- Restore & Enhance Your Features
- Add Volume To Lip or Cheeks
- Look More Youthful
Injectable dermal fillers are an increasingly popular cosmetic procedure that can help you achieve a more youthful appearance. Dermal fillers work by plumping up your skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and lines, as well as filling in recessed areas such as nasolabial folds.
There are many different types of injectable dermal filler on the market today, each with its unique properties and results.
At Colaz, our cosmetic doctors and nurses will ensure you receive your desired results comfortably and effectively.
Dermal fillers can be used to enhance many different areas of the face, including:
The treatment itself is a relatively straightforward procedure. You will receive a full consultation from discussing your desired outcome. The filler is injected into the desired area using a fine needle or cannula, and the results are almost instantaneous. You will be able to see and feel the difference right away.
Most dermal filler treatments take less than 30-45 minutes to complete, and you can resume your normal activities immediately afterwards. There is minimal downtime and recovery period required.
Lip fillers – up to 1 ml
Lip fillers up to 2ml
8 point facelift
Jawline up to 1 ml
Jawline up to 2 ml
Chin Enhancement 1 ml
Chin Enhancement 2ml
£400 – £1000
Consultation fee is redeemable against treatment otherwise non refundable.
As with any medical procedure, there is always a risk of side effects. However, most dermal filler treatments are very safe and cause few problems. The most common side effects are minor bruising, swelling, and redness that resolves within 5-14 days.
More severe side effects may occur in rare cases, such as infection, occlusion, or an allergic reaction. You will be given full instructions on how to care for your skin after treatment and what to look out for in the event of any problems.
The results from dermal fillers vary from patient to patient, depending on several factors. However, most dermal fillers last from around six months to 18 months with proper aftercare and maintenance treatments.
Dermal fillers can be made from several different materials, including hyaluronic acid brands such as Juvederm, calcium hydroxyapatite (CaHA) brands such as Radiesse, poly-L-lactic acids (PLA) brand such as Sculptra, polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) brand such as Bellafill, and more.
At CoLaz Advanced Aesthetic Clinics, we only use the top brands such as Juvederm range and Pluryal. These are fillers based on hyaluronic acid, filling lost volume and remodelling facial contours.
After a dermal filler treatment, you will be swollen and bruised for a few days. You should avoid exercise or strenuous activity in the first 24 hours after your procedure to reduce any chance of bruising. However, most patients resume their normal activities within one to two days post-treatment.
Anti-wrinkle injections temporarily reduce muscle activity to treat wrinkles or lines. Dermal fillers are typically injected in areas where volume has been lost, such as the mid-face, lips and around the eyes.
Because dermal fillers are made of hyaluronic acid and are only temporary, they degrade over time. As the filler is used up or broken down by your body, volume decreases, wrinkles reappear, and you may feel the desire to redo the fillers or require a top-up. Fillers can be topped up to improve the results between treatments and maintain results.
Yes, you can combine dermal filler treatments with other procedures such as anti-wrinkle injections, chemical peels and laser skin resurfacing. This will help to achieve the best possible results for your individual needs.
At CoLaz, we offer a range of dermal fillers to give you a more natural look. However, suppose you are looking for more holistic and realistic results. In that case, you may be more suitable for Profhilo treatments which stimulate the body's natural collagen production in the skin for a smoother, firmer appearance.
Dermal fillers are not for everyone. Some people may be allergic to the material used in dermal fillers, and others might experience a problem with their body's ability to heal from an injection site. Your medical history will be discussed during consultation to see if you are suitable for the procedure