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How do dermal fillers work?

As we age, we start to lose volume in certain areas of the face which can make us look tired and sunken. This is caused by the body’s decreased ability to produce collagen and elastin.

Unlike wrinkles which require muscle relaxants to soften them, facial volume and folds require a dermal filler to help re-volumise and hydrate the area.

Made from a natural sugar already present in the human body – our dermal fillers are an affordable way to replicate the function of this naturally occurring substance and can restore fullness and volume in numerous facial areas.

Where they work

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  • Cheeks

  • Chin

  • Jaw Re-Shaping

  • Jowls

  • Lip Borders + Volume

  • Lip Lines

  • Corner of the Mouth

  • Nasolabial Folds

  • Tear Troughs

  • Temple

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Over time the cheek fat pad or ‘malar fat pad’ starts to drop as a result of volume loss. This can have considerable effect on other areas of your face. Dermal fillers can help to define your cheekbone and fill in areas as volume diminishes.


The chin can appear too small or hidden in the lower region of the face. Dermal fillers in the chin can provide elongation of the face and in some cases, can provide the look of a more defined profile.

Jaw Re-Shaping

When the jaw appears. Dermal filler can be used around the jaw to enhance the shape of the jawline.


Jowls, or sagging of the lower face is caused by a loss of collagen and elastin creating an ageing effect. Fillers in this area help to re-create a jawline and restore facial harmony.

Lip Borders + Volume

There are many attributes that make lips appealing including the border, volume, balance and symmetry. Dermal fillers can both enhance a younger lip and volumise the aging lip.

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Lip Lines

Vertical lip lines appear on the top and bottom lip. The appearance of these lines can be vastly improved with Dermal filler.

Corner of the Mouth

This area can become more apparent and begin to turn down as a result of pressure from the mid face and the constant pull of a muscle known as the Depressor Anguli Oris. This can make the face look sad and aged.

Nasolabial Folds

These folds start at the sides of the nose and run down to the corners of the mouth. As your cheek descends, it can exaggerate these lines creating deeper folds. Dermal fillers support this area and re-harmonise the mid face.

Tear Troughs

Tear troughs, or dark circles under the eyes, can be due to volume loss in that region, making you look older and tired. Filler in this area helps recreate the free flowing transition from the eyes to the cheek.


The temple area loses volume as we age and can create the appearance of hollowing in the upper face. Dermal fillers can be used to re-volumise this region.

Lips Borders Volume
Lips Borders Volume

Treatment options

Dermal fillers can be used to re-volumise many facial regions, and different products are used depending on the desired effects.

Areas such as the lips require a softer product that ensures the results are subtle and natural.

However in areas that need structural reinforcement – such as the lateral cheek and jaw – denser filler is used.

Dermal fillers are most effective when combined with anti-wrinkle injections to aid in the prevention of wrinkles and volume loss, as well as the reduction of the visible signs of ageing.

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