Filler for face could mean a whole plethora of things: generally speaking, a facial filler is anything that volumises and adds structure. In the past, dermal fillers were primarily made of collagen, and had a reputation for being quite clunky. However, these days dermal fillers are much smoother and sleeker, and the way we use them in cosmetic surgery is much more effective and advance.
Rather than treating in the old way, which was very ad hoc and at random, PHI Clinic utilises the most advanced injectable techniques and the best hyaluronic acid dermal fillers on the market, from Allergan. They are called Juvéderm, which encompasses the VYCROSS range, Volift, Volbella and Voluma. They are sleek and malleable, meaning results are much more natural-looking and elegant than previously. They also have lidocaine built in, so the patients experience is much more comfortable.
How many sessions will I need to have?
We use only hyaluronic acid dermal fillers at PHI Clinic. They are made from a naturally-occurring molecule that is already existent in our bodies. They are not permanent, but they are long-lasting. This means that treatment is ongoing.
How long does dermal filler last?
On average, these dermal fillers last between 12-18 months, but there is precedence of them lasting up to 2 years.
Who will carry out my treatment?
At PHI Clinic, injectable treatments, such as dermal filler and Botox, are only carried out by our aesthetic doctors.
Dr Tapan Patel is our Medical Director and Owner, and is one of the most sought-after injectable doctors in the UK. He has over 19 years’ experience as an aesthetic doctor, regularly performing these treatments on patients. He also teaches on the international stage and is a Key Opinion Leader for Allergan, the company that produce the dermal fillers we use here at PHI Clinic.
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