Wrinkle and fold fillers
Dermal fillers gently volumise deeper lines and creases, giving you a more refreshed and youthful appearance.
Small, carefully targeted filler injections plump your skin. This replenishes lost volume and moisture, subtly reducing the depth of static wrinkles and folds. Fillers are predominantly used in the lower face, although they can complement botox procedures for deep lines in the mid and upper face.
The benefits of wrinkle fillers
Our dermal filler treatment will smooth out folds and lines including:
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Tear trough fillers are available at these clinics
Fold and wrinkle dermal fillers
Which folds and wrinkles can dermal fillers help with?
Dermal fillers are generally used to plump out deeper, static folds and wrinkles in the lower face. ‘Static’ means that they aren’t caused by muscle movement; they are generally a natural part of the skin ageing process. Static folds include nasolabial folds, marionette lines, oral commissures and perioral lines.
Wrinkles caused by muscle activity are generally found in the mid and upper face, for example crow’s feet, frown lines and forehead wrinkles. While usually treated with botox, if the lines are particularly deep, dermal fillers might also be used.
Can fillers be used for indents caused by scarring?
Yes, dermal fillers can help to plump the indented skin, lessening the appearance of the scar. Read more about dermal fillers for scars.
Do fillers hurt?
All our dermal filler injections include a local anaesthetic to minimise any discomfort.
How long will the appointment take?
The overall appointment will take around 45 minutes, which includes a full consultation with one of our practitioners. The injections themselves will take around 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the number of areas to be treated.
Will there be any bruising?
We are careful to minimise any bruising. However, it’s possible that some bruising, reddening or swelling might occur following your treatment. This should reduce significantly after a couple of days and be gone completely after ten days.
Who shouldn’t have dermal fillers?
Women who are pregnant or breast feeding should not have dermal filler treatments. Before any treatment takes place, your Melior Clinics practitioner will discuss your medical history to ensure that the treatment is safe and appropriate for you.
How long do dermal fillers last?
The rejuvenating effect of fillers will last from six to twelve months. Exactly how long varies from patient to patient. It is also influenced by how long you’ve been having fillers for – if you’ve been having fillers over a number of years then the effects should gradually last longer and you’ll need fewer treatments.
Can I have botox and dermal fillers at the same time?
Yes, in fact this is a very popular option for overall rejuvenation. Dermal fillers and botox complement each other perfectly. Botox reduces wrinkles caused by active muscle action, while fillers smooth the static wrinkles which botox can’t treat.
What our patients say
Thank you to our patients for these kind words
Lovely clinic with a friendly welcome. My consultation is always thorough and I feel so well looked after and informed when having a treatment. Thank you so much!
Recently visited Harley St branch, I think I will stick with Dr Beazleigh for botox and fillers. He’s a very good practitioner and follows the “less is more” approach. Not a hard seller, he won’t deliver a treatment which you don’t need, nor will he inject many fillers in one go.
Came to see Tim today and was greeted wonderfully. Very friendly atmosphere and Tim was lovely. Definitely will be my go-to clinic from now on – very impressed.
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