REJUVENATING THE FACE THROUGH BETTER HYDRATION
Dermal fillers are a common method of combatting the ageing process. This involves injecting a smooth gel under the surface of the skin, to help reshape and rejuvenate your appearance.
Dermal fillers are an injectable gel, similar to Collagen. This is a natural substance found within your body, though its production lessens with age. As a result, your facial features lose volume, leading to wrinkles and sagging skin.
The skin’s missing collagen can be replaced by dermal fillers, reducing lines and wrinkles, rejuvenating the face through better hydration.
Three types of dermal fillers are available, which enable Dr. Adam Najem to create bespoke treatments for each patient.
The softest form of dermal filler is formulated for versatile contouring and reducing wrinkles or folds.
The second type is designed to be more robust, treating deeper wrinkles and folds, boosting volume in target sites.
The third type is the firmest of all, creating a more powerful effect that can last as long as two years.
Dermal fillers may restore volume to the cheeks which is lost with age. Symmetry and balance are crucial to capturing a more youthful natural beauty.
The common dosage used in dermal fillers for the cheeks is between 1.5mls and 3mls. A review consultation is typically held two weeks after the treatment, during which Dr. Najem will explore whether a top-up is required or if you are completely satisfied with the effect.
The skin around the eyes is one of the first places we tend to notice signs of ageing. Dermal fillers can reduce bags and dark circles below the eyes, enhancing your overall appearance.
Treating the skin around the eyes with dermal fillers usually involves injections of 1ml across two or three occasions, separated by two-week intervals. Annual reviews are a common recommendation.
Ageing skin on the chin sags, reducing volume and pulling the chin backward, affecting the appearance of the jowls and neck.
Injected dermal fillers can restore the chin’s volume and create a more youthful effect. Dosages of between 1 and 3mls are common in chin injections, with reviews taking place two weeks later.
The jawline begins to lose its definition through the ageing process. Dermal fillers can restore that structure and cultivate a more youthful appearance.
Dermal fillers can enhance the jaw’s size, symmetry, and shape. This usually involves a dosage of between 1 and 5mls.
These lines extend from the mouth’s corners to the jawline, and contribute to the signs of ageing significantly.
Injecting dermal fillers into these lines can lead to a more youthful effect, and tends to be of a higher dosage. Lower volumes are typically used, and reviews occur around four weeks after initial injections.
Smile lines can be softened with dermal fillers, and missing volume can be replaced. Dermal fillers are evened out for a refreshed, smoother effect.
Smile line treatment usually achieves the strongest results when used alongside treatments in the cheeks.
The signs of ageing in the hands can be reduced with dermal fillers, adding volume and taking visible wrinkles away.
Dermal fillers can be injected into the lips and nose to achieve rhinoplasty-like results, without the need for invasive surgery.
Book your free consultation with Dr. Adam Najem now, to find out how our dermal filler treatments can help you.
Dr. Adam Najem has extensive experience injecting dermal fillers, providing transformative results for patients of varying ages. Dermal fillers are produced in a variety of consistencies, which allow Dr. Najem to achieve natural results which enhance your beauty and restore youthfulness.
He will invest time into assessing your expectations and aims, to identify the best dermal filler formulation for you. Follow-up consultations will be performed face to face or by phone, to ensure ongoing satisfaction.
Disclaimer: Prior to considering any cosmetic surgery procedure, it is advised that you learn about the procedure from your cosmetic practitioner. When you visit the clinic, Dr Adam Najem will explain the procedure to you including the risks involved and the realistic results that could be obtained from the procedure.