Dermal Fillers

  • Reduce static / ingrained lines

  • Lifts folds

  • Replace lost volume

  • Facial sculpting inc noses, chins, jaws, cheeks

  • Lip Fillers for fuller, plumper lips

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Dermal fillers are designed to soften static lines, lift folds and replace volume that has been lost under the skin.

Typically, this is performed where the indications are to replace what has been lost, (with age for example but also through extreme exercise or dieting). It is also often appropriate to enhance or alter features that were never there, or are sub-optimal. Examples of areas that the latter include:

  • Lips
  • Cheeks
  • Non-surgical rhinoplasty (nose reshape)
  • Chin

Dermal fillers can be used to target specific areas such as lines or folds, or where indicated we can use them to replace the volume that causes these concerns – frequently called the non-surgical or liquid facelift.

Radiesse & Sculptra

These are the non-HA fillers. They work by stimulating the skin to produce new collagen.

 

For more information on our Dermal and Lip fillers call us today on 01684 566789

Price

£300 – £450
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Recovery Time

Usually 30 minutes*. For lips, swelling can last several days.
*assuming no bruising.

Procedure Time

15 – 45 mins

Results Duration

6 to 18 months depending on several factors (to be discussed at consultation)

Mr A Rankin RegenixMr Andrew Rankin

Andrew not only has the knowledge and experience to achieve the result you’re looking for, he takes the time and care to listen and to understand. For continuity of care, you will always be seen by Andrew so that you can be confident of the same high standards consistently.
Andrew is at the forefront of the industry in terms of standard setting for education, for clinical practice and ultimately for patient safety in cosmetic medicine.

Our clients most common questions

What is a dermal filler, what’s the difference to Botox?
Botox is a medicine used to target specific muscles to limit their movement. A dermal filler is classified as a ‘medical device’. It is a gel which comes in a sterile pre-filled syringe (your syringe only) which we can implant by injecting into or under the skin.
What exactly is the hyaluronic acid used in fillers.
Hyaluronic acid, in terms of chemistry, is a type of sugar. It occurs naturally in the human body and indeed throughout nature. It has many purposes including acting as a lubricant, an antioxidant, it has a role in wound repair and provides resilience to the skin. It is constantly being made and broken down by the body. In dermal fillers, the hyaluronic acid is modified in manufacturing, making it into a gel which lasts longer when injected, but the body breaks it down and treats it as if it were its own.
Which brands of dermal filler do you use?

We use most of the top brands to ensure we have the right tool for the job:
Belotero. Restylane. Teosyal. Juvederm.

Can I choose which brand I prefer?

Not usually – unless there is a specific reason which we can discuss. I base the choice of filler on the following:

  • Proven safety profile.
  • Effectiveness.
  • Technical characteristics (rheology) which enable me to achieve specific results.
What size is a syringe of filler?
All fillers are 1ml, except Radiesse which is 1.5ml.
How can I be sure that I will still look natural?
Firstly, with the right choice of filler in the right quantity, we can be confident in achieving natural but effective results. Secondly, because results tend to improve further with continued use, in the longer term I will avoid undertaking further treatment until indicated. The stereotypical overdone look tends to be a result of cumulative treatments.
I’ve heard that fillers can be dissolved, is that correct?
Hyaluronic Acid fillers only can be dissolved and we have expertise in this. The procedure is relatively straightforward; however, it is not without risk.
Can dermal fillers move after they’ve been injected:
Due to the nature of anatomical structures, the use of a good quality product and correct injection technique, this is extremely unlikely to happen.
I’ve heard that fillers can look lumpy or blue through the skin. Could this happen?
With the correct choice of filler and the correct technique, this is easily avoided. It is a problem that is easily resolved (see ‘dissolved’ above).

Special Occasion?

angelaWhether it's a wedding, holiday or a big social event in the diary, at Regenix we understand how important it is to feel at your best. We would love to speak to you about an individualised treatment plan to help you prepare for that special occasion.

Call Angela on 01684 566 789 or send her a message, just click here to open our contact form and let her know what you have planned.

Would you like to talk to Mr Andrew Rankin in person?

He would be more than happy to sit down with you and cover which treatments would be best for you, simply click the link below and we will get you booked in for a free consultation.

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