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Dermal fillers – they’re one of the most popular aesthetic treatments around. And for good reason, too – most people are suitable for the procedure, and results are typically long-lasting. Here’s a bit more about them, as well as the process we offer here at our York cosmetic clinic.

What are dermal fillers made of?

They’re made of hyaluronic acid – a substance found naturally in our bodies that helps skin to retain moisture, ultimately helping it look (and feel) soft and smooth.

Why should I consider dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are extremely safe and extremely effective, too. We’ve carried out countless treatments, and our clients are highly satisfied with their results, which typically last up to 18 months. As well as enhancing your appearance, they can also boost your confidence, too.

What results can I expect from dermal fillers?

The treatment targets concerns like lines and wrinkles, as well as skin laxity. It can also be used to help shape and contour features like the cheeks and nose. Finally, you can have dermal fillers alongside other beauty treatments, too – just ask us, and we can advise on what’s suitable.

Why choose dermal fillers?

They’re a great alternative to invasive surgery, which comes with a lengthy recovery time and no way to adjust those final results. Fillers can built on for an enhanced look; can be topped up when results start to fade; and can even be dissolved, if you decide you don’t like them. There’s often little in the way of side-effects or downtime with dermal fillers, too.

Where can I have dermal fillers?

In many areas of the face, such as the cheeks, tear troughs, nose, around the lips, and even in the lips themselves. Dermal fillers have also been used to target lines and wrinkles in the hands, or to help plump the skin there (especially in cases where veins and tendons in the hands are highly visible).

How do I book a consultation?

That’s a great question, as it’s an essential first step on the road to treatment! All you need to do is visit our contact page, then get in touch in the way that suits you best – be it a call, email or filling out the online booking form. We’ll then get back to you to arrange your consultation here in York, where we can decide on appropriate treatments and set a date. We can’t wait to see you soon!