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Prem-Aesthetics & Dermatology

[4 miles from Bishops Stortford]

Prem Aesthetics & Clinical Dermatology is a clinic dedicated to the promotion and preservation of healthy skin: the largest organ in the human body.[READ MORE]


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4 Forelands Place, Bell Street, Sawbridgeworth, CM21 9QD

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DR MEDISPA

[16 miles from Bishops Stortford]

Dr Medispa is a Leading clinic that provides a first class service at affordable prices in luxury surroundings. Offering a tempting selection of treatments and procedures from conventional beauty ...[READ MORE]


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8 Forest Road, Loughton, IG10 1DX

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Skin Sense GP Clinic

[16 miles from Bishops Stortford]

Dr Soumya Lanka MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, DCH is a fully qualified GP and Aesthetic Doctor from a Surgical background. She has worked at the prestigious St Andrews burns and plastics unit at Broomfiel...[READ MORE]


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Skin Sense,, 27 Springfield Lyons Approach, Chelmsford, CM2 5LB

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Woodford Medical Aesthetics Cambridge

[17 miles from Bishops Stortford]

The clinic in Sawston Cambridge was established in 2003 by Dr Hilary Allan. Since then, she has taken it from strength to strength and today she spearheads a successful and booming clinic for her di...[READ MORE]


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1a Langford Arch, London Road, Sawston, CB22 3FX

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Dr Holmes Anti Ageing Clinic

[18 miles from Bishops Stortford]

Located in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, Dr Holmes Anti-Ageing Clinic is easily accessible from Chigwell, Enfield & Loughton. Whilst he offers anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers, he also offers ...[READ MORE]


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Al-fa Perio Clinic, 48a Queens Road, Buckhurst Hill, Essex, IG9 5BY

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The Aesthetic Medispa Essex

[18 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 2 Review(s)

In 2001, Dr Samantha Gammell, leading Harley Street Cosmetic Doctor and former President of The British College of Aesthetic Medicine, created The Hadleigh Clinic – a multi award winning clinic. Due...[READ MORE]


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102 -104 Queens Road, Buckhurst Hill, Essex, IG9 5BS

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Cambridge Clear Beauty

[19 miles from Bishops Stortford]

At our Cambridge aesthetic clinic Mr Tariq Ahmad aspires to offer patients the widest array of cosmetic surgery and aesthetic procedures possible, all performed with the highest level of skill and...[READ MORE]


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Unit G South Cambs Business Park, Babraham Road, Sawston, CB22 3JH

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Facial Aesthetics

[20 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 97 Review(s)

At Facial Aesthetics (Best Clinic South England 2023) we pride ourselves on delivering exceptionally high patient care where the patient is our focus. All treatments are overseen by Julie Scott (RGN...[READ MORE]


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The Clinic, Park House, Park Road, Rivenhall, CM8 3PS

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Woodford Medical Aesthetics Essex

[20 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

At Woodford Medical we are a professional and trusted partnership who have worked in the aesthetic and cosmetic industry since 1995. What distinguishes us here at Woodford Medical is that we aim to ...[READ MORE]


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141 Main Road, Danbury, Chelmsford, CM3 4AA

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Fox Medical Aesthetics

[20 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 5 Review(s)

As a Save Face accredited clinic you can be assured that you will receive a comprehensive service, in a relaxed, friendly and safe professional environment. [READ MORE]


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47a Bancroft, Hitchin, SG5 1LA

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The Facial Aesthetic Skin Clinic

[20 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

The Face offers a professional and friendly service to help you feel fabulous. Lead by IAAFA award winning Christina Cope, a member of GDC & Save Face. Offering facial aesthetic treatments from a...[READ MORE]


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15 Radford Way, Billericay, CM12 0AA

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Felsted Aesthetic Lounge

[20 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 2 Review(s)

Welcome to Felsted Aesthetics Lounge. My name is Danielle Bunn and I’m the Sole Practitioner. I’ve been a registered nurse for over 12 years, originally working within acute medicine at Bro...[READ MORE]


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Edwards House, Braintree Road, Felsted, CM12 9EE

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Skin Enhance And Wellness

[20 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 2 Review(s)

My passion is to help my patients enhance themselves in the most natural and safest way. Patients will only ever see me for a consultation and I only use the best and safest products in the market f...[READ MORE]


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2 King Georges Court, High Street, Billericay, CM12 9BY

