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Dermal fillers

For smooth, fresh skin

Restore volume to your skin

Dermal fillers can be used to add volume to your cheeks and lips, and smooth out any unwanted lines.

As we age, our skin loses the ability to 'bounce back', and begins to sag. This can be a source of distress for some — which is why we've invested in a range of non-invasive aesthetic surgical procedures.

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How dermal fillers will work for you

Dermal fillers are smooth injectable gels comprised of hyaluronic acid (HA). HA imitates a sugar molecule which occurs naturally in your body's skin cell production. When we inject this substance into your skin, it fills in space where you've lost volume.

HA also attracts water, so the areas which have been injected will become more hydrated — leaving you fresh-faced and youthful-looking.

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Who should get dermal fillers?

If you've noticed a loss of volume in your cheeks, or your lips have become noticeably smaller in recent years, then you'd be a good candidate for dermal fillers.

Not a problem for you? Sometimes, people get dermal fillers to improve their bone structure. Some clients have weak bone structures around the cheek or jaw, and book dermal filler treatments to plump and define these areas.

Dermal fillers can be injected all over the face, including to:

  • Add volume to lips
  • Plump out cheeks
  • Fill in lines on the forehead
  • Remove Marionette lines and nasolabial folds
  • Reduce the appearance of scars
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How we do it

After we assess your skin, and created your treatment plan, we'll create an appointment for your treatment. You'll arrive on the day, with no makeup on the area to be treated. Dr. Mobin Master or Registered Nurse Kristie Phillips, will apply a topical cream to numb the area. Then, using a needle, they'll insert the dermal filler solution in a series of tiny punctures.

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How to prepare for dermal filler treatments

You'll need to do a couple of things to prepare your skin before you receive the treatment.

  • Avoid alcohol the day before your treatment — even a glass of wine can cause excessive swelling
  • For a week before, avoid aspirin, exercise, and any other chemical peels or skin solution treatments

We'll give you a more detailed document with preparation and aftercare instructions when you come in for your consultation.

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How to take care of your skin post-treatment

For 24 hours after your treatment, you will need to:

  • Avoid alcohol and rigorous activities which will increase your blood pressure
  • Apply ice on and off for the first four hours to reduce swelling
  • Gently massage the treated areas at home, using a clean cloth, if you feel lumps and bumps

After the first 24 hours, you can continue to use cold compresses on and off to further reduce swelling. Don't take aspirin or anti-inflammatory medications, as these increase the potential for bruising.

If you have any questions or concerns post-treatment, you can call us or email us at any time, and we'll respond as soon as possible.

Before and after

Our clients love the results of our dermal filler treatments — see for yourself.

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Does it hurt to get dermal fillers?

We'd be lying if we said it was completely comfortable. When we insert dermal fillers, our clients sometimes report the feeling of a mosquito bite or slightly more intense stinging sensations.

What are the most common areas you treat?

We mostly recommend dermal fillers to firm up the jawline and cheeks. We also use it to treat bags below the eyes, or puffiness in that area.

How long do dermal fillers last?

It depends on the product, and the location. The parts of your face which experience a lot of movement are the most likely to dissolve the quickest. At the maximum effect, our dermal fillers last anywhere between 6 months to 18 months, according to the product used.

If you're getting dermal fillers for the first time, we'll start with a more temporary filler. Then, if you decide it's for you (and many of our clients do), we can move onto a longer-lasting product.

What do I need to know more before getting under-eye dermal fillers?

We'll need to conduct the initial consultation before making any decisions. Getting work done under the eyes is dependent on so many variables — age, skin type, diet, lifestyle, genetics... It's not a one-size-fits-all scenario.

Usually, we'll treat the cheeks and side of the eyes to draw attention away from the area beneath your eyes. We never fill in teardrops, or anywhere near the teardrops, due to complications.

Are dermal fillers instant?

Yes. Dermal fillers are instant, and you'll be able to see them working immediately after injection. It may take up to 4 weeks for the filler to reach full integration with the surrounding tissue.

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Suzy Lane is the go-to makeup artists for weddings and events. She runs her own business, and she knows that makeup works best on a healthy, bright face. She doesn't talk the talk, she walks the walk, too. She recently came in to receive anti-wrinkle injections by Dr. Master Mobin, and couldn't be happier.

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