Dermal Fillers are popular injectables used to soften wrinkles, crow’s feet, frown lines and other signs of ageing.
Injecting fillers into the skin can help to reduce the signs of ageing and enhance your natural beauty.
Dermal Fillers have clinically proven results. See the research page for more information.
*Results may vary. VIVO Clinic cannot guarantee specific results.
Our skin loses elasticity with age. As a result of this, we often notice the appearance of wrinkles and crow’s feet, especially around the mouth and nose.
By injecting Dermal Fillers into the skin, this adds volume to areas of the face and consequently smooths these lines and folds. Then, you can have skin that naturally looks younger, and results which last for up to 18 months.
At VIVO Clinic, a trained practitioner always administers Dermal Fillers. Anaesthetic or numbing cream is applied to the area before the fillers are injected to avoid you feeling any discomfort.
Please note that prices listed are for guidance purposes and vary depending on the type of filler required. You will be given an exact price when you have your consultation with our trained professionals.
Popular treatment areas include:
What products do you use?
We use market leading products. See the products we use.
Do Dermal Fillers hurt?
Unlike highly invasive procedures, such as surgical facelifts, Dermal Fillers do not require incisions or stitches. A local anaesthetic is used before the injection though you may feel some minor discomfort.
Are the injections performed by a qualified professional?
Yes. Both your consultation and treatment will be conducted by a trained practitioner who is qualified to administer dermal fillers.
How many treatments will I need?
Most concerns require 1-2 treatments. This can be discussed during your consultation.
When will I see results?
Filler injection results are usually immediate. Anti-wrinkle injection results are usually visible in 1-2 days.
How long do the results last?
Results vary from person to person. Optimal results can last up to 18 months.