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The AL5 Aesthetics

[22 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 10 Review(s)

The AL5 Aesthetics clinic is a luxury aesthetics medi Spa in harpenden, herts offering a wide variety of cutting edge and bespoke face and body treatments and training courses.[READ MORE]


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Westley House, 42 Cold Harbour Lane, Harpenden, AL5 4UN

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The Body Work Clinic

[22 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 10 Review(s)

We understand that reaching your body goals can be difficult; and lack of time is amongst various other obstacles preventing accomplishment. We offer the tools you need to assist and accelerate th...[READ MORE]


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Lower Ground Floor, 7 Brooklands Ave, Cambridge, CB2 8BB

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Harpenden Skin Clinic

[22 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 7 Review(s)

Harpenden Skin Clinic located in Harpenden, Hertfordshire specialises in facial aesthetics. The clinic is ideally situated to serve the towns of Luton, Stevenage & St Albans. Harpenden Skin Clinic of...[READ MORE]


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The Coach House, Pipers Lane, Harpenden, AL5 1AJ

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Nurseology Aesthetics

[23 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 15 Review(s)

As the leading clinic in the St Albans area, we’re committed to going above and beyond to provide our clients with the professional care and attention they need. With our highly experienced Aest...[READ MORE]


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21 Victoria Street, St Albans, AL1 3JJ

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Clinica

[23 miles from Bishops Stortford]

Clinica is the go-to clinic in Central Cambridge offering safe, effective and natural looking aesthetic, anti-ageing and beauty treatments. Our services are a long-term investment into your appear...[READ MORE]


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3-4 Sussex Street, Cambridge, CB1 1PA

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Riverbanks Clinic

[23 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 2 Review(s)

The Riverbanks Clinic in Harpenden is a truly medical aesthetic practice only offering treatments which have been clinically proven to work, avoid all the fad crazes which are so often under-researche...[READ MORE]


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Lower Harpenden Road, Bedfordshire, East Hyde, LU2 9QS

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One Medical

[23 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 3 Review(s)

One Medical is a leading medical and surgical clinic based in St Albans, committed to providing you with the highest quality healthcare. We offer a wide range of services that cater to your health...[READ MORE]


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152 London Road, St Albans, AL1 1PQ

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E CLINIQ MEDICAL AESTHETICS

[24 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 5 Review(s)

We understand that undertaking any aesthetic procedure may seem a daunting task, but we will ensure that you will receive the best advice and have a full understanding of any procedure you may con...[READ MORE]


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3 Furzehill Parade, Shenley Road, Borehamwood, WD6 1DX

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Barstable Aesthetics Clinic

[24 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 6 Review(s)

Barstable Aesthetics Clinic are located in Wickford, Essex, and are easily accesible from Basildon, Brentwood and Chelmsford. They offer a variety of treatments including muscle relaxing injections fo...[READ MORE]


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Barstable House, Cranfield Park Road, Wickford, SS12 9ES

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Hardwick Clinic

[25 miles from Bishops Stortford]

We are a bespoke, patient centred cosmetic, aesthetic medicine and weight-loss centre. Our clinic is discretely and conveniently located close to Cambridge and also Cambourne. We will discuss you...[READ MORE]


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227 St Neots Road, Hardwick, Cambridge, CB23 7QJ

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Essex Medical Aesthetics

[25 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 3 Review(s)

At Essex Medical Aesthetics, we have been providing cosmetic medicine procedures to customers throughout London and Essex since 2006. We offer a wide range of anti-wrinkle treatment, dermal fillers ...[READ MORE]


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Essex Lodge, 94 Greengate Street, Plaistow, E13 OAS

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Essex Sanctuary

[25 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 102 Review(s)

Meet the multi award winning Anti-Ageing and Skin Expert Dr Sharma. Her professional training, level of expertise and experience of 18 years will ensure that you are in safe hands achieving the be...[READ MORE]


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West Road, South Ockendon, RM15 6PL

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The Skin Care Clinic

[25 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 4 Review(s)

At the Skin Care Clinic, we bring together highly effective treatments and trusted, medical grade skin care products to create and deliver your personalised treatment plan. Lead by a very experien...[READ MORE]


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38 Watling Street, Radlett, Hertfordshire, WD7 7NN

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Vie Aesthetics

[27 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 955 Review(s)

Multi-award winning, CQC registered, doctor-led medical aesthetic clinics in London and Essex. We offer a wide range of medical and non-surgical cosmetic solutions under one roof. Partners of the...[READ MORE]


