Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are a popular form of injectable procedure that can be used to simply and effectively treat a range of moderate facial creases, lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers can also be used as a lip filler to restore lost volume and define the lips.

Facial filler and lip filler treatments are quick, minimally invasive and have very little downtime. The results are visible immediately after treatment and will generally last for around six months.

As well as the face, dermal fillers may also be to rejuvenate the décolleté and hands.

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FAQ

  • What are dermal fillers?

    Dermal fillers are a popular and effective treatment option for the reduction of facial lines and wrinkles. Most dermal fillers contain an injectable form of hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs in the body naturally, but one which depletes as we age*.

    By restoring volume, facial fillers work to plump and smooth contouring deficiencies and restore a youthful complexion. Offering long-lasting, yet non-permanent results, dermal fillers are broken down by the body over a period of time, with both the fillers and their effects gradually fading away.

    *With the exception of Radiesse which is an FDA volumising filler comprising of calcium hydroxyapatite particles in a hyaluronic acid gel carrier.

  • What brand of dermal filler products do you use?

    Coppergate Clinic practitioners only use dermal filler products which are licensed and FDA approved. We are proud to use Juvederm, Vycross and Belotero for the majority of our dermal filler procedures, along with specialist dermal fillers Teosyal Redensity for undereye bags & tear trough correction procedures and Radiesse facial filler to achieve targeted facial volume.

    The dermal filler products used at Coppergate Clinic are amongst the most scientifically documented in the world, with comprehensive studies that support their safety and efficacy.

  • How is the treatment carried out?

    As every client’s skin and required goals are unique, a detailed consultation with an Aesthetic Nurse or Doctor is essential prior to undergoing any dermal filler treatment. During the consultation, your practitioner will discuss any problem areas, desired improvements, options available (including no treatment at all) and expected outcomes.

    Should dermal fillers be agreed upon as the most suitable treatment, the skin will be thoroughly cleansed and, if required, the treatment area will be anaesthetised using either an appropriate topical anaesthetic (numbing cream) or a dental nerve block to ensure discomfort is minimal. Once the treatment area is anaesthetised, the facial filler or lip filler will be injected under the surface of the skin using an ultra-fine needle, before being gently massaged. The treatment itself usually takes around 20 to 30 minutes, with an additional 30 minutes allowed before the treatment for the anaesthetic to take effect.

  • What results should I expect?

    The results of a dermal filler treatment are visible instantly after treatment. Wrinkles and folds at the facial filler treatment site will appear reduced, with skin firmer and more youthful-looking. In the case of lip fillers for lip enhancement, the lips will be defined and plumper, with fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth area also smoothed. By restoring lost volume your skin will look smoother and softer, giving you a fresher more youthful glow.

  • How does the treatment feel?

    If required, the treatment area is numbed prior to treatment. Since the needle used to inject the dermal fillers is also ultra-fine, most people find the treatment is only mildly uncomfortable, with many clients reporting barely feeling the injections.

  • Is there any downtime?

    Immediately after undergoing a dermal filler procedure, the treatment area may be slightly red and/or slightly swollen, however, normal activities may be resumed immediately; indeed it is possible to have this treatment in a lunch break and return straight back to work.

    The risk of side effects is minimal, however, as with any injectable treatment, some clients may experience mild localised bruising, redness or swelling at the injection site. Thorough cleansing of the skin prior to treatment and careful placement of each of the injections helps us to ensure these risks are as minimal as possible.

Areas

Cheek Enhancement
Nose to Mouth Lines
Smokers Lines
Lip Enhancement
Smile Lines
Mouth to Chin Lines
Chin Enhancement
Jaw Line Definition

Anaesthetic Type

Occasionally mild discomfort may be experienced. Generally requires no anaesthetic

Procedure Time

30 - 60 minutes

Science

Dermal fillers contain an injectable form of hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs in the body naturally, but one which depletes as we age

Results

Results are visible instantly after treatment. Wrinkles and folds at the treatment site will appear reduced, with skin firmer and more youthful looking. In the case of lip enhancement, lips will be defined and plumper.

Downtime

None as such, indeed it is possible to have this treatment in a lunch break and return straight back to work

Frequency

6 months on average

Price

From £265Competitively priced, bespoke package options will be discussed at consultation

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