Cheshire dermal fillers
Dermal fillers can be used to increase the volume of the lips, cheeks or chin, rejuvenate the hands and to treat scars. While they are not to be confused with Botox, they can also be used to smooth out wrinkles by plumping and hydrating the skin.
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Dermal Fillers FAQ
What is the difference between dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections?
Anti-wrinkle injections freeze the muscles targeted in order to prevent new wrinkles appearing and reduce the appearance of existing ones. Dermal fillers, on the other hand, are used to fill out areas of the face in order to treat wrinkles and rejuvenate the skin.
How long do dermal fillers last?
Dermal fillers last different amounts of time depending on which product is used and which area of the face it is used on. General guidelines show that facial fillers will last between 12-24 months whilst lip fillers will last around 6-9 months.
Where on my face can I have dermal fillers?
You can have dermal fillers around your eyebrows and in your tear troughs, cheekbones, cheeks, marionette lines, jawline, chin, lips as well as around the lips.
Are dermal fillers safe?
If carried out by a qualified medical practitioner, dermal fillers are completely safe and come with very little associated risk. They may cause temporary swelling and bruising, but other side effects are very rare.
How do dermal fillers work?
Dermal fillers work by boosting supply of hyaluronic acid- a hydrating molecule that keeps skin and tissue looking plump and smooth. Dermal fillers are injected and work by plumping the skin from the inside out.