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78 London Hill Road, Rayleigh, SS67HP

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Tocolo Ltd

[27 miles from Bishops Stortford]

Tocolo offers a range of handpicked skin rejuvenation treatments with the aim of making you look and feel your very best. Tocolo is a discrete aesthetic cosmetic service that covers Watford and s...[READ MORE]


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33 The Crescent, Abbots Langley, WD5 0DR

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Face Aesthetics - Watford

[27 miles from Bishops Stortford]

5 out of 5

From 2 Review(s)

I perform treatments to include anti-wrinkle injections for the upper and lower face as well as dermal filler injections for volumisation and facial contouring. I pride myself on an ethical approach t...[READ MORE]


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Jenkins, York Way, Watford, WD25 9EA

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Skin Quest Clinic

[27 miles from Bishops Stortford]

4 out of 5

From 3 Review(s)

Skin Quest Clinics is run by fully registered and accredited Doctors. We offer solutions for all skin problems (pigmentation, sagging anti- Anti-aging and treatments for stubborn fat deposits.[READ MORE]


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30 Christchurch Crescent, Radlett, WD7 8AJ

What skin problems can dermal fillers treat?

Collagen treatment has been widely used to increase the size and volume of lips in women for a number of years, and this is still the most popular use for most dermal fillers.

However, these products are also very effective in both men and women in helping to fill out lines around the lips, the lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth (nasolabial lines), smile lines on the cheeks, as well as crow’s feet and forehead wrinkles.

Thicker fillers can also be used to add volume to sunken cheeks and weak chins, reshape the tip of the nose, as well as filling out deeper acne or other scars. In addition, fillers can be used to help reduce the appearance of veins and bones in aged hands with thin skin.

Usually, if you need to have fillers in the upper part of your face for movement lines associated with expression i.e., crow’s feet, forehead and general wrinkle lines, it is usually recommended that the fillers are used alongside injections of botulinum toxin (or Botox®).

Some fillers can be used to treat larger skin defects in other areas of the body.

More recently dermal filler products have  begun to be used for ear lobe rejuvenation to help plump up the lobe and restored the fullness and shape which is often elongating and saggng with the natural ageing process, allowing a more youthful look and a better cosmetic appearance when earring jewellery is worn in the ear.

Similarly dermal fillers, specifically hyaluronic acid based ones, can also be used to address issues in relation to the female genitalia, such as g-spot treatments for enhanced sexual pleasure or to address issues of vaginal atrophy where there is a loss of elasticity and volume in the outer labia which can lead to vaginal dryness and other symptoms. Treatment for this is available specifically using a brand called Desirial. This treatment is sometimes marketed as 'labial puff'.

Depending on the area treated, and the depth of wrinkles or scars or sagginess of the skin, your practitioner may recommend that different combinations of types of fillers are used in order to achieve the best results.

What are the dermal fillers different types?

Dermal fillers tend to be broadly classified as being either non-permanent or permanent in their effect by both manufacturers and practitioners using these products.


Non-permanent or resorbable dermal fillers

In 1981, Collagen was the first filler approved in the U.S. for soft-tissue filling by injection. It is made from bovine (derived from cows’ skin) collagen and is currently known in the U.K. as Collagen Instant Therapy.

The collagen is taken from the cow and then purified to such a degree that it resembles the collagen which occurs naturally in our own skin. It is necessary to have a skin test before this treatment, however, as some patients may be allergic to bovine collagen.

Collagen instant therapy comes in different thicknesses, depending on the depth of your wrinkles or loss of firmness in your skin. You will sometimes hear Collagen Instant Therapy called by the brand names Zyderm® and Zyplast®. Unfortunately due to a decrease in popularity these brands were discontinued in 2010.

Evolence®, a porcine (derived from pigs) based collagen product was available in the UK from 2005 to 2009 when it was discontinued for commercial not safety reasons.

Other collagen only based fillers include Cymetra, collagen derived from human skin. This is rarely used these days.

The leading dermal filler used by most UK practitioners is a hyaluronic acid based product. This particular brand is manufactured using bacteria. Again, this product comes in different thicknesses and is called Restylane®.

