Dermal fillers are a great treatment option if you are looking to regain the fullness of your facial features. These injectable solutions produce a ‘plumping effect’ by softening the wrinkles and lines, revitalising the skin and enhancing facial features.
Dermal fillers are an injectable hyaluronic acid that works by integrating with the natural facial tissue to get natural results.
When to use dermal fillers?
As we start ageing, the natural production of collagen and elastin stops within our bodies. With growing age, the collagen within the body starts to break down and the facial features undergo changes leading to deep lines, wrinkles and sunken cheeks.
With time, these changes become more prominent and skin starts looking tired. This is where dermal fillers become effective by ‘topping up’ collagen and elastin protein within the body.
At Coulsdon Dental Clinic, we only work with the most trusted and reputable brands. Juvederm™ is our choice of fillers as we feel they have very stringent protocols when producing hyalorinc acid solutions.
Steps involved in the procedure
As a qualified dentist, our practitioner is highly trained in facial muscles and combines this knowledge with years of experience to inject fillers with skill and precision. She is fully registered with General Dental Council and fully insured to deliver this treatment.
Having trained for Facial Aesthetics under the best practitioners at Harley Street, London, our practitioner favours a more conservative approach to avoid the trout pout look.
Consultation to assess and understand your muscle activity.
Understand your desired outcome
Assess suitability for this treatment
A thorough medical history is taken to understand any allergies etc.
A full treatment plan will be produced for you.
Treatment takes no longer than 30-40 minutes.
To ensure comfort and painless procedure, we use dental anesthesia so you won’t feel any pain.
What do the results look like?
Are they painful?
We do this treatment under dental anaesthetic which reduces the discomfort significantly.
Are you trained?
Yes, our practitioner is a fully qualified medical professional, registered with General Dental Council and holds full indemnity insurance. Please always ensure that your treatment is administered by a fully trained professional.