Our team has undertaken advanced training in the use of dermal fillers and is proud to be able to offer our patients non-surgical facelifts and facial augmentation as well as wrinkle and line reduction.
Dermal Fillers work to replenish the volume and elasticity of the skin, restoring fullness and filling out the lines that appear over time.
We use Juvederm, Perfectha and Teosyal – leading brands in the facial aesthetics field. These contain hyaluronic acid, a natural acid that occurs in the body and reduces as we get older, causing the loss of volume and suppleness of the skin. These products are completely safe and highly effective in achieving the results you aspire to.
At Fairford Leys Smile Centre, we use dermal fillers to:
Your treatment plan is completely individual to you. Your first consultation will be about us listening to your needs and identifying your areas of concern. We’ll provide an honest and realistic assessment of how the dermal fillers will help and we’ll never over sell a treatment. Our appointments and your treatment are completely confidential, so no one will ever need to know if you’ve undergone facial aesthetics treatment.
Your first appointment will take anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes. After the injections, you may notice some sight redness and swelling but this will resolve itself within a short time. You may also experience an itching sensation but this will pass.
You will notice the effects straight away, but we recommend waiting at least a week to see the final results. Dermal fillers last between 4 to 13 months, but this varies from patient to patient.
As with any injection, you’ll feel a moment of discomfort and this will pass extremely quickly. There’s no need for local anaesthetic or sedation. You may experience slight swelling or bruising following the treatment.
Yes. They are completely safe. They use an acid that occurs naturally in the body.
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