The permanent filler can be used for treating wrinkles and providing volume or structure to the cheeks, jaw and chin. Dr Szalay has performed over 700 treatments using this product.
What is the Permanent Filler?
It is a gel which is permanent, non-absorbable, biocompatible and non-toxic.
Why is it so popular? Many people find that temporary fillers dissolve too quickly. Because of this, people love the idea of a permanent product for enhancement and treating wrinkles. Immediate results can be provided on a walk in – walk out basis.
The product is excellent for the following areas:
- Wrinkles or folds between the nose and the mouth (nasolabial).
- Wrinkles or folds at the corners of the mouth (marionette).
- Increasing the volume of the cheeks.
- Enhancing the jawline or chin.
How does the Permanent Filler work?
During the treatment, the area is first numbed with local anaesthetic. The product is then injected. The results are immediate and it is possible to return straight back to your normal activities although temporary swelling or bruising may occur when the chheks are treated. We recommend that you continue the prescribed antibiotics and ointment following the treatment.
What is the cost?
The cost for is $1190 per ml. In order to determine how much you will need it is first necessary to see Dr Szalay for a consultation. The cost for a consultation is $75.
Book in your initial permanent filler consultation and explore the possibilities
Here is what you can expect from your first consultation with Dr Szalay:
Step 1: Meeting with Dr Szalay.
In your initial consultation, we will first discuss the areas of your face that you would like to work on. This is carried out in a warm and professional environment to make you as comfortable as possible.
Step 2: Dr Szalay assesses your face and explores feasibility.
Dr Szalay will examine your face and skin to ensure that a permanent filler is the best solution for the results you desire.
Step 3: If a permanent filler is viable, Dr Szalay explains the procedure.
It is important that you are well informed about the procedure, which is why Dr Szalay takes this time to explain how it works, possible risks and answers any of your questions.