Dermal Fillers

An aesthetic anti-ageing solution for naturally smoother, fuller skin

Dermal fillers in Hull

Dermal fillers offer a non-surgical way of restoring lost volume in the face by plumping out folds, lines and wrinkles from underneath with hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring compound. Thanks to the facial aesthetics team here at 543 Dental, the treatment is now available from your trusted dental professionals in Hull.

Working from within

Healthy skin has natural compounds that keep it looking plump, supple and youthful. One of these is hyaluronic acid. As we age, we lose more and more hyaluronic acid from our skin, which leads to fine lines, wrinkles and creases. Dermal fillers are made from a highly purified synthetic form of hyaluronic acid. When injected just below the surface of the skin, they mimic the effects of natural hyaluronic acid and stimulate collagen production. This adds volume to your skin and helps to fill out lines and wrinkles – like moisturising your skin from the inside out.

Smooth and sculpt

Dermal fillers are injected in gel form and are especially suited to plumping lips and the areas around the mouth, nose and brow. But they can also be used to re-contour the face, smoothing out unwanted bumps, for example, or creating more defined cheekbones. If you’d like to see what’s possible in terms of subtly re-sculpting your features, but without going as far as plastic surgery, then dermal fillers are a great option because the effects aren’t permanent.


How quickly will I see results?

Dermal fillers are not instant – they typically take effect a few days after the injections. You should start to see a difference after a week.

How long do the results last?

Dermal fillers are temporary – so there’s no fear of ending up with the ‘pillow face’ you might have seen on celebrities who’ve had permanent fillers. The results usually last for around six months, after which time you’ll need to come back to 543 Dental for further treatment.

Are there any risks with dermal fillers?

As with all medication, risks do exist, but they are very rare and are less likely to occur if you employ a medical professional to carry out your injections. Side effects following treatment can include skin irritation, such as rashes, swelling, bruising and itching; infection of the site; or the filler moving away from its intended position over time.

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