Dermal Filler Treatments

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Non-Surgical Nose Job

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Lip Filler

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Tear Trough Rejuvenation

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Cheek Filler

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Chin Filler

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Jaw Filler

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Temple Filler

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Corners of Mouth

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Smokers Lines

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Mouth to Nose Lines

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Mouth to Chin Lines

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Non-Surgical Facelift

  • Cost

    Dermal Filler starts at £125 depending on area and amount of product needed

  • Results

    Dermal fillers are instant but true results will be seen approximately 2 weeks post-treatment once the product has settled

  • Downtime

    You will be slightly red and there will also be some swelling which will subside a couple of days after treatment

  • Aftercare

    Treatment aftercare provided

What are Dermal Fillers?

Dermal filler is made up of hyaluronic acid, a natural substance found within us which causes us to look plump and youthful when we are young. As we age collagen starts to break down which reduces the volume behind our skin. Re-introducing the hyaluronic acid using dermal filler treatment can plump out deep skin folds whilst also enhancing and sculpting the face giving an overall lifting effect.

The Dermal Filler Treatment

Your medical practitioner will discuss your medical history and expectations from the treatment. Once you are both happy they will continue their facial assessment and plan where the product will be placed for optimum results. The treatment itself will take about 30-45 minutes but this can differ depending on where you are having the dermal filler treatment. Once you have had your treatment you will be slightly red and there will also be some swelling which will subside a couple of days after treatment. True results will be seen approximately 2 weeks post-treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

The procedure may cause minor discomfort or stinging but does not cause major pain as such a fine needle is used.

Most people can have dermal filler with the exclusion of certain medical conditions which can be discussed with our advisors. You should also not have this procedure if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

This will vary depending on the individual and the area treated; however generally speaking the dermal fillers last around 6-9 months. This can also differ on the area treated. For example, the nose is static compared to the lips meaning the dermal fillers will break down quicker in the lip area.

If you would like your treatment to be reviewed by our practitioners, this can take place 2-3 weeks post treatment, which we offer free of charge.

Following the procedure, there may be some slight tenderness and very occasionally there may be some bruising at the injection site, however these symptoms will dissipate quickly. In the lips, you may experience swelling for a short period of time after the procedure. We recommend that any vigorous activity or exercise is avoided for the first 24-48 hours following the procedure

We only use the Juvederm range of dermal fillers at Cosmetic Courses which are the market-leading dermal filler brand in the UK at present.

For a standard filler around the mouth or lip filler appointment, one syringe would be adequate. If you are looking for a more obvious result, or perhaps are having a larger area treated, there is the chance that you may require more than one syringe, so we do recommend bearing this is mind when considering the total treatment cost.

To book an appointment you will first need to speak to an advisor you can contact the team directly on 01844 390110 / [email protected]