What are Dermal Fillers & how do they work?
As the skin ages, it gradually loses some of its collagen and fat. These are the materials that prevent the skin from becoming saggy. Thus, as we age, our skin can become thinner and more wrinkled and lined.
Dermal fillers help to restore our skin to its former youthful appearance. Dermal Fillers are injected into the skin in areas where it needs to be plumped up again and made to look firmer.
We use Teosyal pure sense and Juvederm Ultra dermal fillers, 100% hyaluronic acid-based wrinkle filling injections with lignocaine local anesthetic built-in to enhance comfort during the procedure.
For information on cheek enhancement or lip fillers please look at the respective pages
We also offer corrective treatments (Dermal filler dissolver) using Hyalase. Price starts from £150 depending on the amount of dermal filler that needs to be removed. Book a free consultation to discuss.
Treatment areas include:
Volume and size of lips
Fill out lines around lips
Rejuvenate back of hands
Under-eye, dark circles
Lines around the nose and the corners of mouth
Add volume to sunken cheeks
Enhance weak chins
Reshape the nose ( non-surgical )
Dermal Filler Prices
The cost of Voluma is higher than that of other dermal fillers. This is because it lasts over 18 months and the advanced technical experience required of the practitioner to administer the products.
Dermal Filler Treatment Summary
Dermal Filler Common Questions
Who is the course for?
The Summer School is intended for individuals interested in nutrition and its health-applications and is also open to undergraduate students and other adult learners.
What are the requirements?
What will I learn throughout the course?
The course provides in depth exposure to Applied Human Nutrition including basic concepts in human nutrition; nutritional research methods; nutrition in healthcare and nutrition public health and policy.
Will I be assessed?
What additional support and benefits can I get?
In addition to learn and network with an international community of peers and experts, the opportunity to be assessed and gain a certificate of competence, new International Academy of Nutrition Education (IANE) Members will receive a post-course 1:1 mentoring session.
Is there a discount for group reservations?
What is your refund policy?
Any more questions?
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What are the Terms & Conditions to attend the course?
How much time should I set aside for this course?
The course consists of:
Around 40 hours of pre-recorded lectures divided into 4 modules (one per week), and whilst you can view them anytime, we recommend that you watch the lectures pertinent to that week before it starts, e.g. week 1 of the course will be about the first set of lectures ‘Core Concepts and Toolkits in Diet and Nutrition’, you can see the course overview here
You will be invited for a 1 hour mentoring session (time TBC) each week
You will be invited for a 1.5 hour 'meet the faculty' and Q&A session (typically 10.00 to 11.30am UK time) each week
The assignments (essay, critical appraisal and final test) should not take longer than 3 hours each to complete
You can book online or call us direct to discuss any treatment on 07976 965573. We serve clients from Twickenham, Whitton and surrounding areas.