FILLING IN FACIAL WRINKLES & FOLDS⌇ TREATING STATIC LINES⌇ SCULPTING & PLUMPING LIPS⌇ TOTAL FACE REJUVENATION
AREAS FOR TREATMENT
Common areas treated with dermal fillers are:
Lip sculpting & plumping
Filling static lines around the mouth and on the forehead
Creating cheek bones
Creating brow bones
Filling tear troughs and reducing the dark circle under eyes.
Treatment with dermal fillers usually takes 20 – 40 mins, depending on the area or number of areas treated.
Initial consultation is required before your first treatment.
Minimal down time involved, you can often return back to work immediatly after treatment.
Treatments usually last up to 9 months with regular repeat treatments producing longer lasting effects of up to 18 months or more.
Cheek fillers usually last 18 to 24 months.
Repeated facial expressions over time will lead to static wrinkles, wrinkles that don’t disappear when facial muscle are relaxed. Dermal fillers are used to plump out the skin, erasing deep static lines which results in smoother looking skin.
Dermal filler is made from the body’s own naturally occurring complex sugar, Hyaluron, which provides a natural and rejuvenated appearance by ‘filling in’ or ‘plumping up’ facial wrinkles and folds.
There are many types of fillers available for use in facial rejuvenation with the new-generation injectable gels being the dermal fillers of choice at the Newcastle Cosmetic Medicine Centre.
Dr Bullock says; Dermal filler – is a softer gel, which enables me to create a finer edge to lips and to fill finer lines around the lips and eyes. Shaping the lips is an art form, and patients are seeking a more natural-looking appearance. The lips are a focal point of the face, and dermal filler – produces a nicer result with less swelling and less risk of lumpiness.