Cheek Fillers London Bridge

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Cheek Fillers Cost

Cheek fillers are a perfect way to add extra volume and plumpness to cheeks that may be lacking in volume and shape. Over time the face loses fatty tissue, causing the cheeks to look saggy and flat. This in turn gives the face a sunken-in look. Although some people are blessed with naturally high cheekbones, achieving the appearance of sculpted cheeks can be realized through both nonsurgical and surgical treatments. Cheek filler treatments focus on restoring volume, plumpness and definition to the cheeks using non-surgical means.

The process of ageing often has a significant impact on the appearance of a person’s face causing the face to loose volume and plumpness, especially around the cheeks. Hollow, sunken or sullen cheeks can make us look exhausted, gaunt and more aged than we actually may be. This is as a result of loss of subcutaneous fat which is present in our skin when we are younger, but reduces and wanes as we grow older. To restore volume to the midface (around the cheeks), recreating youthful contours, we can use cheek fillers and dermal fillers specifically designed to re-inflate cheek tissue from within and replacing missing fatty soft tissue. Thick cheek filler gel can be injected directly above the patient’s cheekbones and moulded to provide natural cheekbone structure. Cheek fillers can also lift areas lower down the face such as the nasolabial folds. Cheek filler treatments thus help provide better cheek bone structure, improve volume and plumpness of the cheeks, reduce the appearance of fine-lines and wrinkles and also smoothen the surface of facial skin to provide you a natural youthful appearance.

Add volume to your cheeks – Cheek fillers are a popular method for enhancing cheekbones as well as providing additional volume and plumpness to the cheeks. The process involves injecting specially designed cheek filler gels or cheek filler materials into the patients’ cheeks and surrounding soft tissue of the face to provide better dimension, more volume and general uplift.

Eradicate facial scars and bumps – Cheek fillers gels are also often used to reduce or eradicate unsightly scars, bumps or dimples on the face and cheeks. They can also be used to correct texture and shape of the patient’s cheeks. Cheek fillers are often a good procedure to correct asymmetry on a patients face, hydrate the skin tissue on the face, reduce deep set fine lines and wrinkles and provide fullness and volume to sunken cheeks.

Improve skin texture and complexion – Cheek fillers can be used to improve suppleness, complexion, texture and luminosity of the patient’s cheeks and face. Filler gels can be very restorative for the cheeks, helping to revive the skin on the cheeks and face from the inside out through hydration and stimulation.

Improve general shape and symmetry – Cheek filler, dermal filler and muscle relaxants as a combination can help to successfully remedy concerns around symmetry, shape and general indentation on the patients face and cheeks. Cheek filler gels can also be used to address signs of saggy cheeks by providing lift to the skin tissue of the cheeks.

At Whites Dental, we use a selection of cheek fillers systems at costs that are very competitive. Our facial aesthetic practitioners will always make sure we deliver the best possible results for you. Our cheek filler costs are provided in the cost table listed below.

Facial Aesthetic Consultation FREE
Anti-Wrinkle Injections - 1 Area £200
Anti-Wrinkle Injections - 2 Areas £250
Anti-Wrinkle Injections - 3 Areas £300
Dermal Fillers
from £300
Neck Lift or Nefertiti Lift
Glycolic Peel
Lip Enhancement
from £200
Excessive Sweating Treatment
Jaw Slimming, Clenching & Grinding
Chin Dimples & Reshaping
from £150
Gummy Smile Reduction
Under Eye-hollows/Dark circles
from £350

Gentle, Caring Treatments
All our facial aesthetic treatments are carried out by Dr Xenia. She is an experienced Dentist and has the most gentle touch. Our patients love her demeanour and nature, coming back asking only for her.

We can typically offer appointments at short notice – please call us for further details.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do cheek filler treatments work?  

As we age, the skin on our face loosen and loses definition, appearing aged as a result. Cheek fillers help address these signs of areas, specifically to the cheek tissue and structure. The treatment requires the injection of a naturally-derived filler material or gel into the cheeks and soft tissue on the face in order to reverse the loss of skin volume and reduce depressions on the face. This in turn helps restore the patients face to its previous youthful appearance.

Cheek fillers are a very popular and also very effective treatment to improve the appearance of the facial tissue (especially around the cheeks), undertake facial contouring, and restore facial symmetry without having to undertake invasive surgical procedures.

What does cheek filler treatment do? 

Cheek fillers treatments can be used for a number of different cosmetic conditions. They are often a good solution for reshaping, refining and re-sculpting the contours of the patients face. Cheek fillers can also be used to even out the skin tissue surrounding any facial scars (for example marks left over from chickenpox or perhaps acne), add volume and plumpness to areas of the face that look drawn or sunken, and improve tone, texture and elasticity of facial skin tissue. Well placed cheek filler material can also help to make the face appear more taut and slimmer.

How long do results of cheek filler treatment last?

Results of cheek filler treatments usually last between 6 – 12 months. Some patients may see treatment results last for up to 2 years after treatment. The duration of time that results last is dependent largely on the level of muscle movement the facial area is subjected to. Therefore, a person who has a more expressive face will require top-ups treatments more frequently than someone with a less expressive face. Cheek fillers treatments in areas under the patients’ cheeks and also tear troughs adjacent to the eyes usually last longer than cheek filler treatments in more active areas such as the lips and mouth. We recommend to patients to visit us every 6 – 9 months to maintain the full effects of the treatment.

How long does an appointment for cheek filler treatment take?

Cheek filler treatment appointment usually takes approx. 30 minutes to complete. Many patients pop in to the surgery to see us during their lunch break or immediately after they finish work. Cheek fillers are very straight forward treatments and many patients feel confident to go back to work following a visit to us.

Do cheek fillers have any side effects to the treatment?

Cheek fillers are very safe procedures. It is quite normal to experience minor tenderness and a sense of tightness around the site of the injections post treatment. These symptoms usually subside in a couple of days after treatment. Some redness is also not uncommon following treatment. Patients with sensitive skin can experience minor bruising around the area.

When should I return to work after having cheek fillers?

Cheek fillers are a very straightforward and quick procedure. Typically there is no need to take time off from work following cheek filler treatment. After treatment, we advise our patients to avoid massaging the area or applying intense pressure for a couple days to enable the filler material to bed in.

Whites Dental provides Facial Aesthetic procedures including cheek enhancement treatments, cheek fillers, dermal fillers, lip fillers, lip enhancement, anti-wrinkle and Botox injections to patients around us in Central London.  We are located in London Waterloo, next to Southwark Tube. We are also a 5 to 10 minutes walking distance from Southbank, Waterloo train station, London Bridge, Borough and Elephant and Castle stations. Please visit our Fee page for more details about Cheek Filler costs.

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