Impressions of beauty change with time, as do our faces as we age. Over time our skin looses volume, which can create folds in the skin, with our range of dermal fillers, you can have a natural beauty lift with the body's own material. Our dermal fillers Surrey treatments are all carried out at our Chertsey surgery where you can relax and unwind whilst our trained therapists complete your chosen cosmetic treatment.
All our injectable fillers are based on a natural substance, called hyaluronic acid which is a crystal-clear, non-animal, bio-degradable gel.
The gel is injected into the skin in tiny amounts with a very fine needle. The result is instant and produces a long-lasting, natural enhancement which is gentle and safe to your skin.
From gently lifting and smoothing away lines and wrinkles, defining facial features, to enhancing lips that you'll love, there is a Restylane™ dermal filler that can meet your needs.
What are dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are a range of synthetic or natural substances that are used for soft tissue augmentation. In many cases this is an aesthetic choice for women and men alike who are looking to counter some skin conditions that normally occur with ageing. Dermal fillers, such as as the Restylane can be used to smooth out unwanted, lines, wrinkles and folds, as well as restore and replace volume to facial features such as the cheeks and chin, and lips.
How does it work? Restylane™ works by temporarily adding volume to facial tissue. The effect lasts for about 6 -8 months.
When is it used? Restylane™ is injected by a doctor into areas of facial tissue where moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds occur.
What will it accomplish? Restylane™ will help smooth moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds. In a clinical study most patients needed one injection to achieve optimal wrinkle smoothing; about one-third of patients needed more than one injection to get a satisfactory result. The smoothing effect lasted about six months.
Side effects of Restylane™ include:
When should it not be used?
Restylane™ should not be used in patients who have: