Cheek Fillers

A lifted, radiant complexion; Cheek filler treatment is an effective anti-ageing procedure; designed to accentuate your best features by enhancing the natural shaping and contour of your face.

As we grow older, the skin surrounding your cheeks can droop and sag as a symptom of the natural ageing process, and your favourite facial features can become hidden. Enhanced Facial Aesthetics can rejuvenate your facial structure with Dermal Fillers, by lifting cheeks, adding volume and minimising lines and wrinkles.

 

Procedure time

45mins

Pain

Mild – Moderate

Anaesthetic

Numbing cream

Recovery time

A few days

Longevity

12-24 months

Risks

Minimal

What are cheek fillers made of?
Are cheek fillers safe?
Does it hurt?
What can I expect after treatment?
How long will they last?
Who can do this treatment?
Are fillers right for me?
What happens when results wear off?
Can I see samples of your work?
What are cheek fillers made of?

Cheek fillers are made of Hyaluronic Acid (HA), which is a substance that naturally occurs in the dermis of the skin. It can be found in many beauty products, as it is a hydrophilic molecule, meaning that it attracts water. It can hold up to 1000 x its own weight in water making it an excellent hydrator.

Are cheek fillers safe?

Cheek fillers are a cosmetic treatment, and like all procedures, there is always a chance that something could go wrong. However, if performed by experienced and qualified practitioners, it is a safe procedure.

Does it hurt?

It varies from person to person but generally, filler treatments are not that painful. Of course, the discomfort level will mostly depend on your own pain tolerance. We do use numbing cream to help reduce pain.

What can I expect after treatment?

Immediately following treatment, you may experience minor redness, swelling, and bruising. The treated area may also feel tender. These effects usually last 2-3 days and do not prevent patients from returning to work and other normal activities immediately after leaving the clinic.

How long will they last?

Typically, results last between 12-24 months, depending on the product used and your body’s ability to absorb the injected material. Many patients undergo regular touch-up injections in order to maintain their rejuvenated appearance.

Who can do this treatment?

We recommend that you only go to medically qualified and experienced injectors. Any non medically trained person can attend a course and provide this service, however if a complication occurs they will not have the knowledge or prescription drugs required to resolve the issue.

We do not believe that non medics such as beauticians have the appropriate level of medical knowledge and training for filler injection treatment. Of course, this is our own opinion and you are advised to do your own research.

Are fillers right for me?

Dermal fillers may be right for you if you are looking to fill in wrinkles caused by loss of facial volume and elasticity. Dermal fillers can restore this lost volume, resulting in smoother, younger-looking skin. These injections can also be used to plump up facial areas such as the lips, enhancing their appearance.

This treatment is not effective on wrinkles caused by muscle movement. Muscle relaxant injections are a more appropriate choice for treating such lines. Dermal filler injections are appropriate for most adults who are in good general health. If you are looking for a non-surgical cosmetic treatment that will smooth out wrinkles and achieve younger looking skin, Anti-wrinkle injections could be for you.

What happens when results wear off?

As its effects wear off, the skin will return to its natural, pre-treatment state. If you decide against further injections, your skin will be left in the same condition it was before treatment; it will not be any more wrinkled than it was before treatment. Some products stimulate new collagen growth, which may lead to long-lasting improvements in skin volume, even after the injected dermal filler has been absorbed by the body.

Can I see samples of your work?

Yes, we have a gallery page along with many more images of Facebook

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