Dermal Fillers

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Signs of ageing are often more visible on the face then on other areas of the body. Hormonal changes can cause breakdowns in collagen levels, facial bone changes, and slacked facial ligaments. This makes the face look older and tired but there are a number of options to combat these common problems.

With the aid of injectable dermal fillers, we can address these signs of ageing with little to no downtime and recovery. 

Dermal fillers are designed to improve contours and restore volume to the face. Some of the problem areas that can be treated with dermal fillers include:

  • Sagging jowls
  • Marionette lines (extending from the corners of the mouth to the chin)
  • Frown lines
  • Thinning lips
  • Hollow cheeks
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Types of Dermal Filler Used at the Belvedere Clinic

Hyaluronic acid cosmetic fillers are injected beneath the skin; hyaluronic acid in the filler adheres to the skin as the water contained in the acid helps to retain volume under the skin’s surface. The acid acts as a magnet for water, which helps to preserve the renewed volume of the skin. Hyaluronic acid benefits from being a wholly natural substance with long lasting but non-permanent effects.

Collagen-based structural dermal fillers can immediately improve and refresh your appearance by smoothing out and softening unwanted facial lines, wrinkles, and folds and restoring structure and facial contour in volume-depleted areas. The visible, natural-looking results are achieved immediately, with minimal-to-no downtime, so you can get right back to your daily activities. These immediate results last for up to 12 months.

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Main Services Available

Service Product Duration Price
Cheeks & 0.5mL Lips
Juvederm Vycross 1.5mL
lasts up 18 months
From £399
Cheeks & Lips
Juvederm Vycross 2mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £679
Cheeks & Lips
Juvederm Vycross 3mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £849
Cheeks & Tear Troughs
lasts up to 12 months
From £575
Ultimate Cheeks
Juvederm Vycross 2mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £679
Cheeks & Jaw
Juvederm Vycross 3mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £849
Jaw Line
Juvederm Vycross Volux 2mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £749
Cheeks & Jaw Line Top Up
Juvederm Vycross 2mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £699
Mini Lift
Juvederm Vycross 3mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £849
Contour & Profile (for chin / jaw / cheeks / lips)
Juvederm Vycross 4mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £1099
Ultimate Facelift / The 7 Point Lift
Juvederm Vycross 5mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £1299
Men’s Jaw & Cheeks
Juvederm Vycross 2mL
lasts up to 18 months
From £699
Contour & Rejuvenate For Men
Juvederm Vycross 3mL
lasts up to 18 months for cheeks, jaw and chin
From £849
Radiant Skin
2 Profhilo treatments & 3 Redensity 1 treatments
From £999
Hand Rejuvenation
Course of 3
From £675

Miscellaneous Pricing

Service Price
Covid-19 rapid test
Nose enhancement consultation with specialist prescriber
Treatment with 1.0ml
from £600
Dissolving filler administered by Belvedere Clinic in case of complication
Dissolving filler administered by Belvedere Clinic if client doesn’t like aesthetic result
from £250
Dissolving filler administered by another clinic
from £300
Appointment cancellation with less than 24 hours’ notice/No show
Late or declined payment charge for scheduled monthly payment

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Dermal Fillers FAQs

It’s no surprise that people who are looking to reverse the physical effects of ageing have tried many different treatments, often without fully understanding the treatment process itself beforehand. While neurotoxins used to be the go-to treatment for anyone wanting to look younger, there has been a significant rise in the number of people using dermal fillers as a solution.

Our experts at Belvedere Clinic know just how important it is to fully understand any procedure before deciding to get it done.  If you are thinking about having this cosmetic surgery procedure, then below we offer you useful information on how they work, why you might choose to have facial fillers, and what happens afterwards.

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From as early as our twenties we start to lose around two percent of collagen per year. Collagen is responsible for keeping our skin firm and smooth. Facial fillers are most often used to get rid of wrinkles and to firm the skin around the jawline, eyes, and mouth by restoring this lost volume.

During the procedure, an anaesthetic cream may be applied, or a local anaesthetic injected to numb the chosen area. The facial filler is then injected into the skin in small amounts. The procedure may last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.

When you use a qualified and reputable cosmetic surgeon, the procedure should not hurt. The local anaesthetic should alleviate any discomfort, as should the expertise of the professional administering the injections. You will feel pressure, but it should not be painful.

After having facial fillers it is normal to have some redness, slight swelling and tenderness. But, this is generally short-lived and should fade after 24 hours. Sometimes there can be side effects, but these are usually very mild. They can include itching and slight bruising around the injection site.

You can pretty much carry on with your normal day after having facial fillers. It is advised that you should avoid alcohol, coffee and hot drinks directly following the procedure as the skin will be slightly sensitive.

Although it seems like a modern treatment, there are records of mixtures of vaseline and paraffin being injected to smooth wrinkles since the late 1800s. This practice was popular until the late 1920s when complications due to the compounds used became widely known. Today, modern techniques and solutions are much safer.

While many people only consider dermal fillers for their face, they can actually be used anywhere on the body! Fillers can be injected at other points to help smooth the appearance of wrinkles and hide veins and arteries which stand out. They have even been used to help solve droopy earlobes.

More men than ever before are getting dermal filler treatments. Figures (from 2015) suggest that there was a 6% increase in the UK of men having this procedure, and the trend looks set to continue. For men, a slightly different material is used in the filler, giving them a more chiseled appearance.

Given the vast number of celebrities that have dermal filler treatment, you might think that it costs a lot. However, the procedure can be surprisingly affordable, especially if you choose a clinic that prides itself on offering good quality services. As such, it is well worth investigating prices of clinics if you are at all interested in dermal fillers. Annually, more than two and a half million people undergo this procedure.

Before going ahead with facial fillers it is important to consider why you need them and whether they will give you the results you are hoping for. As such, you also need to be aware that most facial fillers are not permanent. Therefore, you will need top up treatments every 8 to 12 months. To learn more about the dermal fillers available at Belvedere Clinic, please do get in touch with us today.

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