Boletero®

dermal fillers

The Belotero® range offers an extended range of hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers for smoothing and filling wrinkles, lip augmentation, restoring facial volumes, and rehydrating skin.

The Belotero® range of hyaluronic acid fillers works to create a subtle result that respects the existing contours of your face. Belotero® filler naturally fills the fine lines and wrinkles that appear with age, restoring volume by filling wrinkles and lines with hyaluronic acid.

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The human body naturally creates hyaluronic acid, which functions to retain water and keep your skin plump and moisturised. This is why Belotero® filler works so well with the skin, as the hyaluronic acid works in conjunction with the body’s natural reserves to smooth the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers from Belotero® are a straightforward and painless way to naturally look younger.

Here at Coppergate Clinic, we have access to the full Belotero® filler range to deliver you with a tailored treatment experience. Our aesthetic professionals will help you to choose the correct Belotero® filler to target your problem areas, including areas across the cheeks, nose, chin, and mouth.

Coppergate Clinic are proud to use the complete range of Belotero® fillers within the following procedures:

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