What Are Dermal Fillers?
Dermal Fillers are used for a number of medical and aesthetic treatments. They are prescribed specifically for the patient and vary in terms of type of filler, longevity of product, and cost.
They are designed to be used in the face to enhance soft tissue volume and re-contour as well as fill in and smooth out depressed areas, such as around naso labial and marionette lines around the nose and mouth.
Prior to any Dermal Filler treatment, a full medical consultation will be completed.
- Medical History
- Identification of problem
- Full Dermal Filler Treatment Plan and Costings
Dermal Fillers can be either temporary, semi-permanent or permanent. The most common form of Dermal Filler is Hyaluronic acid based and commonly called Restylane, Perlane, Juverderm, Beletero or Perfecta.
The types of Dermal Filler used in our UK Dermal Filler Clinics are dependent on the diagnosis of condition and the specific requirements of the patient.
The cost of the Dermal Filler in the UK will vary depending on which product is being used, the injector and the longevity of the product.
A cheek filler treatment at Tracey Bell;
A hyaluronic acid-based filler of the Qmed family used to fill lines and wrinkles and to define and augment lips. It can also be used for under-eye circles. It is the most common of the Qmed products used.
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The Juvederm ULTRA range of products is a new generation of hyaluronic acid fillers from ALLERGAN, a world leader in surgical and non-surgical aesthetic products. They use a specially formulated type of hyaluronic acid (HA) that exists naturally in your skin. It’s a natural, biodegradable gel that flows easily and smoothly into your skin, instantly filling out those troublesome lines leaving a smooth and natural look and feel. So, you’ll notice an immediate difference after just one treatment.
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What is Succeev? Succeev is a hyaluronic acid in injectable form for filling facial lines and wrinkles, enhancing the lips and correcting small facial scars and minor imperfections
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Radiesse is a new generation injectable filler. Its durability and longevity is unique. Radiesse is made of very tiny microspheres of calcium hydroxyapatite.
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Juv derm VOLUMA is an innovative, injectable volumiser that delivers a smoother more youthful appearance to your cheeks, cheekbones, and chin.
Find out more about Juvederm VOLUMA by clicking here.
Filler is used to augment the lips and lip line to enhance definition and restore natural fullness to the lips; it can also be used to re contour the upper and lower face and jaw line. A local anaesthetic cream or sometimes an injection is used to numb the area and the procedure takes between fifteen minutes to an hour. Temporary fillers are an effective and increasingly popular way of filling lines and wrinkles defining and augmenting lips, and reducing under-eye circles. Several products can be used in combination for a bespoke treatment which successfully targets problem areas while maintaining a natural look. The results are beautifully natural and subtle. There are a lot of good products available, take a look at the product selection and click on to see more details about each one.
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On collating and concluding to a diagnosis, options, alternatives and pricing will be discussed with you. Medical questionnaire, full consultation and diagnosis will be discussed with you.
Our aim is to maintain, protect and restore individual health, and provide treatment of disease with the best available techniques, technology and experience. We respect the autonomy of the patient and will always provide truthful, open and honest medical and dental care while listening to your personal requirements.
The medical and dental treatments are clinically audited and overseen by the registered health care professionals and responsible individuals of the practice. The practice is regulated for dentistry by the Care Quality Commission.