Lip Enhancements

 

Dermal Fillers

£275 for a 1ml Syringe

Fillers are a popular treatment used for softening wrinkles, laughter lines, facial lines and wrinkles caused naturally by ageing or sun exposure. Combined with a local anaesthetic, dermal fillers are injected into the skin to give your face a natural volume, leaving your skin plumped and youthful. They contain a synthetic version of hyaluronic acid, the sugar that is naturally contained within the skin.

Popular areas to add volume and fullness to include the lips, cheeks and bridge of the nose. For smoothing and plumping nasolabial lines (nose to mouth lines), marionette lines (lines from the corners of the mouth to the chin) and perioral lines(lines to the upper lip).

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT IS A ‘VIAL’ AND HOW MANY DO I NEED FOR MY TREATMENT?
A vial is simply a measurement of the dermal filler injectable liquid administered during treatment. Typically, nasolabial lines require 1-2 vials, marionette lines require 1 vial, lips require 1 – 2 vials and cheeks require 2 vials.
DO THEY HURT?
It may involve some slight pain or discomfort. Clients describe it as a tiny scratch as the needle goes in, with a slight stinging sensation as the filler is applied. I always apply a local anaesthetic to numb the area. Afterwards there may be some swelling or bruising. The swelling reduces within 48 hour; the bruising can take up to a fortnight.
WHAT HAPPENS AT MY FREE CONSULTATION?
It’s important to me that you achieve the results you want, and I believe this starts with the consultation. You will never be rushed and I will take the time to discuss aspects of your skin that you may be unhappy with, your desired results, costs and timings. My aim is for you to leave your consultation feeling confident, fully informed and looking forward to your treatment.
ARE FILLERS PERMENANT?
Permanent fillers available on the market, however I am not comfortable with their safety therefore we don’t use them at Anew Aesthetics . The results from our facial fillers are temporary and can be reversed if necessary with a special product called Hyalase.