FILLERS

Fillers consist of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the human body. They are widely used in aesthetic medicine in order to correct volume loss, enhance facial features, attain facial symmetry as well as to give someone a natural and healthy look. Dermal fillers can also stimulate collagen growth as well as improve skin hydration. Fillers are minimally invasive and are considered a good non-surgical alternative to plastic surgery.
QUICK SUMMARY
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FILLER BENEFITS
  • Restoring volume to the face
  • Reducing the appearance of dark eye circles
  • Contouring the nose bridge
  • Enhancing lip volume
  • Enhancing chin and jawline definition
  • Improving skin hydration
  • Stimulating collagen growth
The inevitable effects of aging is a loss of collagen and elastin within the dermis. As we age, our skin, fat and muscles in our face slowly degenerate.
  • SAGGING SKIN

  • WRINKLES

  • EYEBAGS

  • SUNKEN TEMPLES

These are all signs of aging that can make us look weary and haggard..

WHAT IS THE PROCESS OF GETTING DERMAL FILLERS LIKE?

STEP 1 - CONSULTATION
The doctor will assess your condition and decide on the best treatment plan for you.
STEP 2 - PREPARATION

After the consultation, topical numbing cream will be applied to the target injection sites to minimize discomfort.

STEP 3 - FILLER INJECTION
The doctor will then inject a measured amount of the dermal fillers into the injection sites.

10 - 20 Minutes Procedure

This whole process should take between 10-20 minutes, depending on the number of injection sites.

ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS? WHAT IS THE DOWNTIME LIKE?

No major side effects are to be expected for fillers treatments. There might be slight swelling or inflammation around the injection site, but this is temporary. You will be cleared to return to your regular routine immediately after the treatment.

HOW LONG DO FILLERS LAST?

The effect of fillers lasts between 9 to 24 months. Fillers are not a permanent procedure and eventually the hyaluronic acid will get reabsorbed naturally into the body. You are advised to visit your doctor every 6 to 9 months for reevaluation.

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