Dermal Fillers

Regain that youthful appearance.


Frequently asked questions

What are dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are used to achieve realistic results by returning the volume in areas that it has been lost, mainly due to the ageing process, such as around the mouth and nose (naso-labial lines/folds and marionette lines).

Please go to Lip Augmentation for dermal fillers for the lips.

What is in a dermal filler?

Dermal fillers contain Hyaluronic Acid (HA). When we are young, our faces contain a large amount of HA, this is seen in the faces of children/babies (smooth, flawless skin). As we age, the amount of HA in our skin slowly reduces, causing us to develop fine lines, wrinkles and skin folds.
Injecting dermal fillers replaces this lost HA.

What are the benefits?

A safe and simple procedure using the natural gel of HA to smooth out wrinkles, folds or scars to give your face a younger, refreshed appearance.

An example of the smoothing of a nasolabial fold.

What is the treatment process like?

You will first have an in-depth consultation with Ayumah so that you can discuss your wishes with her.

Ayumah will apply some numbing cream to the areas to be treated so that the experience is comfortable. This will be left on for 20 minutes before being cleaned off and your treatment carried out.

What can I expect after the treatment?

Results are immediate, however you will see the best results approx. 2 weeks after the treatment, once the initial swelling has reduced.

After the treatment you can apply cold compresses to the areas treated if any pain is felt.

What are the risks in this treatment?

Like all injectable treatments, bruising, swelling, infection, vascular compromise and nerve damage are potential risks. An allergic reaction to the products used is also a potential risk, it is important for all clients to be open and honest before any treatment and follow the aftercare advice to minimise these risks.

When should I not have dermal fillers?

Patients with a known allergy to hyaluronic acid based products should not undergo treatment, nor should patients with bleeding disorders, or active skin disease such as inflammation, infection or tumors in or near the area to be treated. Discuss contraindications, warnings and precautions with your healthcare practitioner before any treatment. You should not consider dermal fillers of any kind if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

How much does it cost?

Naso-labial lines - £120
(lines that run from the corners of the nose to the corners of the mouth)
Marionette lines - £120
(lines that run from the corners of the mouth down to the chin) Oral commissures - £120
(downturned smile)
3 point filler treatment - £300 (all of the above) A booking fee of 30% the total cost of the treatment is required upon booking to secure your appointment. This is deducted from the total cost of your treatment. Please see our Terms and Conditions for further information.