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Dermal filler can reduce fine lines, wrinkles and signs you’re no longer 21!

What Are Dermal Fillers?

Dermal fillers are injections made from a gel called hyaluronic acid. They add volume to the facial soft tissue, filling out the wrinkles.

Dermal fillers can be used around the eyes, mouth, jawline and cheeks.

How Do Dermal Fillers Work?

With age, the body stops producing two proteins called elastin and collagen. Collagen levels peak in the early 20s.  From then on, protein levels decline by 2% a year! This is where fillers become the solution to looking younger.

They restore the volume lost in the face and plump areas. Dermal fillers last 6-18 months.

Different Types Of Dermal Fillers

Hyaluronic acid is the most common filler used in the face. It is a natural substance already found in areas inside the body including the skin, joints and eyeballs.

Fillers made of hyaluronic acid help to maintain the facial shape and provide hydration to the skin and tissue.

There are over 160 different brands containing hyaluronic acid in he UK. However, ones approved by the FDA, such as Juvederm, cannot be brought over the counter or online.

PCI (Poly-Caprolactone) and Ellanse are two other fillers used.

They act as collagen stimulators, triggering the body’s response to produce collagen.

Why not contact the clinic and arrange a free, no obligation consultant?

This would be the perfect opportunity to ask your questions.

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