Dermal fillers are an incredibly popular treatment that is used to elevate your facial features and soft tissue in the face such as the cheeks and lips. With dermal fillers being the talk of the town in recent months, the chances of you or someone who you may know that has had the thought of dermal fillers cross their mind will be relatively high. Here at Skin Doctor, we offer multiple treatments for dermal fillers in Leeds, York, Manchester and London.
What areas do they treat?
Dermal fillers rose to popularity because of its flexibility in how and where they can be utilised within the body. Although they are commonly known to treat fine lines and wrinkles on the face, they are also able to attend other areas of the body.
Nasolabial lines, which run from the nostrils to the corners of your mouth and marionette lines which are vertices lines that extend from the outer corners of the mouth down to the jawline on either side of the chin. Dermal fillers are used to fill in the wrinkles and folds while improving skin texture and flexibility providing a smoother and plump feel between the nose and mouth.
Forehead Lines / Tear Troughs
Tear trough filler is an advanced injecting technique that helps to improve the appearance of sunken, tired, and hollow-looking eyes. This treatment carefully places dermal filler beneath the eyes to add more volume and substance which can help it to appear ‘thicker’ as it aims to plump the skin and create more substance between your muscles and the surface of the skin.
If your nose currently makes you unhappy and you wish for it to be altered but want to avoid a surgical procedure, then dermal fillers may be your best solution as they are simply injected into the nose to smooth out slight bumps in the bridge and fill any deficits that are visible.
This is another common and popular area for treatment due to the simple fact of ageing. As we age, we lose the volume of our cheeks and it’s declining skin quality pulls this area downwards, which leads to loss of facial structure in areas such as the cheek bones and also contributes to jowls in the lower face. Dermal filler injections in these areas can help to add more contour to the cheeks as well as filling unwanted hollows to bring back the rejuvenated feel to your cheeks.
Classed as one of the most well-known uses of the filler, the lips are injected with dermal filler within the body of the lip or to boost the plumpness on the border of the lips to increase definition.
Earlobes can show signs of ageing and can become droopy and wrinkly and dermal fillers can assist with offering an efficient fix by targeting the wrinkles and sagging skin ensuring that your earlobes are much nicer to the eye.
Now knowing the multi purposes of dermal filler and what it has to offer you can enquire online today to book your consultation here.