Dermal fillers are used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, contour the face, create volume and hydrate the skin.
Dermal fillers are based on the substance called Hyaluronic Acid (HA) that occurs naturally in your body. Its normal function is to bind water so it acts as a lubricant and shock absorber in movable parts of the body, such as joints. By boosting your skin with this naturally occurring substance, dermal fillers revitalise and add volume to the area instantly.
A single treatment can be seen instantly and can last for around 6 to 24 months depending on the formulation of the product and a number of biological factors of an individual client. We use dermal filler injections to give a natural-looking result that does not affect facial expression.
Smooth outlines around the nose and mouth (a.k.a. marionette lines, smile lines, and parentheses)
Enhance & restore volume to sunken cheeks or temples
Diminish vertical lip lines
Plump & enhance the lips
Smooth out a chin crease
Improve symmetry among facial features
Frequently asked questions
Do dermal filler treatments hurt?
Depending on the area, your practitioner may apply or inject a local anaesthetic to the area to be treated. Some of the fillers already contain a local anaesthetic which also makes the treatment tolerable.
Can everybody use dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers should not be used in or near areas where there is or has been skin disease, inflammation or skin related problems. Dermal fillers have not been tested in pregnant or breastfeeding women, individuals with medical conditions that lower the body's immune response or individuals undergoing therapy that is immunosuppressive may be more prone to infection by a skin injection procedure. During your pre-treatment consultation, you should thoroughly discuss your medical history with your practitioner.
Why are there different prices for fillers?
What brand of dermal fillers do you stock?
Are dermal filler treatments safe?
Our most used dermal filler has been used in over 10 million treatments worldwide. Because the dermal filler resembles the substances that occur naturally in the body, the risk of allergic reaction is minimal.
Why doesn't this website talk about specific fillers?
Dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle relaxants are prescription medicines. The TGA prevents clinics from advertising the names of prescription medicines, so it is illegal for any clinic to mention the brand names on their website or otherwise. We do however have the leading brands of fillers and anti-wrinkle relaxants and the options can be discussed in your consultation.