Are you looking to restore volume, reduce wrinkles or re-contour your facial appearance? Perhaps augment the shape of your nose or re-create high cheek bones and definition? Dermal fillers may be the non-surgical answer you’ve been looking for.
Wrinkles and volume loss can cause an imbalance in the proportions and aesthetic harmony of the face. Dermal fillers offer patients a non-invasive solution to refresh their appearance that involves minimal discomfort and downtime. We work with your facial structure and natural beauty to provide a natural, well-balanced result.
Download our free dermal fillers guide to explore:
- The power of dermal fillers
- What is the difference between dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections?
- Which injectables are used where?
- The procedure
- Pros and cons
- Dermal Fillers: myths and facts
- How much can I expect to pay at The Plastic Surgery Clinic?
Cosmetic injections performed by a qualified doctor
Cosmetic injections are not only a science but an art form, and practitioners must be highly trained, qualified and skilled. If you desire a natural looking, safe and quality result, injectables performed by a doctor is the recommended option. Although a registered nurse has the capabilities and authorisation to inject fillers, they still lack the expertise and training of a qualified doctor.
At The Plastic Surgery Clinic & Medispa, Dr Chaithan Reddy combines his fine eye for detail, meticulous hands and knowledge to offer patients the highest standard of cosmetic treatments. Are you a good candidate for dermal fillers? To find out, download our comprehensive guide.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.