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Derma Filler Treatment

From lip fillers to cheek fillers we can restore,

enhance & define your features

What are Derma Fillers?

Dermal Fillers injections are a type of nonsurgical cosmetic procedure (also known as Wrinkle Fillers or Facial Fillers) are popular and versatile anti-ageing injectable treatment that plumps, volumizes and lifts the skin leaving it smooth, contoured, and youthful.


We aim to ensure a natural and youthful appearance which enhancers

your features, a more radiant you


How long does it last?

Derma filler injections last at different lengths of time for people, including area being treated, on average, & can last anywhere between 6-12 months. This common cosmetic procedure typically produces results right away and can last month’s depending on the area with minimal recovery time.


Most common areas treated with Dermal Fillers:

  • Lip Volume

  • Creases and Lines

  • Cheek Volume

  • Laugh Lines

  • Marionette Lines

  • Chin Wrinkles

  • Tear Troughs


Benefits of Dermal Fillers:

  • Fillers are injections used to fill out creases and wrinkles in the skin. It is injected to smooth out lines and replenish firmness and volume lost, providing a refreshed younger appearance

  • The most widely used filler is made from Hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring molecule found in the skin. Hyaluronic acid is extremely hydrophilic which attracts and binds to water, giving a fuller effect to the treated area by supporting our skin's structure, as well as hydrating the skin for a natural glow

  • The treatment is non-invasive with virtually no recovery time necessary; you can resume your normal activities immediately after treatment.

  • The treatment can be tailored to your needs providing a natural look.

  • Results can be seen immediately after treatment, with effects lasting anywhere between 6-12 months depending on the filler and area of treatment and skin hygiene maintenance.


Book your derm-filler treatment and speak to one of our trained practitioners.

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