Dermal Fillers Monmouth

Dermal fillers are a huge favourite at The Face Space. Seeing instant results is wonderful – and there’s very little downtime, so you can walk straight out feeling and looking refresh.

ENHANCING THE LIPS

We pay special attention to lips, restoring any lost volume and subtly enhancing their shape to ensure you always look your best.

HYALURONIC ACID FILLERS

We use hyaluronic acid filler to contour, restore volume and create a youthful plumpness in the face, neck, chest and hands. Hyaluronic acid (which occurs naturally in the body) safely and instantly creates subtle volume, while hydrating the tissue and giving your skin an enviable glow at the same time. We work with many well-known brands, including Restylane, Juvederm, Profhilo and Sunekos.

DISGUISING EYE BAGS AND HOLLOWS

Under-eye bags or hollows and upper-lid hollowness can make you look tired and gaunt. The good news is we can carefully disguise these delicate areas with a super-light hyaluronic acid filler.

FULL FACIAL CONTOURING

We can also use fillers to expertly improve nose profile and chin projection to achieve optimal proportion and millimetre-perfect symmetry. With deep contour work in the cheeks, temple, jawline and chin, dermal fillers can shape and add volume to your face. We can also use fillers around the hairline to lift the crown and subtly raise the brows.

PROFHILO

Can be used for skin tone and texture and radiance in the face, necklace line and décolletage with increased firmness and elasticity in the skin.

 

PLEASE NOTE…
Although fillers aren’t usually painful, we can provide a local or topical anaesthetic  to ease the sensation of pain during treatment. The results normally last three to 24 months depending on the area treated. There’s normally a little bit of swelling after treatment for a day or two. Treatments are non permanent and can be reversed if necessary.

Our hygienists are 100% dedicated to maintaining the health of your gums and educating you on how to look after them at home. Many people think that tooth brushing is enough but we know as dental professions that in fact it is the plaque that isn’t removed by your toothbrush that causes damage to your teeth and gums.

Dental hygiene is not only important to remove the hardened plaque but also to monitor which parts of the mouth the plaque is affecting most and therefore you can be given a tailored cleaning regime using the right tools to ensure that these areas are being targeted most. This expert advice is vitally important to avoid gum disease.

If you have never seen a Hygienist you will not have had the dedicated time required to remove all of the hardened plaque and to have received the correct amount of education to prevent any problems in the future.

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Emily
The Face Space

Emily

The Face Space

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