As the skin ages, it gradually loses some of its collagen, hyaluronic acid and fat. These are the materials that prevent the skin from becoming droopy or saggy. Dermal fillers help to restore our skin to its former youthful appearance. We inject this material into the skin in areas you need to plump up again and look firmer.
Which one do you use?
There are many kinds of fillers, and new ones are coming onto the market every day. Generally, they consist of either collagen or hyaluronic acid and last between 6-12 months. Some common brand names include Teosyal, Restylane, Hydrafill, Juvederm and Radiesse. We use Teosyal, which is an Award Winning 100% hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler.
We use it as it is a non-animal product, Dermal Fillers. It causes less pain and swelling on injection. Moreover, it is very versatile, and it has a superb safety record. Furthermore, it is temporary, giving you the chance to reassess your needs in 6-12 months. Clinicians injected over 600 000 syringes before January 2008. Less than 1 in 20,000 reported any side effects, all of which were temporary and mild.
Which areas can be treated with Dermal Fillers?
Nasolabial lines (nose to cheek lines)
Diagonal lines from corner of mouth (marionette lines)
Vertical lines around mouth (smokers lines)
Horizontal brow lines
Scar treatment (including acne scars)
Does it hurt?
The injections usually last under 5 minutes. The needle is incredibly tiny, and pain is usually not an issue, especially after the numbing cream.
What are possible side effects of dermal fillers?
These are incredibly safe injections. There may be slight redness and swelling at the injection site. Occasionally there may be some minor bruising. This bruising generally subsides over 72 hours. You can avoid lumps at the injection site by massaging the product in.
When will I see results and how long will it last for?
The results are visible immediately. The degree of correction is dependent on the patient's wishes and the amount of product used. The result Dermal Fillers usually last 6-12 months.
A contraindication is when you should not consider dermal fillers:
Skin infection near the site of injection
Allergy to hyaluronic acid
Suppose you were taking clopidogrel, aspirin, high dose vitamin C or omega-three oils. In that case, you may need to stop those one week before your appointment, as long as it is not a medical contraindication.
Avoid wearing make-up until the next day to keep the area clean.
Do not use sunbeds, sauna, or steam room until any swelling has resolved after Dermal Fillers.
Aesthetic and Wellness
197 Acton Ln
Our company’s goal is to make sure that our clients enjoy their rejuvenation procedure of aesthetic medicine before they ever leave our facility. We do our best to help our clients and improve our practice. So the client’s happiness and privacy are our number one priorities. Rest assured that our clients enjoy and are safe during every treatment administered in our clinic.
Non-surgical aesthetic medicine at the Aesthetic and Wellness
Aesthetic and Wellness offers the best care to our clients as possible. We can say that because we believe in ensuring health, safety, comfort and successful rejuvenation procedures. Besides, we build up our confidence by providing that our practitioners are qualified and friendly. In addition, their qualifications are very high, and they can carry out their work in a safe and sanitary environment. We offer the procedures of aesthetic medicine. They help the client achieve and maintain a radiant appearance and youthful skin.
Some of the treatments and procedures available at our facility in Chiswick London include botulinum toxin (Bocouture) for wrinkle relaxation and hyperhidrosis-sweat reduction. Mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation, fat reduction and hair loss, Aqualyx for fat removal, chemical peels, hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers, Radiesse and Ellanse, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections and PDO threads non-medical facelift
Olena is a registered nurse and has a true passion for working in the field of non-surgical aesthetics and takes pride in professional and honest approach, and works with a no hard selling ethos.
She is an Advanced Practitioner for botulinum toxin A, PDO thread lifting, mesotherapy, chemical peels, PRP and a variety of dermal fillers and therefore able to offer an individualised therapy regime tailored to specific needs and requests.
As an Independent Nurse Prescriber Olena is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery council and insured through Hamilton and Fraser Insurance company and has received full training in the products she prescribes and uses
Mesotherapy is an aesthetic treatment which employs multiple injections of pharmaceutical and homoeopathic medications, plant extracts, minerals, hyaluronic acid, vitamins, amino acids and growth factors into the dermis of the skin to treat a variety of concerns …
Treatment with Botulinum Toxin Type A injections to relax facial wrinkles blocks muscular nerve signals, which then weakens the muscle so it can’t contract resulting in diminished unwanted facial wrinkles. The session may last up to thirty minutes.
Mesotherapy for fat and cellulite reduction is an aesthetic treatment where a specially prepared cocktail of vitamins, homoeopathic ingredients, amino acids and medications is injected into the problem areas resistant to diet and exercise.
A chemical peel is an effective treatment to reduce the appearance of the sun, age, pregnancy and acne-related hyperpigmentation by gently removing the outer layer of the skin, which is then rebuilt anew. One session lasts for thirty minutes.
Treatment of one area may last for up to one hour. Mesotherapy for fat and cellulite reduction is an aesthetic treatment where a specially prepared cocktail of vitamins, homoeopathic ingredients, amino acids and medications is injected into the problem areas that are resistant to diet and exercise.
The PDO thread introduction technology is based on natural skin tension lines, which also causes an effect similar to a surgical facelift. Thanks to the PDO threads, we can also limit the strength of facial muscles.