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance found in the spaces between the cells of body tissues in all animals. It has already been used widely in general medicine to help eye surgeons perform cataract operations, and for injection into arthritic joints to aid movement. It is estimated that 30 million patients around the world have been treated with some form of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid has now largely replaced collagen as the favourite filler of U.K. cosmetic experts. This is because it is more likely to be compatible with our bodies than collagen, and so people are less likely to be allergic to it and do not require a test prior to use.

Other hyaluronic acid only based products include:

Hylaform® and Hylaform Plus® - Manufactured from cockerel combs. This is being discontinued by the manufacturer in favour of other products.

Juvederm® ULTRA, Belotero®, Teosyal®, Matridur® and Hydrafill are examples of other Hyaluronic acid based brands derived from non-animal sources.

A newer filler using polylactic acid is promoted under the brand name Sculptra® (formerly New-Fill®). According to the manufacturer, Sculptra®, as the name suggests, is used more as a sculpting agent rather than just a wrinkle filler (see injectable tissue stimulators) and larger areas can be treated with a longer lasting result.

Another product new to the UK market in 2004 is calcium hydroxylapatite, the key component of Radiesse™. Calcium hydroxylapatite has been safely used in the body for many reasons including dental applications where bone build-up is needed for reconstruction and also in block form for cosmetic applications such as cheek, jaw, cranial and chin implants.

Radiesse is marketed as a long lasting dermal filler and facial sculpting agent where results can last for 2 years or longer.

Most of the ingredients of available non-permanent or temporary fillers have been widely used and clinically tested for safety and effectiveness.


Permanent or non-resorbable dermal fillers

These are fillers that can give a longer lasting effect, or even a permanent effect, and may be recommended in some cases by a practitioner.

These products are currently not widely used, but include the following brands:

Artecoll® - Rounded PMMA beads in bovine collagen.

Aquamid™ - Polyacrylamide.

Matridex® - Hyaluronic acid with Dextran microspheres.

How long will it take to recover from a dermal fillers treatment?

Depending on the area treated, and which filler is used, treatment times can vary from around 30 minutes to an hour, and recovery time can be from a few hours to a few days. However, most people find that they can return straight back to work after treatment with dermal fillers.

Who should not have dermal filler treatment?

As in any treatment to the skin, injections should be avoided in areas where the skin is swollen or where infections are present – e.g. active acne. This will reduce the risk of infection at the injection site after the treatment.

If you have even the slightest allergic reaction to a particular filler, it cannot be used and you will need to use a different brand. Dermal fillers have not been tested in pregnant women, so their use would normally be not advised by practitioners if you are expecting a child.

If you have suffered from a disease of the auto-immune system, you are likely to be allergic to bovine collagen and so it cannot be used. You need to give your doctor a detailed medical history to avoid such outcomes. Conditions which are not suited to the use of bovine collagen include: rheumatoid arthritis; psoriatic arthritis; systemic or discoid lupus erythematosus; or polymyositis.

Who can administer dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are categorised by the UK medical authorities as medical devices. This means that practitioners do not need to write a prescription to use these treatments.

Manufacturers recommend that only medically qualified practitioners should use collagen and hyaluronic acid or other dermal filler treatments. Thus you will find many nurses, as well as general practitioners, cosmetic doctors, dermatologists, plastic surgeons, ophthalmologists (eye specialists) and private dentists offering one or a range of dermal filler options.

Manufacturers do not recommend that beauticians or any other person outside the medical profession use these treatments.

As there are many different fillers on the market that can be used to treat a variety of problems, please ensure that your practitioner has undergone proper certificated training for both the use of the specific filler, and the area that they are treating.

What is the average cost of a dermal filler treatment?

Costs vary depending mostly on the type of dermal filler used and the degree of filling to the skin required.

Generally prices for dermal fillers are based upon the estimated number of syringes needed to obtain the required result.

Deeper lines and wrinkles tend to require more filler than shallow lines.

In addition, fillers used more for facial sculpting, contouring and addition of volume will tend to me more expensive than those just used for treating single lines.
 
A combination of fillers may also be recommended, and for certain areas additional treatments with other agents such as botulinum toxin (Botox®) may also be suggested, (especially for lines in the upper part of the face).

In addition, differnt filler brands such as Restylane, Perlane, Radiesse and Juvederm differ in price to clinics and practioners who purchase them from the respective manufacturers.

Hence, overall prices may vary from £150 to over £750 per treatment session.

Remember, using less filler than is actually required to fill out a line or improve the contour of the face properly will generally produce a less pleasing and less long lasting effect than opting for a proper (and more expensive) treatment.

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