You might have noticed that your cheeks and lips don’t seem as plump as they used to, and you are not alone — this is one of the universal effects of ageing as the body produces less and less hyaluronic acid.
Dermal fillers use this natural substance because it attracts water to the skin and plumps it up, acting like a top up the areas of your face most affected by ageing; usually fine lines around the nose, mouth, lips and cheeks. Being a natural substance found in the body already, hyaluronic acid-based fillers are extremely unlikely to produce an allergic reaction and are the safest to use.
They can immediately reduce lines on your face and lift certain areas, giving you a younger and refreshed look that lasts between 6 and 24 months. Our experienced facial aesthetics practitioner Samantha Thompson will talk you through the options available to you in your free consultation.
She applies the safe and non-permanent effects of dermal fillers to the following areas of the face:
Lips: with age the lips lose volume and definition. Lip fillers can subtly make lips plumper, increase contours and lip outlines or, if the lips are asymmetric, gently modify them to adjust proportions. Samantha offers carefully measured, subtle outcomes — never trout pouts.
Nasolabial folds: running down the sides of the nose to the corner of the mouth. Most people notice them when they smile, laugh or talk.
Cheeks and jaw: ageing usually contributes to volume loss in the cheeks; the round, full look diminishes as the fat pads gravitate downwards.
Marionette lines: located just below the corners of the mouth, these wrinkles can make people appear sad or angry when the face relaxes.
Décolletage: inevitably the skin loses its elasticity and firmness over time. Sun damage in particular can contribute to this aged look.
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