Dermal Fillers

Dermal Filler for Removing Lines and Wrinkles or Enhancing Lips


Dermal filler is an injectable gel made from hyaluronic acid - a naturally occurring sugar in your skin. Dermal filler is used to restore volume to the skin and smooth away lines and wrinkles

What does it involve?

We ease the injectable dermal filler gel into the skin using a fine needle. The treatment area may be numbed to minimise any discomfort. The injection process only takes around 15 minutes and results typically last up to 12 months (and possibly longer). You will need a consultation prior to treatment.

What happens after the treatment?

Normal activities can be resumed immediately following treatment. The short-term side effects of fillers may include temporary site redness, swelling and tenderness.

How do I book a consultation?

To and query prices and availability please contact us


ABOVE: BEFORE & AFTER Dermal Filler treatment when trying to frown - Results may vary


ABOVE: BEFORE & AFTER Botox, Dermal Filler treatment with hair and make-up - Results may vary


Dermal Fillers are prescription medicines. They are sterile non-pyrogen gel implants presented in a graduated pre-filled, disposable syringe, containing 24mg/mL cross-linked hyaluronic acid with or without lidocaine 3mg/mL. Product number 1 is used for filling of facial medium size and deep wrinkles by injection into mid dermis and creating definition and pouting of lips. product number 2 is for filling of facial medium size and deep wrinkles by injection into the mid and/or deep dermis and increasing volume of lips. Our dermal filler is now available with lidocaine is for filling medium-sized depressions of the skin via mid-dermis injection, as well as for lip definition. Our dermal filler with lidocaine is for filling mid and/or deep depressions of the skin via mid and/or deep dermis injection, as well as for lip definition and enhancement. The presence of lidocaine is meant to reduce the patient’s pain during treatment. Talk to your specialist about the benefits / risks of this procedure in cosmetic medicine. Cautions: People with hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid, severe multiple allergies or anaphylactic shock; allergy to gram positive bacterial proteins; simultaneous administration with laser therapy, chemical peeling or dermabrasion. Our dermal filler with or without lidocaine should not be used in the crow’s feet or glabellar region. Our dermal filler with lidocaine should not be used in patients with untreated epilepsy, hypersensitivity to lidocaine or amide-type local anaesthetics, and porphyria. For Our dermal filler with lidocaine caution is required in patients having acute rheumatoid arthritis with heart complications; history of streptococcal disease; undergoing anti-coagulant treatment; combination with drugs that reduce or inhibit hepatic metabolism; symptoms of cardiac conduction disorders; may produce positive results in athlete anti-doping tests. Possible Side Effects: Injection site inflammatory reactions (redness, oedema, erythema) which may be associated with itching and/or pain on pressure, induration or nodules, discolouration; weak filling effect; haematomas; glabellar necrosis, abscess formation, granuloma, hypersensitivity. You will need to pay for this medicine. Normal Doctors visit fees apply. Note: Our dermal filler treatment lasts for up to 12 months and after this time further courses of treatment may be necessary. Speak to your specialist about your own situation.

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