Transform your face for a natural and fresh look with dermal fillers
If you are looking to enhance your looks with a completely natural substance which achieves a visible, long-lasting aesthetic result, then there are several dermal filler products available.
We offer dermal filler treatment for a whole range of areas including lip volumising, cheek enhancement, for reduction of nasolabial folds, jowls and marionette lines. At EMC, we charge from $450 for 1ml of dermal filler, depending on the filler used. Have a read of our dermal filler cost page to find out more about all treatment prices.
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More information on dermal fillers
Dermal fillers, as they are collectively called, are able to define facial contours, give fuller lips or smooth out facial lines. Used with other treatments, they can effectively rejuvenate and restore youthfulness.
Dermal Injectable Fillers will transform fine-lines or deep creases, furrows, wrinkles, scars or other skin depressions allowing a more natural and refreshed look. They can give enhanced shape and definition to lips and lines around the mouth and remove, fill-in or plump up deep lines, wrinkles, depressions, scars and creases around the mouth, chin, cheeks, forehead and eyes.
Dermal Fillers Procedure
You are able to direct how you would like your treatments conducted, for example you may like to have your lips completed in one session, and your naso-labial (lines from the side of the nose to the corners of the mouth) folds in the next.
Each treatment is discussed with our doctor who will advise you on the amount that may be needed to gain the effect you want.
The amount of dermal filler used is dependent on the particular area that you would like to treat, what condition your skin and facial collagen is in, what level of correction you would like to achieve.
Areas of the face that can be treated with dermal fillers:
- Marionette lines (corner of mouth to chin)
- Naso-labial folds (side of the nose to corner of mouth)
- Cheek flat
- Tear troughs
- Back of hands
- Temporal Region
- Biopsy scars (for example breast cancer biopsy scars)
- War wounds (depressed scars on face, acne scars etc)