Dermal Fillers 

As we age, our skin loses subcutaneous fat,  collagen, and elastin - which give structure to the face and make it look youthful, plump, and bouncy. But, fortunately, there’s a treatment that can help with this which is dermal fillers.

Dermal fillers are gel-like substances that are injected beneath the skin to restore lost volume, smooth lines and soften creases, or enhance facial contours. 

The most common areas treated are nose to mouth lines (the nasolabial folds), lips (adding volume and shape), and cheeks.

Dermal fillers produce instant results and require minimal downtime. 

The treatment provides results that can last from 9 months up to 24 months, depending on the product used. 

 

We use only TGA-approved products and have been used for many years and are generally well tolerated. 

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Lips Filler

Lips filler is a cosmetic medical procedure that can give your lips a fuller,  plumper, and can help to improve the appearance of the lips by adding shape, structure, and volume. 

What to expect during the procedure?

Topical local numbing cream applied to ease discomfort. 

Very fine needles are used to inject the substances into your lips with little to no downtime. 

You should be able to notice a difference immediately. After your lips have healed, your lips should feel natural.  

Our Price 

1 ml Premium lip filler: $580

( Last between 9 to 18  months  )

1 ml premium lip filler      $ 540        Now      $489 

Cheek filler can instantly add volume and lift the cheek area and facial proportion as well as boost hydration and smooth fine lines and wrinkle. 

Our Price 1 ml : $650

                  2 ml : $ 1150

( last for up to 2 Years)

 

 

Cheeks Filler 

Contraindications of Dermal Fillers

  • pregnancy;

  • breast-feeding;

  • severe somatic symptom disorders;

  • acute conditions of chronic diseases;

  • local inflammation;

  • dermatological diseases in the injection area;

  • problems with the functioning of the immune system;

  • tendency to have allergic reactions;

  • individual intolerance to the components of the product.

  • the likelihood of scar formation;

  • previous introduction of another gel / permanent filler into the injection area;

  • infectious diseases;

What should you avoid before Dermal Fillers Injections 

 

A week before you get injections and dermal fillers, stop taking: aspirin, ibuprofen, Excedrin, Motrin, ginkgo Biloba, ginseng, flax oil, cod liver oil, fish oil, vitamin A, vitamin E, and other essential fatty acids. Also, avoid drinking alcohol a few days before your treatment

Post Treatment Instructions Dermal Fillers 

  • Do not touch or apply make-up to the treated area for 12 hours.

  • Avoid alcohol for 24 hours.

  • Avoid strenuous exercise for 24 hours.

  • Avoid extremes of heat and/or cold for one week, e.g. sauna, solarium, sunbathing, skiing, etc.

  • Do not massage or press the treated areas for at least 24 hours.

  • If you experience any discomfort we would recommend that you take paracetamol (but avoid aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs e.g. ibuprofen).

  • Bruising can be treated with arnica cream.

  • Swelling can be treated with a cool pack (but avoid ice).

  • 48 hours after treatment you may begin introducing Gingko Bilboa, Garlic, Flax oil, Cod Liver Oil, Fish Oil, Vitamin A, Vitamin E and any other essential Fatty Acids.

  • If Laser Treatment or Chemical Peel or any other procedure is considered after dermal filler treatment the risk of eliciting an inflammatory reaction may be possible.  Consider such treatments 1 week before/after Dermal Fillers.

Should you have any concerns about your treatment or if you are experiencing difficulties with your recovery please contact Wira immediately on 0406 955 549.