Non Surgical Cheek Filler AugmentationPublished on 17th March 2015

Dermal Filler Cheek Augmentation in Liverpool & Cheshire

During recent years the approach to anti ageing has changed, with experts achieving and patients maintaining a youthful appearance by addressing volume loss using non surgical treatments, as opposed to surgery.

Who should perform cheek filler treatment?

Advanced aesthetic practitioner injectors are continually formulating new techniques to maximise the potential of dermal fillers and injectable products such as Botulinum Toxin – Botox.  The cosmetic approach to ageing and enhancing appearance has changed.


At Liverpool Cosmetic and Aesthetic Clinic, our highly trained Cosmetic Surgeons take time to understand the requirements of our patients and provide expert advice on the more popular uses for dermal fillers including the revolumization of the cheeks (plus lips, under the eye tear trough area and minimising smile lines).

What results can be expected from cheek enhancement?

By using a combination of injectable dermal fillers such as Juvederm, it is possible to instantly lift the cheek area, restoring the lost volume caused by ageing and weight loss.  The upper cheek area is an extension of the tear trough (under eye area), therefore adding filler to lift the outer cheek can increase volume achieving a more desirable proportion between the outer cheek and under eye areas.


How long does the cheek filler treatment last?

The average duration of the effects of cheek filler augmentation using dermal fillers such as Juvederm is up to 12 months.  The Hyaluronic acid in the product, which is also a natural substance found in the body is broken down gradually over time.


Call Liverpool Cosmetic & Aesthetic Clinic today to arrange your appointment for advice on wrinkle relaxing treatments with our Cosmetic Surgeons and Plastic Surgeons at Liverpool or Cheshire:


Tel: 0151 329 0866 / 07793 738456



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