Facial subcutaneous fat gradually diminishes with age and leads to the development of superficial lines and wrinkles, such as those caused by smiling and crinkling one's eyes. As if that's not ageing enough, the skull changes shape as we age and loses structure in critical areas. Read More


Types of dermal fillers

There are several kinds of dermal fillers that can be used to rejuvenate the skin.

Calcium hydroxylapatite

one of the most researched dermal fillers, calcium hydroxylapatite, has been widely used to treat deep wrinkles and folds and restore lost volume in the face. We now also have a Hybrid Filler containing CaHa And Hyaluronic acid.

Hyaluronic acid

hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring compound with the highest concentrations in the skin, eyes, and joints. Hyaluronic acid in the skin acts as a moisture magnet, causing the skin to retain more moisture. Hyaluronic acid (HA) injections are a short-term dermal filler option. Subtle lines and wrinkles can be smoothed out with HA injections, and facial folds can be flattened out so that the face and lips look fuller and more defined.

Hybrid Filler

A game-changing combination of two of the most well-researched filler ingredients: Calcium Hydroxylapatite and Hyaluronic acid. We use this filler in very specific areas to create better superficial tissue, especially skin. This creates, amongst other effects, skin tightening.

the face can be given structure, contour, and volume through the injection of Poly-L-lactic acid. A bio-stimulatory dermal filler, PLLA encourages the body's natural collagen production. PLLA is gradually transformed into water and carbon dioxide by the skin. The results from PLLA are subtle and develop over a few months.


1How long do fillers last?
Typically, fillers can last anywhere from a year to 18 months. Depending on which filler you opt for, however, you may be able to see the effects for up to five years. Everyone is different; therefore, getting an exact idea of how long your fillers will last is not entirely possible. The team at Restore will advise you on how to prolong the life of your fillers and exactly what is needed.
2Are fillers painful?
Although the injections may be slightly uncomfortable, most patients cope exceptionally well when fillers are done correctly. A very small needle is used. Before the procedure, patients can use numbing creams, and the fillers themselves contain an anaesthetic.
3Which filler is best?
This will be determined by your medical history, desired outcomes and other specifics that will be discussed in the consultation.


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