Dermal fillers in Aylesbury – what other uses are there?
We offer dermal fillers on areas such as the neck and chest, where sun damage is common, to help improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and loss of elasticity/hydration. Our team will discuss your medical history with you at your initial consultation and we will inform you if we feel that this type of treatment could be useful for helping you with other conditions.
It is also common for our dermal fillers to be given alongside other anti-ageing treatments such as the anti-wrinkle injections. This is used to freeze the muscles and add the required volume, which helps to give the face a much more sculptured look. If you are interested in more than one treatment ask our team if it will be suitable for you.
The type of facial fillers used will depend upon the area it is being used on. The skin varies in thickness in different parts of the body and this will affect the choice of product that is used. Your registered prescribing nurse will explain exactly which product is being used for your dermal fillers treatment and why this is the best one for you.
Our fillers can be injected into the wrinkles which run from the nose to the mouth, from the mouth down to the chin, under the eye, in the tear troughs and along the upper lip. They can be used to disguise smile lines and you can also use them to enhance volume in the cheek area and the lips.
Dermal fillers in Aylesbury – what is the process?
Understanding the process of dermal fillers is important for those who are having the treatment. A lack of understanding facial fillers can lead some to be a little scared of the treatment. Our facial fillers uses a natural substance known as Hyaluronic acid which is something that occurs naturally in the skin and has a plumping effect. As the body ages, it produces less of this substance which is why the skin loses its elasticity. However, with the use of dermal fillers you can replace this substance to help keep the skin looking smoother and younger for much longer. When injecting them along fine lines or wrinkles, the skin should be instantly plumper and it can leave you looking younger than your years.
However, dermal fillers effects are temporary. When having dermal fillers, our team of experts will advise that you may need to have them redone after a few months. For most people the effects of the treatment will last for around 6 months but for others it can be up to 18 months. Over time you may notice that the treatment lasts longer than when you first had it done – this is because it has a cumulative effect and the muscles are ‘retrained’.
While there is some discomfort involved with facial fillers this is not a painful procedure. Our team will ensure that you are comfortable at all times and we offer the right advice for you to recover well following the procedure. Healing is very quick and our team is on hand to support and advise you following your dermal fillers procedure.
*Results will vary from person to person and a thorough in-depth consultation will first take place.