Dermal Fillers By Trusted & Experienced Adelaide Clinic Specialists
Cosmetic Injections with Dermal Fillers
Are you seeing the first signs of the ageing process, leaving you looking tired and no longer fresh?
With ageing our ability to produce collagen and elastin is greatly decreased. With the introduction of dermal fillers we can help to re-volumise and hydrate the facial areas most affected by this volume loss.
Dermal fillers are made from hyaluronic gel, a natural sugar already present in our body. Treatments are a non-surgical procedure that can restore the fullness and volume in numerous facial areas. Giving the skin a much needed hydration boost is also an added benefit.
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Skin – Dermal Fillers
Dermal Fillers are most commonly used in the lips, jowls, marionette lines (to correct the sad look), cheeks, chin, naso-labial folds (the fold from the nose to the corners of the mouth, and in permanent frown lines.
Dermal fillers enhance appearance and decrease the effects of ageing on the face. Lines and wrinkles anywhere on the face can be filled with cosmetic fillers to give a smoother more youthful appearance. Lip filler injections can be used to increase pout (plumping) and to decrease the problem of lipstick bleeding (‘smokers lines’).
Filler injections are used to fill or replace the lost volume. Unlike anti-wrinkle injections, they do not affect facial muscle contraction. Generally, cosmetic fillers are used in the treatment of wrinkles, lines and folds that appear at rest, rather than those that appear during facial expression. Dermal fillers can also be used to enhance, define or enlarge lips and to shape the face by injection into cheeks, chins and noses.
What are the Side Effects?
There may be some slight redness at the site of injection following your treatment. Redness generally disappears after 24 hours. In some cases, there is temporary swelling and or bruising. Other less likely possible side effects include and allergic reaction, itching and lumpiness.