Dermal Fillers

Derma Fillers at Eden Skin & Laser Clinic

Dermal fillers help skin that has been damaged from the sun, smoking and ageing skin which loses much of its elasticity and fullness. This is due to the loss of natural product within the skin called Hyaluronic Acid. Deep lines can occur and can result in a tired appearance.

Dermal fillers are used to replace the Hylauronic Acid in the skin, plump out wrinkles and make the skin look smoother and younger. This procedure involves the application of anaesthetic cream prior to the Hyaluronic Acid being inected under the skin.

Popular areas for dermal fillers are:

  • Nasolabial Lines: Lines from the nose to the mouth where deep creasing can occur.
  • Glabellar Lines: Lines caused by frowning which are not removed by botox.
  • Marionette lines: Lines running from the corners of the mouth towards the chin causing deep creases
  • Peri-Oral Lines: Lines around the mouth usually caused by smoking- a combination of botox and hyaluronic acid fillers will usually give best results in this area
  • Cheeks: The ‘apples’ of the cheeks can be lost through ageing and loss of collagen causing drooping and a tired appearance. Dermal fillers injected deeper into the cheeks helps to restore the volume and contours, lifting the face and giving a more rounded, youthful look. Lifting the cheek area can also sometimes reduce the severity of naso-labial lines

Dermal fillers can also be used to enhance a thin lip line (vermillion border) and the body of the lip to give definition and fullness which can be lost through ageing.

Dermal fillers are temporary with the effects lasting up to 1 year, although individuals will break down the product at different rates. There are no permanent effects from dermal fillers and the treatment is reversible.

All our products are manufactured from reputable pharmacuetical companies. Dermal fillers are treatments that can be done in approximately 1 hour  making them quick and convenient for todays busy lives.

How much does it cost?

Price: Per ml of dermal filler, €350. 2nd syringe, €300.

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