Synthetic Fillers – Lip Fillers

Facial Fillers To Reduce Lip, Face & Wrinkle Lines

Our synthetic fillers are used to treat a number of cosmetic issues including the lips, face and wrinkle lines. These facial fillers offer a long-lasting effect and can make your skin look younger than ever before. Whether you require lip fillers or want to get rid of wrinkles, book your facial fillers with our team today and get your appointment arranged whether you are located in Preston, Bolton, Burnley, Bury or Lancaster – our lip fillers treatments are available to all in the UK.

Aftercare Instructions Following Treatment with Dermal Fillers

  • Possible redness, swelling, tenderness and itching
    • Apply ice pack to reduce swelling and improves comfort
    • Application of Aloe vera gel
  • Avoidance of touching the treated area for 6 hours
  • Avoid washing with soap and water for 6 hours
  • Avoid make up for 6 hours
  • Avoid hot baths, showers until swelling has gone down
  • Avoid sunbathing and use of sunbeds for 48 hours after treatment
  • Avoid laser treatment and chemical peels for two weeks after
  • Recurrence of cold sores needs immediate treatment
  • Bruising may be due to Aspirin and Anticoagulants

Avoidance of Complications Acute Dermal Fillers

  • Pain, swelling, erythema, tenderness, Ischaemia, under or over correction – can be avoided by better injection technique
  • Richard Glogan, Michal Kane (2008)
  • Not to inject in the glabella area
  • Extra caution at the ala of the nose
  • Grunebaum, D.Allemann, I.B Dayan (2009)
  • Implant (filler) migration – inject in correct plane
  • Tyndall effect – implant visibility, bluish ridge
  • Bergeret,galley (2001)
  • Understanding the anatomy and placement of filler depth

Avoidance of Complications

Dermal Fillers

  • Hyaluronic acid (Belotero, soft, basic and intense)
  • Upper dermis (100 H.A 20MGS/ML, needle size 30G)
  • Mid dermis (150 22.5MG/ML, needle size 27G)
  • Mid to deep dermis (300, 22.5MG/ML, needle size 27G)
  • Complications can be treated with hyaluronidase 1500iu/10ml


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  • J Cutan Aesthetic surgery Fillers contraindications, side effects and precautions.2010 Jan-apr; 3 (1): 16-19.
  • Richard G. Glogau, MD, and Michael A.C. Kane, MD (2008). Effect of injection techniques on the rate of local adverse events in patients implanted with nonanimal hyaluronic acid gel dermal fillers