Dermal fillers can be used to effectively contour and correct many soft tissue age related changes, as well as loss of volume.
The main ingredient within many dermal fillers is hyaluronic acid which is widely recognised for its safety, hydration and anti-ageing properties. This is a naturally occurring substance found within the skin in abundance in youth and diminishes as we get older. Therefore restoring this non-animal derived substance restores the soft contours to many areas of the face that become affected by volume loss associated with age, results from these treatments may last from 6 to 12 months.
These are versatile products which can serve to focus on restoring the quality and tone of the skin and to subtly restore volume to many different areas of the face such as the cheek area, improving the definition of the jawline, softening lines and folds such as those seen around the mouth or the eye and to the back of the hands as well; an area we often neglect in our anti ageing skin regime. Hyaluronic acid fillers also offer subtle improvement to the lips and can be used to add shape and definition. This is particularly an area where a “less is more” approach is key and Anna pays close attention to the natural proportions to the face to treat accordingly.Book a Consultation
At a glance
Plumper, more hydrated look
Frequently asked questions
Does it hurt?
Thanks to the sophistication of Aliaxin dermal fillers, discomfort during and after treatment is minimal. Optional topical aneasthetic cream is available as well but often this is not necessary with the use of a blunt microcannula which allows the filler to be placed through a single entry point in the skin, which often helps to minimise the risk of bruising
How safe are dermal fillers?
Aliaxin dermal fillers are a class III medical device and have been extensively and rigorously tested over many years with considerable evidence to support their robust safety profile in cosmetic medicine. Minimal bruising, swelling and soreness at the sites of injection may occur and typically resolve within a few days, this may vary with each individual.
Who is unsuitable for treatment with Dermal Fillers?
Women who are pregnant, breast feeding or trying to conceive are not suitable for any cosmetic injectable treatments. Active herpes/cold sores present anywhere on the face are a contraindication to this treatment, which is fully explained during the consultation. A reported prior sensitivity to any of the dermal filler constituents (rare) would also contraindicate treatment.
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Anna Baker is one of the most sincere and talented practitioners I have had the privilege of meeting.
She was thorough in her consultation and was able to address my main concerns. She made me feel comfortable and was so patient. Her knowledge and passion is second to none.
Anna gave me the confidence that I needed and produced great results with the my treatments. She also recommended skincare for me and said it would be a great way to start my journey to help me achieve better, brighter and healthier skin.
She gave me a plan as to how and when to use them to get optimal results.
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“It’s always a pleasure to visit Anna as she’s welcoming, friendly and professional. She takes a lot of time to get to know you and your skin to understand what it is you are hoping to achieve. I trust Anna implicitly to suggest treatments and have always been 100% happy with the results.”
I always feel in safe hands with Anna, her knowledge is second to none and I have always been exceptionably pleased with my treatments.