Dermal Filler

Dermal filler is a smooth injectable gel made from hyaluronic acid; a substance we have in our skin that depletes with age. It can be used in many areas of the face to

  • Soften/remove moderate to severe facial wrinkles,
  • restore areas of volume loss such as nasolabial folds and marionettes lines
  • recreate, define, or enhance cheek
  • Define jawline
  • Enhance, define, and hydrate lips.
  • Correct tear trough volume deficiency (under eye area)
  • Volumize temple area
  • Soften smokers’ lines and restore ageing mouth area
  • Improve acne scarring

Hyaluronic acid is a very important natural component of the skin that gets depleted over time. Injectable Hyaluronic acid otherwise known as Dermal Filler functions as a space filler and cell protector that provides structure, volume, and hydration. When we lose this important component, the skin begins to lose its youthful contour and wrinkles, folds, creases, and other undesirable imperfections start to appear. A precise injection of the correct amount of dermal filler can be effective in correcting such age-related imperfections, maintaining youthful volume.

Using a fine needle or cannula, Dermal Filler is injected into the tissue at a specified depth. Anaesthetic is used to minimise discomfort during treatment.

In a consultation with one of our fully qualified and experienced cosmetic nurse injectors, we will discuss your concerns and a treatment plan will be made. Our nurses are experts in the industry with a known reputation for natural results, with the shared ethos that ‘The best work is undetectable’. You can trust us to give you the best result achievable with appearance medicine.

How much filler is required depends on the area and level of volume loss. Pricing depends on the area and dose required and will be discussed during consultation. We can also discuss our easy payment plans to make these treatments accessible and affordable.

All Cosmetic injectable procedures at Nelson Appearance Medicine are performed solely by fully qualified Registered Cosmetic Nurses who specialise in cosmetic medical procedures.