Dermal Fillers

Instantly Refresh

Your Look

Part of the natural skin ageing process includes loss of firmness, elasticity and volume.

Dermal Fillers are the safest non-surgical treatment to enhance and add volume or definition to areas of the face that lack volume.

One of the most commonly used fillers are clear gels comprised of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) which is a natural sugar already present in the body. Due to its ability to store moisture, HA is responsible for giving you a plump and hydrated look.

Subtle changes with a natural whole-face approach can create an overall enhancement that is bound to improve confidence.

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Frequently Asked Questions

About Dermal Fillers


Dermal fillers are a facial enhancement and rejuvenation treatment for those who wish to smooth wrinkles, fill in furrows around the mouth, or add volume to the cheeks, lips, and around the eyes.


Fillers are administered via injection to ‘fill in’ facial folds and wrinkles, thus providing enhanced volume, plumpness and definition, especially in ageing skin.

Dermal fillers are most commonly used to:

  • Naturally enhance, volumise and define lips

  • Subtly rejuvenate more mature lips that have lost volume over time, causing thinning and fine lines around the mouth

  • Hydrate the skin from within using skin booster technology – hydrate and restore skin without altering shape

  • Strengthen the skin to minimise facial lines and creases

  • Define and enhance – adding facial structure, volume and shape to the chin, cheek and jawline

  • Restore volume to the temples and tear troughs

  • Sculpt the nose

  • Correct deeper nasolabial folds, down turned lip corners and ‘marionette’ lines

  • Improve the appearance of depressed scars, including acne scars

  • Rejuvenate the face



Contraction of muscles in the forehead causes wrinkling of the skin, volume loss causes concavities, and the effects of gravity of the forehead lead to descent of the brows and eyelids. Dermal fillers can be injected into forehead lines to reduce their appearance.



Dermal Filler is ideal for giving lips enhanced volume, hydration, definition and shape. Achieving a more full, balanced and natural appearance.


Dermal Fillers can be used to shape, enhance and restore lost volume to cheeks; resulting in an instant lift and providing balance and symmetry to the entire face.

Nose to mouth lines

Nose-to-mouth (‘nasolabial’) lines start at the sides of the nose and run down to the corners of the mouth. As your cheek descends, it can exaggerate these lines creating deeper folds and shadows. Dermal fillers support this area and re-harmonise the mid face.


The temple area loses volume as we age and can create hollowing in the upper face making you appear unwell. Dermal fillers can be used to re-volumise this region.

Chin, Jawline & Marionette Lines

Dermal Filler can enhance the overall appearance of the lower face by restoring or reshaping volume providing balance and symmetry.

Tear Troughs

A tear trough is a deep crease between the lower eyelid and upper cheek. It can cast a shadow below your eyes, resulting in a tired appearance. Some people think their tear troughs make them look older.

The goal of a tear trough filler is to reduce the depth of a tear trough. A trained medical professional injects a dermal filler into the area, making the skin look fuller and tighter. It’s a nonsurgical method of facial rejuvenation.


Lip Enhancement: from $390 per 1 ml

Cheek Volumisation: $550 for 1 ml

Chin Enhancement: $550 for 1 ml




Frequently asked questions

What are Dermal Fillers?

Dermal fillers are injectable gels that restore volume to areas of the face. Dermal fillers replicate the actions of a naturally occurring sugar molecule, attracting and holding water to assist with skin hydration. Fillers can ‘plump up’ small areas such as the lips and tear trough and ‘re-volumise’ larger areas like the cheeks and jawline. Sometimes they're used in conjunction with anti-wrinkle injections, which relax facial muscles, or with other treatments that restore skin tone, to rejuvenate the whole face.

What areas can be treated?

  • Lips
  • Cheeks
  • Chins
  • Nasolabial Folds
  • Tear Troughs
  • Marionette Lines
  • Jawline
  • Smokers/Lip Lines

Are results instant?

Yes, results are instant, however swelling is a common side effect from dermal fillers.

They will settle and improve over the following 2-4 weeks post treatment.

How long does the treatment take?

An initial consultation will be completed with all new clients, with all paperwork and consent forms completed. A prescription will be written up to cover the patient for 12 months worth of future treatments. Generally an initial appointment will take 40 minutes. All future treatments should only take around 25-30 minutes.

Does it hurt?

We find that different areas of the face attract different pain scales. Lips and around the mouth can be a little more sensitive than other areas on the face. The injections may sting a little however most people tolerate the treatment well with the use of topical anaesthesia and/or ice which are able to provide in clinic.

Are there any side effects?

The type of dermal fillers that contain the synthetic sugar molecule are usually well tolerated, however, as with all medications, side effects can occur.

Reported dermal filler side effects include injection site redness, pain, firmness, swelling, lumps and bumps, bruising, itching or discolouration. In the vast majority of cases, these effects are temporary and should resolve within a week.

Who is not suitable for dermal fillers?

  • Known sensitivity to dermal filler products
  • Pregnant, breastfeeding or trying for a baby (including IVF)
  • Bleeding or clotting disorders
  • Active skin conditions/ infections (cold sores etc)
  • Any Autoimmune diseases (Including Sarcoidosis, Lupus, etc)

Will I look natural?

YES! I pride myself on keeping my patients looking fresh faced, and not over done! I generally treat my patients conservatively, to minimise risks of any side effects associated with high doses and too much product. This also helps keeping the treatment cost low. However, this means that a small minority of patients may require a follow-up “top-up” treatment or their initial treatment results may not last long enough. In this case we can adjust the amount for subsequent treatments to achieve the desired results. Injecting more is easy, correcting any untoward side effects can be difficult.

How long will results last?

The effects of dermal fillers can last anywhere between 9 and 24 months, depending on what product has been used.


Your Medical Aesthetics Practitioner will be happy to discuss any further questions and help you decide if this is the right treatment for you! 

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