Dermal Fillers










Dermal Fillers are a popular and versatile anti-ageing, injectable treatment that plumps, volumises and lifts the skin leaving it smooth, contoured and youthful. You will notice instant results and no downtime.

Areas that can be treated:

  • Nose to Mouth Grooves (also known Nasal labial folds)
  • Mouth to chin (also known Marionette lines)
  • Cheeks - to lift and volumise the whole face
  • Chin & Jaw line - to sculpt and define
  • Lip Lines - to fill lipstick lines
  • Lip Filler - to define the vermillion border and add volume to the body of the lips.
  • Nose - to reshape

Dermal Fillers are a manmade, non-animal substance that mimics the body’s natural depleted hyaluronic acid. Once injected, the fillers provide support and structure to the skin, giving a plumped and youthful appearance. The semi-permanent fillers provide safe, long-lasting and natural looking results.

There are many facial fillers on the market that are substandard in terms of ingredients and quality. We only use the most advanced temporary dermal filler range by Juvederm. We only allow qualified doctors and nurse prescribers to inject fillers, and a full consultation is required ahead of treatment.

8 Point Non-Surgical Facelift

An alternative to surgery or thread lift is an 8 point non-surgical facelift

The 8 Point Lift uses the most advanced non-surgical techniques to lift and rejuvenate the face, using dermal fillers, creating a much more youthful appearance.

Not only is there no downtime associated with this treatment, the results are natural-looking and subtle, with immediate effect. 2-3 days after treatment, the product will settle to give an impeccable result, which can last for up to 18 months.

Dermal Fillers FAQ’s

What are dermal fillers?

The most popular dermal fillers used today are made of a material using hyaluronic acid based products, such as those in the Juvéderm range manufactured by Allergan. These hyaluronic acid dermal fillers are non-permanent, meaning that they are reabsorbed into the body over time.

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is found in body tissues, and it has been used safely in general medical applications for several decades.

How do dermal fillers work?

Throughout the ageing process we lose some of the skin’s ‘building blocks’ such as collagen and fat, which are the materials that prevent to skin becoming loose and saggy, allowing fine lines and wrinkles to appear. As we age, our skin becomes thinner and more visible lines and wrinkles start to appear. The facial bones and fat pads begin to shrink accelerating the creation of folds and deep wrinkles.

The dermal filler acts as a replacement for the lost fat and helps to restore our skin to its former youthful appearance.

The material is carefully injected into different layers of the skin depending on the type of filler selected and the patient’s needs. Dermal fillers are available in different thicknesses and viscosity that match to the patients needs. The thicker products are generally reserved for deep folds or wrinkles, whilst smoother products are used to plump out fine lines and wrinkles.

What are the benefits of dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are not permanent, so, as our faces and perceptions of beauty may change overtime, patients can reassess their needs.

We only use Juvéderm fillers. There is a range of Juvéderm Fillers to use for varying applications. For example, thicker materials such as Voluma are used to add volume to sunken cheeks and less defined chins, or to reshape the tip of a person’s nose, and the Juvéderm Ultra range comes in varying thicknesses, allowing greater precision, and is long-lasting.

Dermal fillers are often preferred to cosmetic surgery because of the risks associated with general anaesthetics and cosmetic surgery and their relative cost effectiveness. Results are instant: patients can see how much they like the treatment as it progresses and can request a more dramatic effect if they desire at the time of treatment.

Do I require a consultation?

The first step in the process is to arrange a consultation with nurse prescriber or doctor who has specifically been trained in the use of dermal fillers.

At consultation you will be asked details of your medical history, current medication and discuss your requirements, expectations and suitability for treatment. The doctor or nurse prescriber will then be in a position to advise you on the most appropriate treatment options and make individual treatment recommendations. Not every patient is suitable for treatment and not all expectations can be met with Dermal Filler treatments, so you may be advised about a more suitable treatment to achieve your desired results.

At the consultation patients will be provided with the cost of investing in the treatment options discussed. The practitioner will provide the risks associated with injectable treatments in writing. Patients can then reflect on what has been said using written treatment information.

How long does the treatment take and is it uncomfortable?

Treatments generally take between 30 – 45 minutes. A topical anaesthetic cream will be applied if desired, prior to appointment to maximise comfort during the procedure. The Juvéderm product, unlike the majority of fillers on the market, has local anaesthetic in the solutions, making the treatment more comfortable.

Will I need to take time off work?

No, there is no downtime following the procedure, although you may experience some swelling and redness which would be noticeable.

Are there any risks or side effects with dermal filler treatments?

Product related reactions are rare. There are some injection related reactions which may occur after any injection; they typically resolve spontaneously a few days after injection to the skin, and within a week after injection into the lips. These reactions include redness, swelling, pain, itching, bruising or tenderness at the injection site. All skin injection procedures carry a small risk of infection. After lip enhancement, lips may swell for up to a week, but this typically reduces after two to three days. In case of more pronounced reactions or if reactions last longer than a week, contact our practitioner. You should discuss side effects and post-treatment reactions with our practitioner during consultation

What happens after treatment?

After your treatment you will be given post-treatment advice to take home with you. We will also arrange a follow up appointment for two weeks after your treatment so a review can be carried out.

Consultation Required? Yes with Doctor or nurse

Consultation Cost?  Free

Treatment Price from
Lips (0.55 ml) £200
Nose Reshape (1ml) £275
Under Eyes (1ml) £325
Chin Reshape (1ml) £325
Jaw Reshape (1ml) £325
Cheeks (2ml) £560
8 Point Facelift (3ml) £800


Lip Filler Before and After