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Dermal fillers are a highly effective non-surgical method for facial rejuvenation, smoothing out deep lines, such as nose to mouth lines to restore a softer and more youthful appearance.
The new generation of deep and long-lasting fillers, such as Juvederm Ultra® and Juvederm Vycross range® allow larger areas such as cheekbones, jaw, chin or facial hollows to be filled, with results lasting up to 18 months. These soft-tissue fillers have a plumping and restore the lost volume.
Dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid which is a natural substance in the skin that delivers nutrients, helps the skin retain moisture and softness, and adds volume.
Dermal fillers are a popular option for smoothing fine lines and tell-tale wrinkles. We aim for a natural, soft look that gives you a refreshed appearance.
Our skin contains a naturally occurring substance known as hyaluronic acid, but over time the level of this substance in our skin reduces and the skin can lose its shape and volume. This effect, combined with muscle activity, contributes to the development of unwanted lines and wrinkles, especially in the lower part of the face.
Dermal fillers should only be administered only by a qualified aesthetic practitioner at Symétrie we undertake a full assessment of suitability prior to treatment, discuss any potential side effects and then discuss the areas you would like to be treated they can be used to improve:
- Acne scars
- Depressions or pockmarks in the skin due to injury or disease, for example, chickenpox marks
- Unevenness in the skin after surgery or skin grafting
- Deep ‘smile lines’ which run from the side of the nose to the corners of the mouth
- ‘Crows feet’ at the corner of the eyes
- ‘Frown lines’ between the eyebrows
- ‘Smokers lines’ Lipstick lines which are vertical lines on the top lip
- ‘Marionette lines’ at the corner of the mouth
- ‘Worry lines’ which run across the forehead
- The definition of the lip border
- Other facial lines.
Lip augmentation – from £275
Naso-labial lines – from £350
Marionette lines – from £350
Cheek augmentation – from £350
Temple rejuvenation – from £400
‘Lipstick lines’ – from £350
Tear troughs – from £400
Jawline enhancement – P.O.A
Chin re-profiling – from £350
Hand rejuvenation – P.O.A
Décolletage – from £350
Nose augmentation – from £450
These prices are a guide to costs only, each individual treatment varies.
Dermal fillers should always be performed by an experienced medically qualified practitioner. Complications are rare, but generally there may be some temporary redness, bruising, swelling and mild pain.