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Beginners Guide to Dermal Fillers - What are Dermal Fillers?

Ever wanted to remove those unwanted face lines or increase the volume and fullness of your face? Most people have thought about it while looking in the mirror. We are lucky to be in a time where science and technology can help us achieve these results. Most people have heard about Botox, but another popular option to consider is Dermal Fillers.

What is Dermal Filler?

Unlike Botox, which uses a chemical that paralyses the muscles, Dermal fillers are a gel-like substance or Hyaluronic Acid. They are injected under the skin to help smooth lines and soften creases, restore lost volume from aging or weight loss, add fullness to the face, enhance facial contours or add definition to face shape.

Dermal fillers are most commonly used around the mouth, lips, and cheeks.

How long does Dermal Filler last?

Dermal fillers are semi-permanent, which means they will dissolve over time. Each person is unique – the effectiveness and longevity will differ from person to person. Some fillers can last longer than 2 years, while others may last up to 6 months.

What do Dermal Fillers cost?

Like most cosmetic injectables, you purchase the product in millilitres or units. At PUMP Aesthetique we offer Dermal Filler packages for specific areas – lips can range from $300 to $480, and face filler prices cost $630 per ml.

You can also purchase 2ml, 3ml, and 4ml packages – this gives you discounted prices for larger quantities.

Cosmetic treatments are so popular these days, you can easily find testimonials and images on the amazing results and experiences should you be thinking of Dermal Fillers for yourself.

The experts at PUMP Aesthetique can provide advice on Dermal Fillers and schedule a consultation to further discuss your concerns and what will be most effective for your situation. We are always here to help and want you to have all the information you need to make the best decision for you.

For more information or to book a consultation, click HERE.

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