Dermal Fillers London. Dermal fillers, like Botox, have become far more popular in recent years as awareness of the advantages of fillers is reported in the media and by celebrities alike. Dermal fillers produce great results and recent advances means that treatments effects are lasting longer and longer. So what is a dermal filler?
Dermal Fillers London
A dermal filler is an anti-wrinkle injectable. It is made up largely of hyaluronic acid. The filler seeps into the wrinkle cracks under the skin and fills out the tissue, returning a smooth complexion. Fillers are used for the wrinkles on the face which are visible when the face is expressionless: crows-feet, frown-lines, nasolabial folds and more.
Dermal Fillers London – Types
There are a host of different dermal fillers on the market. The difference between them tends to be the length of time for which they last and the consistency in quality and predictability when used; this results in price differences. Different clinics stock different brand names of fillers. Recognised – safe – dermal fillers to look out for on a clinic’s product list are Juvederm, Restylane and Voluma. Safe Treatment With increased supply and availability of dermal fillers and fellow injectable anti-wrinkle treatments, like Botox, prices naturally go down. However, this also invariably results in decreased quality of treatment. Even though beauticians are legally authorised to administer such treatments, it is wise to attend a respected dermatology clinic or medical practice for your anti-wrinkle treatment.
Dermal Fillers London Clinics
Many respected clinics offer deals for multiple syringes or treatments. Take advantage of these deals by booking follow up appointments and second syringes in advance. Combination treatments of both dermal fillers and Botox injections are also popular, and can save both time and money.
Dr Dan Dhunna’s dermal filler London clinic is based on the world renowned Harley Street in London. To book a consultation at our London clinic please complete the contact form or call.