DERMAL FILLERS NEWCASTLE
Welcome to Specialist Cosmetics, Abby Stacey is a registered Nurse who specialises in Dermal Fillers in the Newcastle area.
Dermal Fillers are versatile and can be used in different areas around the body to add volume to the skin, reducing lines and folds. They are commonly used in the nasolabial folds, also known as ‘smile lines’ which are the fold from the side of the nose to the corners of the mouth.
What are Dermal Fillers?
Dermal Fillers are a safe and effective alternative to surgery. Abby Stacey only uses the highest quality fillers which are mainly composed of a gel-like substance naturally occurring in our bodies, known as Hyaluronic Acid. This substance is also used as a component in many medical treatments, it is safe and reversible.
After treatment, you may be advised to stop wearing makeup for up to 12 hours. You should also avoid the sun, and hot places such as saunas and steam rooms, for 2 weeks. Some people experience a little temporary tenderness, swelling or bruising around the injection sites. It’s best of course, to avoid additional treatments in the same area for at least a week. Other than those little annoyances, you should have no side effects, and can begin enjoying your new, perfectly smooth skin!
The procedure is similar to other Dermal Filler based treatments, and is similarly quick, easy and safe.
Firstly you would need to come in to a clinic, so a trained cosmetic nurse could examine your skin and make note of the extent of any concerns you have, before planning the optimum treatment for you.
Anaesthetic is used to ensure the procedure is as painless as possible, and from there your nurse will inject Dermal Filler in the required areas. From there, your treatment is complete, and it’s simply a matter of aftercare.
When will you see the effects of having dermal fillers?
Effects can be seen immediately. Over the following weeks effects will become more visible as the dermal fillers absorb water, increasing their volume.
How long do dermal fillers last?
Dermal fillers usually last 6-9 months.