

Prices

Juvederm, Restylane, Teosyal & Emervel, from £210

Advanced specialist dermal filler techniques:

Lip enhancement, £210-£360
Cheek enhancement, from £450
Chin enhancement, from £350
Nose reshaping, from £450
Tear trough rejuvenation, from £400

Mesotherapy fillers, hydration and volumising of hands, neck and décolletage:

Hand rejuvenation (course of 3), from £550
Face rejuvenation (course of 3), from £650
Decolletage (course of 3), from £650

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Category
Facial contours, Lines & wrinkles, Sagging skin, Thin lips