DERMAL FILLERS – Restore Lost Volume – Reduce Wrinkles

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Dermal filler treatment 

Dermal fillers help to replace lost volume that occurs with the ageing process. As we age there are a number of processes that contribute to changes in the face that we see in the mirror. Firstly we lose the fat pads in the face which help keep the skin plump and young. The facial bones change causing loss of cheekbones and widening of the orbit. Collagen is lost in the skin causing laxity.

Dermal fillers help to replace this lost volume and thereby give the face a more youthful appearance. Fillers last between 6-24 months depending on the dermal filler used and the amount injected but can vary from person to person. At Loubelle Skin Aesthetics we use the more expensive filler containing lidocaine, a local anaesthetic which makes the procedure a breeze!

Decrease the appearance of lines and wrinkles, Increase volume where required

Injectable Fillers replenish the lost volume in the areas of the face where it is depleted by aging. When applied lifts, contours and shapes the face to restore a more youthful, refreshed appearance. When a dermal filler, is injected beneath a wrinkle, crease, or area of volume loss, the filler instantly adds volume and pushes the skin back upward, erasing the wrinkle by returning the volume. They can also add fullness to the lips and cheeks.

The  satisfaction rate amongst our clients is high with the injectable fillers because results can be seen immediately and they do not involve surgery or down time

What Areas Can Be Treated With Injectable Fillers?

Here are a few of the most common issues dermal fillers can help to correct:

Smooth out lines and wrinkles around nose and mouth

Enhance & restore volume to sunken cheeks or temples

Diminish vertical lip lines or smoker lines

Plump & enhance the lips

Smooth out a chin crease

Improve symmetry among facial features chin)

Tear trough (hollows under the eyes)

Filling of the temple depressions on the sides of the face

Deep and fine lines and wrinkles throughout the face

Volume loss on the top of the hands

Eyebrow lift and definition

Lines on the chest and between the breasts

What are Injectable Fillers Made Of?

Most dermal fillers are made from hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body that is responsible for plumping and firming the skin. A few dermal fillers, fill the space and then also trigger the body to produce new collagen.

The main substances derma fillers are made from are:

Hyaluronic Acid (HA)

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is already found in your skin. It helps keep skin plump and hydrated.

Calcium Hydroxylapatite (CaHA)

Calcium hydroxylapatite is also a naturally occurring substance, found primarily in our bones. When used in a filler, the calcium particles are nearly microscopic and suspended in a smooth gel.

Poly-L-lactic Acid

Poly-L-lactic acid is a biocompatible (meaning it is safe to use in the body), biodegradable synthetic substance. It has been used for many years in medical devices, such as dissolvable stitches. Poly-L-lactic acid products are technically classified as “collagen stimulators,” as their main mechanism to smooth fine lines is by helping your skin rebuild natural collagen—the filler gel itself dissipates a few days after treatment.

Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA)

Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) is a synthetic, biocompatible substance that has been used in medicine for much of the last century. In dermal fillers, PMMA takes the form of a “microsphere” or tiny ball, that remains beneath the skin indefinitely to provide continued support.

Which filler do I need?

The choices of dermal filler products can be daunting and it can be confusing and difficult to establish which option is best for you without the advice from an experienced Aethetic Practitioner.

Different products are  formulated to work better for certain areas of concern.  Your provider should be able to advice you what product is best for you.

Why get your Injectable Fillers treatments at
LouBelle Skin Aesthetics London

You are in safe, experienced  hands, all our Aesthetic Practitioners are trained to the highest standards

Our products are genuine . We do not use inferior products and we adhere to industry standards at all times

We are experienced and provide you with the best results

We using advanced techniques to reduce discomfort and bruising

We provide a free follow up at no cost to you

Competitively priced

What to Expect During Treatment

Dermal filler injections are non-surgical and typically completed during one visit. It is a Quick and Simple non-surgical process with techniques to suit your needs – final results in just 2 weeks

New patients must consult with one of our Practitioners  for an assessment and approval of treatment

Desired Result, Expectation, Cost are discussed

Explanation of what an injectable filler does

Consent signed and pre-treatment photos (private) taken

Topical anesthetic cream applied, area then cleansed

Injections done using various techniques

Some immediate result will be evident, final settling seen at about 2 weeks

Ice applied if necessary

How Long Do Dermal Fillers Last?

Most dermal fillers last from nine months to one year. Juvéderm® Voluma and Juvéderm® Vollure last longer, 18 months and beyond. Radiesse® is the longest lasting dermal filler, returning volume for up to two years.

How long the effects of dermal fillers will last depends on the product, the area of treatment, and the patient.   Generally speaking, the denser the product is and the more deeply it is injected, the longer it will last, although this is not a hard and fast rule. To maintain your results, your Aesthetic Practitioner will simply repeat treatment, adjusting the amount and techniques as necessary to ensure optimal results.

Hyaluronic acid fillers tend to be the most temporary option, and therefore are often recommended for first-time filler patients. These will typically last from 6 to 18 months. Injections to the lips will wear out a little faster than those to the nasolabial folds. Certain HA fillers, such as VOLUMA, are formulated to last longer, but are usually limited to certain areas, such as the cheeks.

Synthetic fillers tend to last longer, as they are not absorbed by the body. They can be a great option for the right patient, but you’ll want to be ready to commit to results that will be there for several years—and choose an experienced, qualified provider whose aesthetic style you like.

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