NOSE FILLER CLINIC IN SHREWSBURY, SHROPSHIRE
The most popular procedure for minimising these creases and restoring a more plumped, youthful appearance is nose filler treatment utilising dermal fillers.
HOW DO NOSE FILLERS WORK?
As with other fillers, hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring chemical that increases the firmness and moisture of the skin, is a component of nasal fillers. Collagen, a protein that helps to fill the skin and typically declines with age, is boosted when hyaluronic acid is injected into the skin.
Nose fillers are often injected directly into the nasolabial folds and on the top portion of the cheek next to the side of the nose to lessen their visibility. Although nose fillers can’t entirely eliminate these creases, they can minimise their appearance while making the skin around them look fuller and younger.
Our cosmetic doctor will discuss the outcomes you hope to accomplish during your appointment and evaluate your skin to ensure the nasal fillers are injected into the most effective regions to reach your goal. Our skilled doctor will also ensure the outcomes complement your other facial features to obtain a natural-looking improvement. After the procedure, you will start to see benefits, but it will take a few days for the nose filler to fully take effect and the creases to become less evident. Although no recovery time is necessary, you can feel minor swelling and bruising.
BENEFITS OF NOSE FILLERS
Nasolabial folds can be repaired through various methods, and opting for nasal fillers is an excellent alternative to surgical intervention, ensuring desired outcomes.
Nasolabial folds can be treated surgically with a cheek lift or complete facelift, which tightens the existing skin and removes any extra or unnecessary skin to smooth out the nasolabial folds. Compared to filler treatment, surgery can be risky, complicated, and require significant recovery time.Advantages of using nasal fillers as the preferred therapy for nasolabial folds:
- Immediate results
- Greater volume around the mouth area due to increased collagen in the skin reduces wrinkles
- There is no downtime, and following treatment, normal activities can resume, and makeup can be worn right away
- Minimal side effects
- A perceptible general lift and the look of smoother, softer skin
- Patients frequently increase the amount of hyaluronic acid injected into the area until they reach a level they are comfortable with
- Treatment that is not permanent allows you to undo alterations if you change your mind
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WHY CHOOSE St. Michael's CLINIC for Nose Filler?
At St. Michael’s Clinic, we have a team of highly trained Consultant dermatologists, who have completed specialist training in Dermatology and are on the specialist register of the General Medical Council. All our consultants hold substantive contracts with the best Dermatology centres in leading NHS hospitals. Therefore, you can be certain of the highest quality private care.
We offer a range of treatments and can offer one, or a combination of treatments to achieve the best results. Unlike many other clinics, we can offer diagnosis and treatment all under one roof by expert consultant dermatologist, so you know you’ll be in safe hands.
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