What are Dermal Fillers?

Fight inevitable signs of ageing and look younger with our wrinkle removing dermal filler and collagen stimulating injections!

Dermal Fillers can rejuvenate the face by lifting facial wrinkles and smoothing out deep folds that appear on the face.

There are three different types of facial injectibles: Neuromuscular Toxins, Dermal Fillers, and Collagen Stimulators (Sculptra®)

We use facial injectables to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles and restore facial contours. Depending on your needs, the substance (filler or collagen stimulator) used during your treatment will be administered by injection.

Popular treatment areas include the lower face; around the mouth and the creases from the nose to mouth.

We use both Juvederm® and Sculptra® for treating mild, moderate and deep facial wrinkles, folds and creases.

Sculptra Aesthetic fillers are made from poly-L-lactic acid, unlike Juvederm which is made from hyaluronic acid.

Sculptra is a face rejuvination treatment thats designed to stimulate collagen and deep tissue regeneration in the face to help restore a younger, natural-looking appearance.

Both can be used to correct scarring.

Other Cosmetic Procedures

Although the HA fillers we use are considered safe, we will not use them to treat the same area, or during the same session as a Sculptra treatment.

If you would like both dermal filler and Sculptra treatments please discuss this during your consultation.

Free Consultations!

01708 225555
or 01708 222224
or SMS 07999 442318

Treatment Costs

0.5ml – Now £185
1.0ml – Now £295

Booking Dates

Wednesday 29th November
Thursday 30th November
Friday 1st December
Saturday 2nd December
Sunday 3rd December

Thursday 14th December
Friday 15th December
Sunday 17th December

Juvederm is an approved (in 2006) substance for the treatment of mild and moderate facial wrinkles and creases.

It’s the most popular injectable filler for the face and is commonly used to smooth out face wrinkles, plump lips, and treat acne scars.

Juvederm is smooth flowing and contains lidocaine to help reduce any discomfort during the treatment. The effects are immediately apparent.

Results
Depending on the formulation of Juvederm used during your treatment (including Ultra and Ultra Plus) and the area treated, results of this hyaluronic acid (HA) filler can last 8-12 months

Please note: The duration of effects can depend on age, the volume of filler injected, where it is placed, the quality of skin and your general health and lifestyle.

Dermal fillers (Juvederm and Restylane) and Collagen Stimulators (Sculptra) can be used to treat wrinkles in various areas of the face, these include:

  • Upper face; temples and the eye area (crows feet).
  • Middle part of the face: nasolabial folds(deep lines between the nose and mouth), tear trough, cheeks (cheek augmentation), submalar volumising.
  • Lower part of the face; marionette lines, pre-jowls sulcus.

Sculptra is not used for glabella, front headline correction or lips, but our dermal fillers are suitable.

The treatment options that are right for you will be discussed pre-treatment during your free consultation.

Facial ageing becomes apparent the older we get, not only does our skin change – becomes dryer, thinner, and less elastic due to loss of collagen – our bones, muscles, and fat distribution also change.

Muscle tone is lost and fat redistribution leads to changes in our face shape and contour, this leads to more prominent forehead lines, hollowing of the cheeks, thinning lips, and deeper folds and wrinkles around the lower face, known as Nasolabial folds, Marionette lines, and vertical mouth wrinkles.

A youthful look depends on the right amount of volume in the right places.

Hollow cheeks, deep folds and wrinkles around the mouth area can add years to your appearance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Debbie Mills is our senior nurse injecting anti-line and wrinkle treatments, dermal fillers, and lip fillers in Essex.

She has over 17 years experience as a nurse practitioner of aesthetic medicine and trainer of Doctors and Nurses in aesthetic medicine.

Clients feel warmth and confident with Debbie’s professional manner, and always comment on how pleased they are with their natural-looking results. She takes her time to advise her clients, and assesses every treatment individually to ensure the results are suited to your own facial structure, enhancing your best features.

Debbie is popular in the UK media as a high profile practitioner, with appearances in TV documentaries, radio programmes, as well as featuring in press interviews. She is highly regarded, and has a wide number of clients including celebrities.

The procedure involves injecting the HA filler or stimulator into the chosen or recommended treatment area using a fine needle and syringe.

The filler is injected easily and evenly under the surface of the skin – at shallow levels for fine lines and slightly deeper for more severe wrinkles and folds.

This treatment is non-invasive with minimal downtime. You can continue your normal daily activity straight after, however, you must avoid applying any makeup to the treated area to help prevent infection.

We also use HA dermal fillers in our lip filler treatment. The differences between the two treatments are the areas targeted. Lip injections focus on enhancing the lips and mouth area. Find out more here.

Marionette lines and nasolabial fold treated

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Top lip volume achieved with fillers to balance the lip

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Summary of Your Treatment

Procedure Time
30 Minutes estimated
Full Recovery
48 Hours estimated
Duration of Results
6 – 9 months
Back to Work
Depending on size of injection 6-24 hours
Sensitivity Period
24 Hours estimated
Risks and Complications
Asymmetry, bruises and swelling
Aneasthetic
Topical
Results
Immediately Visible

What our clients tell us..

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I would just like to say how lovely friendly the staff  all was to me.  I went in nervous within minutes I felt in safe hands! Very professional would recommend to all my friends. Thank you, very happy x

Nicola Kappes, 19/10/2017