Non surgical nose correction with Radiesse
Dermal fillers are products that are used to treat depressions on the skin, such as wrinkles and folds. Dermal filler such as Juvederm', Belotero', PureSence' and Restylane' material is a specially formulated type of hyaluronic acid (HA).
It's a natural, biodegradable gel that flows easily and smoothly into the skin, instantly filling out depressions, contours an the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, or folds; the dermal filler products can also be used to enhance the shape and appearance of the lips, cheek augmentation, non surgical nose re-modeling, scars filling, tear through, hands rejuvenation and overall large-scale facial remodeling (beautification/male features enhancement).
An injectable implant such as Radiesse or Ellanse combines the benefits of both immediate correction of folds and wrinkles as well as stimulating the generation of the body's own natural collagen with a longer lasting results.
Juvederm 3 - 1 syringe £250
Radiesse 1.5 ml - 1syringe £450
Ellanse S 1ml - 1 syringe £350
Juvederm Voluma 2ml syringe £500
Restylane SubQ 2 ml 1 syringe £500
£50 discount is given on 2nd syringe
Dermal fillers used to treat wrinkles are bio-stimulants of the body’s own collagen and consist of non-animal based hyaluronic acid which is a substance that is naturally present in living cells. Filler injected into the skin in small amounts with a very fine needle and have a lasting result of up to 6-12 months and even longer after subsequent treatments. Hyaluronic acid can be used as wrinkle filler, fold filler (Nasio-Labial Grove) or for lip augmentation.
WHAT ARE THEY?
Which one do you use?
Which areas can be treated with dermal filler?
- Nasolabial lines (nose to cheek lines)
- Diagonal lines from corner of mouth (marionette lines)
- Vertical lines around mouth (smokers lines)
- Frown lines
- Horizontal brow lines
- Scar treatment (including acne scars)
Does it hurt?
What are possible side effects of dermal fillers?
When will I see results and how long will it last for?
- Breast feeding
- Skin infection near the site of injection
- Allergy to hyaluronic acid
- Taking warfarin
- If you taking clopidogrel, aspirin, high dose vitamin C or omega 3 oils these may need to be stopped 1 week prior to your appointment, as long as it is not medically contraindicated.
- Avoid wearing make-up until the next day to keep the area clean.
- Do not use sunbeds, sauna, steam room until any swelling has resolved.
About your Aesthetic Practitioner
- Advanced DipHE in Adult Nursing 2005
- BSC Hons in Midwifery 2008
- Independant Non Medical & Supplementary Nurse Prescriber
- Advanced Facial Aesthetics
- Advanced Dermal Fillers & Botox
- Mesotherapy Face & Body Chemical
- Peel Neostrata & G/O Therapeutics