Dermal fillers are widely popular for adding or restoring lost volume to areas of the face like the cheeks and lips. Celebrities and friends have told us how great the results are of their lip fillers, or how natural the apple of their cheeks look after treatment, but there are actually many more uses for dermal fillers.
While it may be common knowledge that you can use dermal filler to smooth the lines between your nose and mouth, did you know that you can also use it for these 4 treatment areas too?
While fillers are successful at adding contour and volume, they can also be expertly administered to reshape and rebalance the nose. The non-surgical rhinoplasty, or more colloquially known as the non-surgical nose job, is a breakthrough treatment that is quickly increasing in popularity. At L’Atelier Aesthetics in London, we can successfully treat clients with dermal filler who aren’t happy with the shape of their nose. Whether your nose is misshapen, you have an unwanted bump on the bridge, or have a drooping nasal tip, we can help you correct it.
Tear trough treatment
Often the first signs of ageing appear under our eyes in the forms of sunken or loose skin, eye bags, and dark circles. Using dermal fillers in the tear troughs under the eyes can help to reintroduce a youthful firmness to the face by filling out this loose skin, plumping it to give it more structure. By restoring this lost volume, we can address the sagging skin to help achieve a natural-looking yet fresher appearance to the face.
Sometimes, we feel our face is a little out of balance or unsymmetrical, and this can commonly occur in areas like the chin. One of the uses for dermal fillers that you might not have realised is that they can be safely used to add structure to a flat or disproportioned chin. This can non-surgically provide balance and contour to your face while also ensuring the treatment remains natural-looking. The results are immediately visible and can last for up to 6 months!
As we age, we lose elasticity and firmness in our skin which causes it to loosen and sag in areas not just limited to the face. One area in particular that can be most notably affected by this are the hands. This loose skin can lead to the bones in our hands and knuckles protruding more than we’d like, but we can now safely use dermal fillers to inject beneath the skin to restore lost volume. With results visible immediately, the backs of the hands are instantly plumped to help smooth the appearance of ageing.
Dermal fillers are great for the plumping and reshaping of the lips and cheeks, but they can also treat many other areas effectively and safely. If you are seeking to rebalance your nose or chin, rejuvenate your hands, or reduce the visibly loose skin under your eyes, then we’d be happy to meet you for a consultation. Speak to a member of our team today by calling 0207 637 3208 or enquire online today!