A lifted, radiant complexion

Cheek filler treatment is an effective anti-ageing procedure; designed to accentuate your best features by enhancing the natural shaping and contour of your face.

As we grow older, the skin surrounding your cheeks can droop and sag as a symptom of the natural ageing process, and your favourite facial features can become hidden. Enhanced Facial Aesthetics can rejuvenate your facial structure with Dermal Fillers, by lifting cheeks, adding volume and minimising lines and wrinkles.

Treatment Benefits

  • Treatments are carried out in a clinical environment for your optimum safety
  • We use only clinically proven products from renowned pharmacies
  • Results are instant and the treatment is virtually painless
  • You can return to your everyday activities immediately
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What are cheek Fillers?
Dermal fillers are sterile gels used to plump and lift areas of the skin, providing an instant result and restoring the skin’s former youthful appearance. There are many different fillers on the market, our priority is to only offer treatments with the highest of safety profiles. The dermal filler products we use, such as Teosyal, Restylane and Juvederm, are manufactured by major pharmaceutical companies and as such have undergone years of rigorous independent research, are FDA approved and are proven to be safe and effective.

How does it work?
Dermal fillers vary in their composition, but hyaluronic acid are the safest. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance within the body that attracts water to it, hydrating our skin and promoting softness and fullness. As we age our own hyaluronic acid diminishes and therefore once injected, dermal fillers work by replacing your depleted hyaluronic acid.
What areas can be treated?
Dermal fillers can be used anywhere on the body but typically they are used in the face to lift lines, soften wrinkles and contour and enhance certain facial features. The most popular areas to be treated are: nose to mouth (nasolabial folds), mouth to chin (marionette lines), cheeks, tear trough (semi circle under the eyes) and lips.  Using filler in the cheek area can lift the side of the face resulting in a younger more youthful look.
What will I look like after treatment?
Immediately after the treatment there may be some slight redness or mild swelling in the treated area. If there is any residual redness after the treatment mineral make-up will be applied so you can return back to work or resume your normal daily activities immediately.
Are cheek fillers painful?
Prior to the treatment, if required numbing cream can be applied to minimize pain that is felt during the procedure.
What results can I expect?
Immediately after the treatment your cheeks will be appear red with a little swelling, as time goes on the filler will attract water and increase in volume giving you bigger, more defined cheeks that will result in the side of the face being lifted and tightened.
How much filler will I need?
Typically, we would recommend a minimum of 1 -2 mls of filler per cheek to give a good result. A full no obligation consultation will take place to ensure we understand your requirements and to give an honest assessment of the amount of filler required.
How long does it take to see a result and how long does it last??
The treatment benefits can be seen instantly and will continue to improve over the next  few weeks as the hyaluronic acid starts to attract moisture and plump out the lines, wrinkles or folds. On average fillers last 9-12 months, however the duration of the effect will depend on a person’s age, the quantity of filler used, quality of skin, as well as general health and lifestyle.
What are the possible side effects?
Slight inflammation of the skin which is very temporary and reduces greatly within a few hours. It may remain slightly pink for up to 48 hours after treatment. Advanced injection techniques and improved product safety means that side effects are extremely uncommon however they can include hypersensitivity and as with all injections the possibility of infection.  
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