Dermal Fillers Used at Dermadoc
Besides those based on hyaluronic acid, such as the range of Juvederm fillers, others are based on calcium; Radiesse is one example. These calcium based fillers are useful for facial sculpting and to fill deeper lines; they are also beneficial when enhancing particularly sunken cheeks. The fillers based on calcium have the other advantage that the results last for longer than when hyaluronic acid fillers are used, but the results are still only temporary. However, both of these temporary fillers are a far safer option than the permanent fillers, as complications are much rarer, which is why at our London cosmetic clinics we only use these modern, temporary fillers; we always place your safety first.
The fillers used in our procedures are FDA approved, which means they have passed strict tests to confirm their reliability and safety. As we are very selective of the products we use, only five fillers are used in cosmetic treatments at Dermadoc; Juvederm, Belotero, Restylane and Perlane are all hyaluronic based, while Radiesse, as mentioned, is calcium based. Your doctor will explain which is best for your procedure, so the filler you receive may vary between chin enhancement, nose job, wrinkle or scar removal.
Dermal Filler Side-effects
The after effects of dermal filler use is rarely more than a small amount of redness and swelling, which are temporary, and sometimes this may be accompanied by a little bruising. This is good news if you want to continue with your day as normal after receiving a cosmetic treatment that requires a filler. As we only use quality fillers at Dermadoc, adverse effects are very rare, and all our doctors have the necessary training and skills to administer the injections in such ways as to minimise the risk of problems. However, if you have particular concerns about the risks of lip, cheek, chin or wrinkle fillers, you can discuss these at your pre-consultation, to make sure that you have all the information needed to make a balanced decision about undergoing treatment.
If the level of pain associated with treatment using fillers is a concern for you, it is reassuring to know that significant pain is not inevitable. While sensitive areas such as your lips are more susceptible to pain, local anesthetic within Juvederm fillers and application of medicated cream both help to numb the area.
If you are considering any of the cosmetic procedures that involve dermal filler, phone now to make an appointment at one of our London clinics. At this free consultation, you can discuss what you are looking for from treatment and learn more about how one of these fillers can help to enhance your looks. With filler treatments costing from just £250, this procedure is within your reach.
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