Medisurge Aesthetics is a reliable destination for dermal fillers in Melbourne.
Dermal fillers are made from complex sugar chains also known as Hyaluronic Acid (HA), a substance which is found naturally in the body where its main role is to attract water and provide hydration to the skin.
Designed to resemble your body’s own natural HA, dermal fillers can help revitalise your facial features with a variety of treatments that can:
- Enhance facial volume ad restore facial contours that have weakened with time
- Soften lines and wrinkles
- Correct asymmetries and restore facial balance
- Restore fullness to lips
Frequently asked questions about dermal fillers
How do HA dermal fillers work?
HA dermal fillers are injected under the skin’s surface to fill out lines and wrinkles and to restore facial contours and asymmetries.
There are different types of HA dermal fillers formulated for various indications such as enhancing lips, cheeks, under the eyes, chin, along the jaw line, forehead and nose.
How do HA dermal fillers for the lips work?
Dermal fillers are injected into the lips to subtly enhance volume, softness and smoothness, as well as restore symmetry and to fill out lines and wrinkles in the skin surrounding the lips.
HA lip fillers are tailored for the lip tissue.
How long does dermal filler treatment last for?
The effects of a dermal filler treatment in the lips are long lasting but not permanent. Studies have demonstrated their effect to last up to 18 months with just one top up treatment. After your initial treatment, follow up sessions are usually recommended to maintain results.
How safe are dermal fillers?
There are many different brands of dermal fillers available in the market. The dermal filler products used at Medisurge Aesthetics have been well researched and millions of treatments have been performed globally.
Serious side effects are not common. The most common post-treatment reaction is slight skin redness, swelling, itching, bruising or slight pain and tenderness. These reactions usually disappear shortly after each injection.