Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are injectable products designed to enhance and rejuvenate the face, giving a natural-looking result. Whether enhancing lips, restoring volume to cheeks or filling lines and wrinkles, there are products designed to treat many areas of the face, creating a fresher look.

At Assure Cosmetic Centre we always aim for the best result possible through our consultation process and a personalised plan designed to meet your specific needs and goals.

Wrinkle Fillers in Perth

Wrinkle fillers are used to:

  • Treat lines and wrinkles
  • Disguise depressed scars
  • Enhance cheekbones
  • Add volume to the mid face
  • Restore facial symmetry
  • Treat hollowing under eyes or tear troughs
  • Smoothen a sagging jawline
  • Enlarge and enhance lips – see lip enhancement

Mid-Face Rejuvenation

Facial volume diminishes in the mid face as we age. Using dermal fillers, the mid-face area can be reshaped by restoring volume. The cheeks are enhanced and an overall improvement in facial contour is created.

Results are immediate and long lasting.

Book a Free Consultation

To find out if Perth dermal fillers can help you, the first step is to book a free consultation with our cosmetic nurse.

At Assure Cosmetic Centre, you are in the care of an expert medical team. You will always feel informed, comfortable and confident.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dermal Fillers

A dermal filler treatment takes around an hour. The cosmetic effect is evident immediately, however true results are seen in 2-3 weeks when swelling has settled and the product has integrated into the tissue of the face.

Fillers can be used for enhancement in both men and women. They are not recommended for pregnant or nursing mothers.

To find out if dermal fillers can help you, book a free consultation with our cosmetic nurse.

Dermal fillers are made from a sugar complex and are a smooth, injectable gel. The product is similar to what occurs naturally in our skin. It assists in skin hydration by attracting and holding water. It also combines with collagen and elastin in the skin to help provide structure, elasticity and volume. Gradually, over time, the product breaks down and reduces in the tissue.

The filler is injected through a small needle, or cannula, with minimal discomfort. All products used at Assure Cosmetic Centre contain a local anaesthetic. While most clients tolerate the procedure well, we also offer additional local anaesthetic prior to the treatment if required. At Assure, your comfort is always a priority to us.

The filler we use at Assure Cosmetic Centre is the product most widely used worldwide for aesthetic enhancement. The products have been used for many years and are generally very well tolerated.

For optimum and safe results, it is important that dermal fillers are administered by a fully-trained cosmetic professional. At Assure, all injectable treatments are conducted by our highly-experienced cosmetic nurses under the supervision of our team of plastic surgeons.

While you may experience no side effects at all, as with all medication, side effects can occur. The most common side effects are swelling and bruising. These effects are temporary and mostly resolve within a week. Your nurse will discuss this with you during your consultation.

Dermal fillers can last between 6-24 months depending on the type of product used and the facial area treated. During your consultation your practitioner will advise you how often treatment will be required to maintain your desired result.

Your initial consultation with our cosmetic nurse is completely free of charge and without obligation. If you decide to go ahead, dermal fillers cost from $380-$800 per syringe. Contact us for further details or to book your free consultation.

A good starting point is to book a consultation with one of our experienced specialists at Assure Cosmetic Centre. You will have the opportunity to discuss your concerns and ask questions. You will be provided with detailed information regarding the treatments or procedures that can help you, the expected outcomes, and the costs involved. Click here to make an appointment.

The Australian Foundation for Plastic Surgery (part of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons) is a helpful and reliable source of information online. Their website is an excellent place to research a range of surgical procedures and non-surgical treatments, and view video animations. Click here to visit their website.