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What can Dermal Fillers treat?

Dermal Fillers treatments can be used to restore volume and plump out fine lines and wrinkles. Most Dermal Fillers are made from hyaluronic acid that can treat sagging, lax skin that happens as we age and lose collagen and fat.

You will find most Dermal Filler clinics in Wilmslow will use them to treat common areas such as:

Fillers in the upper part of your face for movement lines i.e., crow’s feet, forehead and general wrinkle lines, fillers can be used alongside botulinum toxin (Botox®).

Dermal Fillers can also be used to treat:

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.

How much do Dermal Fillers in Wilmslow cost?

The price of Wilmslow Dermal Filler treatment varies and is often charged by the ml. The average cost is from £175 - £750 but this should be clarified with your practitioner in your consultation.

Most Wilmslow Dermal Filler clinics charge by treatment area and how much filler/syringes need to be used. Facial contouring will cost more than plumping a single line, for example.

A combination of fillers and botulinum toxin (Botox®) may also be suggested

Please be aware of cheap Dermal Fillers offers in Wilmslow. Dermal Filler injections are safe for use but this non-surgical treatment should only be performed by trained, accredited and licenced professionals to avoid any unwanted side effects.

How long do Dermal Fillers last?

Dermal Fillers can last from 6 - 12 months. Depending on the type of filler used, lifestyle factors and the area treated, top up treatments are usually required to maintain results.

What happens during Dermal Filler treatment?

Dermal Fillers are relatively safe when performed by an experienced medical professional at an accredited clinic in Wilmslow.

If your filler contains bovine collagen, your practitioner will carry out a skin test to check for an allergic reaction. Most Dermal Fillers do not require this stage.

The practitioner should take a medical history to make sure that there are no reasons why you shouldn’t have the treatment. Then you will usually be asked to read detailed information and sign a consent form which means that you have understood what the treatment may do, along with any potential side effects from the filler(s) being used.

Photographs may also be taken by the practitioner for a “before and after” comparison of the treatment.

Many Dermal Fillers now have 0.3% lidocaine along with the hyaluronic acid gel in the syringe which provides instant relief and means you no longer need a local anaesthetic.

Depending on the area treated, and which filler is used, treatment times can vary from around 30 minutes to an hour.

Are Dermal Fillers painful?

Dermal Fillers are not considered to be painful.

You should only choose a qualified medical injector who will try and make the treatment as painless as possible and avoid unwanted side effects.

For treatment of lines and wrinkles, an anaesthetic cream is sometimes applied to the area 20 minutes or so before to numb the area and reduce pain.

Many Dermal Fillers now have 0.3% lidocaine along with the hyaluronic acid gel in the syringe which provides instant relief and means you no longer need topical anaesthesia.

Some practitioners in Wilmslow will also offer you a topical numbing cream or a lipblock. This depends on the preference of the practitioner and the area being treated.

This can be discussed with your Wilmslow Dermal Filler treatment provider, many of whom offer a free consultation to discuss concerns.

Are Dermal Fillers safe?

Yes, we have all read stories of Dermal Filler complications and "Dermal Fillers gone wrong" but Dermal Fillers are relatively safe when performed by an experienced medical professional at an accredited clinic in Wilmslow.


What happens after Dermal Filler treatment?

The effects of Dermal Filler treatment should start to become visible almost immediately. It important that you follow the post-treatment advice from your practitioner.

Post-treatment advice may include:

  • Iced water soaks or ice packs to help to reduce swelling (although this is generally not required)
  • The use of pain-killers such as paracetamol, if required for a few days after treatment
  • Arnica (a homoeopathic remedy) cream or tablets are sometimes recommended a few days before and a few days after treatment as there is some evidence that this can reduce bruising

Most people find that they can continue their daily activities immediately after treatment.

Fine lines should be visibly reduced however, slight swelling and bruising are normal at the site of injection so most people see effects after 3-5 days.

If you experience red lumps, blistering, excessive pain, skin changes or extreme swelling, contact your practitioner immediately.

Who performs Dermal Fillers in Wilmslow?

Manufacturers recommend that only medically qualified practitioners should use collagen and hyaluronic acid and should ONLY be performed by a trained and qualified medical practitioner who understands facial anatomy.

Nurses, as well as general practitioners, cosmetic doctors, dermatologists, plastic surgeons, ophthalmologists and private dentists, are all recommended Dermal Filler specialists in Wilmslow.

All Dermal Filler practitioners on have been checked against their medical registers, including:

To check the name of the practitioner who performs Dermal Filler treatment at your chosen Wilmslow clinic, and ensure they meet the requirements of a prescriber, please click on one of the above medical registration links.

Manufacturers do not recommend that beauticians or any other person outside the medical profession use these treatments due to the increased risk of medical complications.

What are the potential risks and side effects of Dermal Fillers?

The obvious, immediate and most common side effect is slight bleeding after the needle has been inserted.

Other risks include mild bruising, tenderness, redness and swelling that may also occur around the site of injection. These signs may take 2 - 3 days to vanish completely, especially around the lips where there is little flesh and the skin is tender.

Rarely, allergic-type reactions can occur after treatment with some fillers. These include prolonged redness, swelling, itching, hardness and bumps in the skin.

If you have a history of cold sores, or fever blisters in the treated area, filler injections may cause them to break out again. In these cases, your practitioner may recommend that you take an anti-viral medicine before treatment to help reduce the likelihood of an outbreak of cold sores.

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 are not to be used on those who are pregnant.

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 that are not suited to the use of bovine collagen include rheumatoid arthritis; psoriatic arthritis; systemic or discoid lupus erythematosus; or polymyositis.

If you experience any delayed reactions such as lumpy redness occurring any time after treatment, you should contact the person who treated you immediately.

What is the difference between Dermal Fillers and Lip Fillers?

Many clinics in Wilmslow will often talk about Dermal Fillers and Lip Fillers which can be mistaken for different treatments. In fact, Lip Fillers are the most popular type of Dermal Filler.

The most popular type of Lip Fillers in Wilmslow are EMERVEL ®, JUVÉDERM ® ULTRA and the RESTYLANE ® (INC EMERVEL COLLECTION)

Are Dermal Fillers permanent?

Dermal fillers tend to be broadly classified as being either non-permanent (resorbable) or permanent (non-resorbable) in their effect. 

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

Permanent Fillers give a long lasting effect, or even a permanent effect. These products are currently not widely used, but include the following brands:

Which Dermal Filler is right for me?

There are multiple brands of Dermal Fillers available in Wilmslow. 

We are often asked which are the best Dermal Fillers but it's important to know that practitioners will often use a range of fillers based on the area to be treated, their experience and preference. Here are some of the most common:

A polylactic acid filler called Sculptra® is used more as a sculpting and volumising agent rather than a wrinkle filler and is known as an injectable tissue stimulator and treats larger areas with a longer-lasting result.

Where can I get Dermal Fillers near me?

We often get asked "Where can I get Dermal Fillers near me", so we have listed local areas where Botox clinics are located.