Dermal Fillers

From £250

From £250

per 1ml syringe



Approx. 6-8 months. Results vary on each individual due to several factors including lifestyle and metabolism.

Procedure Time

Procedure Time

Approx. 30 mins

Number of Treatments

Number of Treatments

Dependent on individual requirements.

The main areas that can be treated are:

  • Nasolabial Folds (smile lines)
  • Lip Enhancement
  • Vertical Lip Lines (smokers lines)
  • Marionette Lines
  • Tear Troughs (eye bags)

It can also be used to treat:

  • Cheek Enhancement
  • Chin Correction
  • Nose Correction
  • Jaw Line Correction

Dermal fillers are made of hyaluronic acid, a gel that is naturally produced by our bodies. Hyaluronic acid is a moisture-binding ingredient responsible for keeping our skin looking plump and hydrated. As we age, we produce less of it, leading to a loss in volume and definition. Dermal fillers are injected into these areas and can be used to smooth out wrinkles.

Treatment will only commence after an initial consultation which will include a full medical history and detailed information on dermal fillers.


  1. Is dermal filler treatment painful?

    You will have a 4% lidocaine cream applied prior to the treatment to numb the area. In addition, the dermal fillers used contain a local anaesthetic to minimise discomfort. You may feel a light sting on your skin during the treatment.

  2. What is the downtime of the treatment?

    Some people experience mild swelling and bruising after the treatment. This should wear off within two weeks. Immediately after the treatment you may also have redness around the area, which will resolve within a few hours.

  3. What are the side effects associated with dermal filler treatment?

    The possible side effects include, but are not limited to:





    Lumps (massaging can smooth these out, however if persistent the filler can be dissolved.

    Rare side effects include:

    An allergic reaction


    Vascular necrosis (when dermal filler is injected into a blood vessel, blocking blood supply to the tissue. However, this is an extremely rare side effect).

    Blindness (as a result of vascular necrosis, the blood supply to the eye becomes blocked. Again, this is an extremely rare complication).

  4. How soon will I see any result and how long does it last?

    You will notice results immediately after the treatment, however you may notice swelling. This should take approximately two weeks to settle down. The results can last 8-18 months, depending on the type of filler used, age, lifestyle, individual requirements and severity of the area being treated.

  5. Who should not have dermal fillers?

    This treatment is not suitable for those who have:

    An active infection at the injection site

    Known allergy/hypersensitivity to the filler or lidocaine.

    Pregnant or breastfeeding

    Uncontrolled metabolic and autoimmune disorders

    Cutaneous or systemic sarcoid 


  6. What are the aftercare do's and don'ts?

    Post treatment dos:

    Use arnica tablets for bruising.

    Use sun protection.

    Lumps (if any) can be massaged but should settle within 1-2 weeks.

    For 24 hours post treatment avoid:



    Exercise, saunas, facials or any other activity that cause overheating to the face.

    Excessively touching the area to reduce the risk of infection.

    Ibuprofen or aspirin. Take paracetamol if necessary.

    Flying for at least 48 hours to avoid migration of the filler and a possible increase in swelling.

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