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5 Signs It Might Be Time To Consider Dermal Fillers

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Cheeks

If you start looking gaunt and hollow cheeked adding dermal filler could be the answer to restore the lost volume.

It’s one of the first and most obvious things to do to soften an ageing face.

Cheeks are an important part of your face and play a key roles in balancing other features.

Eye Hollows

If you are tired of being told you look tired, turning back the clock may be easier than you think.

Whether it’s hollows under the eye known as the “tear trough” or dark shadows that are making you look constantly tired, then a soft acid filler can make a major difference.

Marionette Lines

If deep vertical lines that run down from the sides of the mouth towards the chin give you a grumpy look.

Injecting dermal filler into the lines will soften their appearance giving the face a more relaxed and pleasant demeanour.

Chin & Jawline

If your facial scaffolding is beginning to collapse taking the jaw with it.

Careful placement of dermal filler in the lower face will lift jowls, strengthen a week chin and reduce the puckering of slacking skin.

Dermal fillers are also used to add volume to create a refined contour.

Nose

If you are unhappy with the shape of your nose.

Dermal fillers can be used in a variety of ways to correct a slight bump on the nose, depressed bridge (saddle nose), beak-like nose, or droopy tip.

Dermal fillers can help to enhance the shape of your nose creating a smoother profile.

Lips

If your lips are losing definition, thinning or drooping.

Dermal filler injected into specific areas can create a more defined shape to lips or increase volume for a more plump look.

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