Dermal Fillers

If you are looking for Dermal fillers in Norfolk, Rejuvenation Room has your skin rejuvenation needs covered.

The onset of ageing can be unkind, as we gradually lose so many vital components such as bone mass, tissue, fat, elastin, collagen and hyaluronic acid from our faces as we grow older, detrimental effects such as skin sagging, dehydration and loss of volume can occur.
Step in…Dermal fillers!

Dermal fillers are one of the most popular and versatile aesthetic treatments used to restore volume and structure to the face.

Most commonly used as a pro-ageing injectable treatment, strategically placed dermal fillers work to soften lines and wrinkles, smooth crepey skin, as well as provide deeper support and restoration to areas of greater volume loss, due to the ageing process.

They can also be used to enhance, provide contouring, and add greater definition to certain features such as the lips, cheeks, chin and jawline.

If you would like to read more about how dermal filler treatments can be used, we have a blog post giving all of the details you may need. There is even a success story describing one of our clients journey to storing skin volume and smoothing out fine line and wrinkles.

Dermal fillers are created using high levels of hyaluronic acid. This has the ability to attract and retain water, instantly improving the skin’s appearance and texture by restoring its natural plumpness, which results in a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance.

At Rejuvenation Rooms, we are committed to using the most advanced and reputable products available and are proud to use the world-leading brand Juvéderm dermal fillers. We also offer Profhilo, which is an alternative for rejuvenating your skin.

Book your free consultation today to receive professional advice on how you can benefit from Dermal Fillers.

Prices Starting From

  • £335


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treatment overview

  • DURATION

    From 1 hour

  • ANAESTHESIA

    Topical

  • DOWNTIME

    Minimal (potential swelling and bruising)

  • RESULTS

    Immediate

FAQS

  • What are dermal fillers?

    Dermal fillers are injectable substances that are used to restore volume and fullness to the face, reduce wrinkles and fine lines, and enhance facial features. They are typically made from hyaluronic acid and can be used to address a range of aesthetic concerns.

    When injected into the skin, dermal fillers work to plump up and smooth out wrinkles and lines, as well as to add volume to areas of the face that may have lost fullness due to ageing or weight loss.

    They can be used to fill in deep creases and folds, enhance cheekbones and jawlines, and even reshape the nose and lips.

    Dermal fillers are minimally invasive and typically require little to no downtime, making them a popular option for those seeking a non-surgical alternative to traditional facial rejuvenation procedures. However, as with any medical treatment, it is important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine if dermal fillers are right for you and to discuss potential risks and side effects.

  • How long do dermal fillers last?

    The duration of dermal fillers varies depending on the type of filler used and the area treated. Generally, most fillers last anywhere from 6 months to 2 years.
    Hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Juvederm, are some of the most commonly used fillers and typically last between 6-12 months. However, some fillers, such as Voluma and Volux, can last up to 2 years.

    It's important to note that individual results may vary and factors such as the patient's metabolism, the area treated, and the amount of filler used can all impact the duration of results.

  • Does it hurt having dermal fillers?

    The experience of getting dermal fillers can vary from person to person, but generally, a little discomfort associated with the injections is to be expected. However, most patients find the procedure to be very tolerable.

    Before the injections, a topical numbing cream is applied to help minimise discomfort. Additionally, our dermal fillers contain lignocaine, a local anaesthetic, which also helps to reduce pain during the procedure.

    During the injections, patients may feel a slight pressure or stinging sensation, but this usually subsides quickly. After the injections, patients may experience some swelling, redness, or tenderness at the injection site, but these symptoms typically resolve within a couple days.

    It's important to note that everyone has a different pain tolerance, and some individuals may find the procedure to be more comfortable than others. If you're concerned about pain during the procedure, you can discuss options for pain management with your injector.

  • How soon will I see results from having a dermal filler treatment?

    The time it takes to see results from dermal fillers can vary depending on the individual, the type of filler used, and the area being treated. However, most patients will see some improvement immediately after the injections.

    In some cases, the full effect of the treatment may not be visible until several days after the injections, as the filler settles and any swelling or bruising subsides.

    Dermal fillers, such as Juvederm, can sometimes take up to four weeks to fully settle and reveal their final results.

    It's important to discuss your expectations and timeline for results with your injector before the procedure. They can help you understand what to expect and provide guidance on the recovery process.

  • What are the risks and side effects of having dermal filler?

    Like any medical procedure, dermal fillers can cause side effects, although they are typically mild and temporary. Common side effects of dermal fillers may include:
    Swelling: The injection site may become swollen immediately after the procedure, and it can take a few days for the swelling to subside.
    Bruising: Any of the injection sites may become bruised, which can last for up to a week.
    Redness: The injection site may become red and irritated, but this usually subsides within a few hours.
    Pain or discomfort: Some patients may experience some pain or discomfort at the injection site, but this is typically mild and subsides quickly.
    In extremely rare cases, patients may experience more serious side effects, such as infection, vascular occlusion, or an allergic reaction. However, these complications are very rare and can usually be avoided by choosing a qualified, experienced injector and following proper aftercare instructions.

    It's important to discuss the potential risks and side effects of dermal fillers with your injector before the procedure. They can help you understand what to expect and provide guidance on how to manage any side effects that may occur.

  • Do I need a consultation prior to having dermal fillers?

    Yes, it's highly recommended that you have a consultation with a qualified and experienced injector before receiving dermal fillers. During the consultation, the injector can assess your skin and facial structure, discuss your goals and expectations, and recommend a treatment plan that's tailored to your individual needs.
    The consultation is also an opportunity to discuss any concerns or questions you may have about the procedure and to learn more about the different types of fillers that are available. Additionally, the injector can provide information on the risks and benefits of the treatment, as well as any potential side effects.
    In some cases, the injector may also recommend other treatments or procedures that can complement the results of dermal fillers, such as Botox or laser treatments.
    Overall, a consultation is an important part of the dermal filler process and can help ensure that you achieve safe, natural-looking results that meet your specific goals and expectations.

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