We all want to look younger, but we want no one to know it’s due to enhancement. That’s where a natural approach to dermal fillers come into the picture.

Dermal filler injections are a fantastic cosmetic surgery alternative and are ideal for treating wrinkles, deep lines, volume loss and sagging skin.

Dermal filler treatments can contour and create volume, fill out lines and wrinkles and revitalise the skin. It can be used in many areas of the face including lips, cheeks, chin, jawline, nasolabial folds and marionette lines, as well as anywhere volume loss has occurred.

The Procedure
Treatable Areas
How It Works
FAQ’s

Dermal Fillers – The Procedure

Dermal Fillers are injected directly into the skin to provide instant correction. Many dermal fillers contain local anaesthetic to provide pain relief during the procedure, although some practitioners may apply a topical anaesthetic cream or ice prior to treatment for skin numbing. The procedure may be uncomfortable but is not usually painful. Certain areas, such as the lips, are more sensitive. It is also dependent upon the person.

Treatable Areas with Dermal Fillers?

  • To correct or enhance facial contours, cheeks, temples, jawline, nose, chin
  • To define, correct or enhance lips
  • To soften and correct facial wrinkles or folds
  • To restore lost volume in hands; to reduce the appearance of veins and tendons
  • To improve the tone, texture and hydration of the skin

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Want to see what we can do?

At Facial Rejuve we have a highly experienced team who can help you today.

Make an Appointment

How Do Dermal Fillers Work?

Dermal fillers are natural or synthetic gels that are injected into the skin to volumize, lift, and improve the appearance of lines. The vast majority of dermal fillers are completely biodegradable and temporary; however, there are some permanent fillers available as well. Fillers are an excellent option for individuals looking to address deep lines without going in for a risky and long-recovery surgery.

FAQ’s

Who is suitable?

Your practitioner will take a detailed medical history and an assessment of your needs and expectations to ensure this is an appropriate treatment for you. This must be a nurse, doctor, dentist or prescribing pharmacist with specialised training, qualified to prescribe.

  • Dermal fillers cannot be used in pregnant or breast- feeding women.
  • Not suitable if you are currently taking certain medicines, particularly drugs that affect the immune system.
  • If you have previously experienced adverse reactions to dermal fillers or local anaesthetic
  • Treatment is not recommended if you are suffering from any skin infection in or near the treatment area, or if you are unwell in any way (even a cold).
  • Not suitable for patients with bleeding problems.
  • If you are taking any medicines that affect bleeding, such as aspirin or warfarin.
  • If you are currently, or have recently, completed a course of Roaccutane (acne treatment in the last 18 months.
Results/How long does it last for?

Depending on the product used and the area treated, results may last from 4 months to in excess of a year.

Does it hurt?

Many dermal fillers contain local anaesthetic to provide pain relief during the procedure, although some practitioners may apply a topical anaesthetic cream or ice prior to treatment for skin numbing.

The procedure may be uncomfortable, but it is not usually painful. Certain areas, such as the lips, are more sensitive.

Before Treatment

Fillers are a little more involved than Botox, which is why you do need to plan accordingly before you come in for your facial rejuvenation. Do not schedule your treatment when you have an important event or holiday/trip planned within the next 4 weeks. Bruising and swelling can take time to settle and may be prolonged or worsened with exposure to heat and the sun. Vigorous exercise should be avoided for 48 hours or until any initial side effects settle. Should you have a problem, your practitioner will need to see you in order to provide corrective treatment or advise you.

After Treatment

Most people can continue with normal activities. Some will have redness, pin- prick marks, or swelling (particularly following a lip treatment), which should settle within a few days. Cold packs may be advised to help alleviate swelling and arnica may be recommended to reduce bruising. Your practitioner will provide you with aftercare advice.

Bruising and swelling may be more apparent the next day and can take up to 14 days to disappear. Tenderness should settle within 48 hours.

After treatment, it is expected you will see an improvement straight away. However, although due to initial swelling, the product may feel hard, d or lumpy, or asymmetrical immediately afterwards. The final results are best judged at a 2-week review appointment. Get ready for younger, healthier, and smoother looking skin today!

Start Your Journey

Facial Rejuve Clinic  offers a diverse range of aesthetic treatments to showcase your skin at its very best. Speak to one of our staff members today to start your own journey
(01) 271 3399
info@facialrejuve.ie

Start Your Journey

Facial Rejuve Clinic  offers a diverse range of aesthetic treatments to showcase your skin at its very best. Speak to one of our staff members today to start your own journey

(01) 271 3399
info@facialrejuve.ie