Dermal Fillers work by replacing lost volume in the treated area, ie. they ‘lift’ lines and wrinkles and can also be used to plump lips.The effects are instantly visible. Modern fillers are mostly made from completely synthetic materials which do not cause lumps, bumps or side effects caused by older dermal fillers.
Modern fillers contain a local anesthetic (Lidocaine), thus making treatment far less painful. A local anesthetic cream can also be applied prior to injection.
The majority are made from Hyaluronic acid, which is a substance which also occurs naturally in the body. It lasts up to a year and is eventually broken down naturally by the body. Patients will not wake up one morning and find that it has suddenly worn off; rather the product is gradually reabsorbed. It is also believed that, over time, the product gradually stimulates new, naturally occurring Hyaluronic acid in the body.
Many patients state that, having had dermal fillers for several years, their wrinkles have never returned to the depth they were prior to their first treatment.
What are dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are used to fill in or plump out lines and wrinkles caused by the aging process. These lines can be caused by environmental damage, poor lifestyle choices and sun damage, or simply as a result of the way we use our facial muscles.
How does it work?
We use Hydra Fill products from both Allergan Aesthestics and Restylane products from QMed. This treatment involves the injection of hyaluronic acid (a substance that occurs naturally in healthy skin), directly into the wrinkle contour.
What range of fillers are used?
BEAUTY ON THE SPOT stock all the latest advanced filler range. The best filler that would suit your skin problem would be used from the range below:
- Restylane: Great results for deeper fold and creases.
- Evolence: New, long lasting collagen based filler.
- Juvéderm ULTRA: Now with local anesthetic incorporated into the filler for a more comfortable experience – great for lips.
- Hydrafill: Soft and natural, ideal for first time dermal fillers.
- Belotero: This is a non-animal Hyaluronic Acid gel (NaHA) created by Anteis.
You will get a free comprehensive consultation where on of our nurses will advise you on the filler most suited to you.
What results are expected?
You will see immediate results – smoother, softer, more youthful skin – and in many cases the line is literally ‘erased’. A local anesthetic is used to numb the area, and some redness may be experienced for a brief period following the treatment. Results will last for about 12 months, with repeat treatments offering longer lasting results.
How long does the treatment take?
An initial consultation may take up to 30 minutes, then 15-30 minutes for the treatment itself, depending on the area to be treated.
How much does the treatment cost?
The price for Dermal Fillers vary depending on the treatment area you require fillers on. Prices start from £150 depending on how many areas you treat.