The exact cost will be confirmed in a free consultation where we will answer questions and advise the best filler for your desired result.
* All Free consultations are subject to a deposit payment from £25 – £50
|Treatment||Single Treatment From|
|Lip Fillers from||£350.00||
|Tear Troughs from||£390.00||
|Chin Fillers from||£350.00||
|Jawline Contouring from||£350.00||
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Cheek Filler Your Questions Answered
Are cheek fillers safe?
At sk:n every client seeking injectable treatments with dermal fillers is given an in-depth consultation that examines motivation and expectations. We have the highest level of regulation in the industry, exceeding all recommended guidelines and requirements. Our clinics are safe, medical environments and your treatment will be carried out only by a highly qualified doctor or nurse prescriber.
How are cheek fillers different from cheek augmentation?
Cheek augmentation is carried out by a plastic surgeon and involves permanent solid implants being surgically placed in your cheeks. Downtime can also be extensive (1-2 weeks). In comparison, cheek fillers are instant, do not change the structure of the face and have very little downtime, but you will require ongoing treatments.
How much do cheek fillers usually cost?
Cheek fillers are usually priced by the syringe, with a single 1ml treatment starting from £285 (depending on the area that is to be treated). Exact costs are confirmed after a free consultation with a doctor or nurse prescriber.
Do cheek fillers hurt?
Unlike procedures such as surgical face lifts or implants, cheek fillers require no cuts, incisions or stitches to be made, although the procedure may involve some light pain or discomfort. Depending on the area being treated, the treatment usually takes between 20 and 30 minutes, and clients describe it as a tiny scratch as the needle goes in, with a slight stinging sensation as the filler is applied. For those feeling anxious, we can use a local anaesthetic to numb the area completely.
Who can administer cheek fillers?
It is important that you visit a private clinic such as sk:n where your cheek fillers can be administered professionally and safely by a qualified doctor or nurse prescriber in a safe clinical environment.
What cheek fillers are best?
At sk:n we only use two of the most trusted semi-permanent fillers on the market – Juvederm and Sculptra. Juvederm is based on hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring sugar found in the body, and has been purposely designed to make sure your face doesn’t appear frozen and that you will have a natural look whether you are frowning, laughing or smiling.Sculptra is composed of Poly-L-lactic acid, a substance formed in the body when you exercise and a synthetic material found in dissolvable stitches and various implants.
How long do cheek fillers last?
Each treatment is delivered by a doctor or nurse prescriber to achieve the optimum, natural looking results. Results begin to show immediately after treatment and cheek fillers tend to last for 12 months.
What happens when cheek fillers wear off?
Over time the semi-permanent dermal fillers will be naturally metabolised by the body, and treatment will need to be repeated in order to achieve the same desired results.
What happens after cheek fillers treatment?
At sk:n cheek fillers are only ever administered by a doctor or nurse prescriber, who will conduct a post-treatment review to ensure you are happy with the results. They will also check-in with you post-treatment and answer any questions that you may have..
Afterwards there may be some swelling or bruising, with the swelling usually fading within 48 hours and the bruising fading within a fortnight.
Do you offer permanent cheek fillers?
We do not offer permanent fillers, due to the unknown long-term risks involved.
What if I don’t like the results?
During your consultation a great amount of time will be spent discussing your expectations and only trained medical practitioners administer cheek fillers at sk:n, so there shouldn’t be any surprise or shock results following treatment. However, if you are not happy with the results, your doctor or nurse prescriber can administer a solution that dissolves the filler almost instantly, leaving no lasting damage or effect.
What is a ‘vial’ and how many do I need for my treatment?
A vial is a measurement of the liquid administered during treatment. Typically, treatment for cheek fillers uses 1 vial but this is dependant on the individual and desired results which will be discussed in consultation.
Will I look dramatically different?
No, you will not look dramatically different after treatment. Our practitioners work like artists, using the natural contours of your face for guidance, and your normal facial expressions will remain unaffected. During your free consultation your doctor or nurse prescriber will discuss the best plan for you to achieve the results you desire.
What are the benefits of cheek fillers?
The benefits of this treatment include restoring volume loss in the cheek area, create contouring and definition, lifting and projecting the cheeks. Filler treatments can also fill out lines and wrinkles around the eyes, mouth and jawline.
What are HA fillers?
HA stands for hyaluronic acid, which is often the product used during cheek filler treatments (including the product we use from Juvederm.)
What are nasolabial folds?
Nasolabial folds are the two skin folds that run from the side of the nose to the corner of the mouth and are more commonly known as smile lines or laughter lines. This is an area we often treat with dermal fillers.