Wrinkles reduction can be achieved by using either dermal fillers or wrinkle reducing injections, or both, and these are discussed in more detail below. Which we suggest for you is determined by where on the face you have these concerns.
Anti-wrinkle injections are used to relax muscle action that causes wrinkles when the face is animated. Over time this movement can cause wrinkles to remain in the skin even when relaxed. This will include smile lines treatment or ‘crows feet’ or ‘smile lines’ on the sides of the eyes.
At the Eden Institute we use the 2 top brands of anti-wrinkle injections.
Different areas will require different dosages depending on skin condition, wrinkles, gender and desired results.
How much do dermal fillers cost
Dermal fillers can be used for multiple reasons. They can be used to replace volume loss in areas of the face and body that is a result of aging. They can also be used to enhance facial features such as lips and cheek bones to give a more defined appearance. We also used dermal fillers to correct scars and features post surgery or trauma. Dermal fillers may also be used for smile lines treatments(‘smokers lines’ around the mouth). Our dermal fillers are injected by our Registered Cosmetic Nurse under the supervision of Dr Edinburg.
Dermal filler prices range from $568 - $660 per 1ml depending on product.
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Products are chosen depending on the area being treated and your desired results. Below is an average amount of mls needed for common areas that can be treated with dermal filler. Each client’s needs are assessed individually during consultation and a treatment plan with specific costs for you will be made.
Lips: 1 – 3 mls (progressive over time)
Cheeks: 2 – 4 mls
Jawline: 2 – 4 mls
Nasolabial Folds: 1 – 3 mls
Tear Trough (under eyes): 1 – 2 mls
As you can see, dermal fillers cost, wrinkle reduction treatment cost, and smile lines treatment cost can all vary for a number of reasons. Packages will be tailored to your specific requirements when having multiple mls or areas treated at the same time. These will be discussed with you during your consultation with our highly specialised and experienced RN.