Dermal Fillers – Laser Lounge

tear trough filler

dermal fillers

Discover your best facial features with dermal fillers. Dermal fillers are used to increase volume in areas of the face that have lost volume with age or never had volume to begin with. Our range of dermal filler treatments are a non-surgical solution to volumise, rejuvenate and hydrate many areas of the face.

Our qualified Cosmetic Nurse Injectors commonly treat hollows under the eyes (tear troughs), cheeks, fine and deep lines, nose reshaping, lips, mouth lines, jaw line and the chin.

Dermal fillers are popular for mature aged clients wanting to even out depressions and sunken areas of the face and amongst all ages, improving volume of the lips is a common procedure.


real results, before and after

how do dermal fillers work?

Dermal fillers are gels made from naturally occurring complex sugars. These sugars are already present in the layers of your skin, providing structure, support and skin elasticity. As we age this function may be lost.

Dermal fillers work by filling in discrete regions such as static wrinkles that are visible when the face is at rest, deeper folds and the lips. Whereas, volumising fillers enhance or restore structure, volume and youthful contours to the larger areas of the face, cheeks and the jaw line.

The benefits of treatment have been proven to last up to nine months before volume loss begins to slowly return. The effects can be sustained by up keeping occasional maintenance.

Cosmetic Consultation

how do I get started?

Book in a cosmetic consultation at your local Laser Lounge clinic. During your consult, our team of Medical Practitioners will find the correct treatment for you.

You will then begin your treatment journey to healthy skin and a look you’ll love! Our team of accredited Medical Practitioners are highly trained to treat advanced cosmetic injectable treatments nationwide and are qualified in using all cosmetic products.


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