treatment-Injectable Fillers

Injectable Fillers

Soft tissue fillers are injectable gels used to temporarily ‘fill in’ lines and wrinkles, and restore lost volume.

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Areas typically treated include:

  • Frown lines
  • Deep lines between your nose and lips
  • Jowls
  • Under eye hollows
  • Lip enhancement
  • Back of hands
  • Décolletage (chest area)
  • Hollow cheeks
  • ‘Smile lines’
  • Sleep lines
  • Cheek wrinkles

Endorsed by leading dermatologists and plastic surgeons.

** Please be sure to check which treatments are offered at the individual clinics as some treatments are only available at certain branches **




What can I expect during the treatment?

Using a fine needle, the administering doctor will gently injected the gel filler into the skin.

Is the treatment painful?

Injections may cause some discomfort during and after the injection. A topical anaesthetic may be applied to the area before treatment area to minimise discomfort. Dental blocks may also be used.

How long do results last?

The effects of fillers are long lasting but not permanent.  Duration of results is dependant on many factors including such as skin type, lifestyle, age, the degree of patient expectation the injection technique. Generally fillers last up to a year – some even as long as 18 months. Lip enhancement generally requires a follow up after 6 months

What are the side effects?

As with all skin injection procedures there is a risk of infection. The doctor may inject into a blood vessel, which can bruise the skin.

Are there any precautions or contraindications with Fillers?

Fillers should not be used by people with bleeding disorders.  Injections should not be made anywhere except the skin or just under the skin.  Fillers should not be used by people with a known allergy to lidocaine. Areas to be avoided: skin sores, pimples, rashes, hives, cysts, or infections.

Products or medication used to thin the blood or prevent clotting like Omega 3, Arnica, Asprin etc should be avoided before being injected.

Pregnant, breastfeeding or patients under 18 years, should not use injectable fillers.