Achieving realistic results
This treatment is used to give back volume in the areas where is has been lost, such as around the nose and mouth area (naso-labial folds and marionette lines). For lip fillers, please see ‘Lip Augmentation’.
Dermal Fillers consist of Hyaluronic Acid (HA). We have plenty of HA in our faces when we are younger, unfortunately as part of the ageing process the amount HA we have reduces. Dermal Fillers allow us to put some of this lost HA back.
Safety and attention to detail
At Hopkinson Aesthetics, Rebecca understands the need for safety and attention to detail. She wants her work to look the best it can therefore attends regular updates and further training in Aesthetics to be able to offer her patients the safest most current techniques.
The products she uses are of the highest quality and are chosen depending on the individual patient needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
A consultation is carried out before the treatment to check suitability and to ensure it is safe you for you have.
You do see instant results from this treatment; however, your full results are visible at 2 weeks following the procedure when any swelling or bruising has gone down.
Dermal fillers can last between 6-12 months but usually depend on the product used, where the product is placed and the individual being treated.
Numbing cream is applied before this treatment to help make the patient more comfortable. Some discomfort may still be felt.
As with any injectable treatment bruising, swelling, infection, vascular compromise and nerve damage are potential risks. An allergic reaction to the products used is also a potential risk, it is important to be open and candid before the treatment and follow the aftercare advice to minimise risk.
At Hopkinson Aesthetics we treat the lines around your mouth with dermal fillers. These lines are also referred to as; naso-labial folds, marionette lines and cigarette lines.
Dermal fillers contain a product called Hyaluronic Acid, it’s a gel that allows volume to be put back in the areas where it has been lost.