Dermal fillers are made of a natural molecule that is naturally found in the body. They represent an extremely powerful method to restore loss of volume, skin tone and to give a glamorous touch to the young population. There is no doubt that fillers can literally take off years from your face by restoring volume that we naturally lose with time.
Looking for the best dermal fillers in Sydney? At Shift Cosmetic Clinics, we use high-quality dermal fillers, enabling for greater control and more lasting and natural results.
Our dermal fillers Sydney treatments have helped many clients smooth away lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers are commonly applied in the following areas:
Dermal Filler treatments are non-surgical, safe and effective. It is non-invasive with minimal discomfort, side effects and recovery time.
Dermal fillers are one of the best ways to add volume and fullness to your face or to replace lost volume in your face.
Not only does it help with volume, but it is also great for replenishing and rehydrating your skin. Boost your self-confidence with a more youthful facial asethetic.
Visible and lasting results are achieved in only a few treatments. Results can last up to 2 years!
We specialise in dermal fillers and other cosmetic injectables. With years of experience completing thousands of procedures, you are in safe hands with us.
We only use the best and latest cosmetic injectable products and technologies. We only supply from approved Australian Distributors.
We recommend booking a consultation with us so we can help you select the right treatment for your circumstances and desired goals.
Our dermal fillers Sydney treatment lasts 6 to 10 months for soft to medium fillers and up to 24 months for thick fillers. To know whether you’d better suit soft to medium fillers or thick fillers, schedule a complimentary consultation by calling 0450 898 955.
Dermal filler prices vary depending on the type of syringe you’ll need for your goals are areas you want to target. We recommend you book a consult with our registered nurse first for an accurate assessment and dermal filler quote.
No, we love natural! Unfortunately we see walking down the street only poorly done jobs as the good ones are undetectable. Choice of filler, technique and combinations are tailored to the individual.
It is extremely subjective to the individual and the area treated. However, most people tolerate extremely well the treatment and rate the discomfort as minimal.
Bruising and swelling are the two most commonly experienced side effects. Treated areas can be also tender for up to one week.
YES, we provide dermal fillers Sydney treatments to men too! The most common treatment requested by men is a more masculine jawline. Ideally the jaw width should match the width of the cheeks.
No, we use only temporary fillers. In case of complications or if you do not like the results the filler can be completely dissolved.
Straight after treatment swelling is present and the area may appear more dramatic than what will be in 4 weeks time. At least two weeks are needed for the swelling to completely settle while the product can take up to six weeks to integrate with the surrounding tissue. Please allow your body to heal if you cannot do this then you cannot qualify for this treatment.
Filler choice depends on the tissue we are trying to mimic. Generally speaking we use thick fillers to mimic the bone and softer fillers to fill folds and lines. For instance, if we want a sharp jawline or high cheek bones we will need to use a thick filler with high lifting capacity. To enhance or hydrate lips we need a softer filler to obtain natural results. For more dramatic lips we use medium to thick fillers.
During consultation we will follow a Total Face Approach where we will look at skin quality, facial shape and curves. We will then identify ‘key distractors’ such as lines, folds ad hollowing and overall facial proportions. After the assessment you will be given a plan to achieve the most natural results over time.
IMPORTANT: to maintain optimal facial proportions a one-off isolated treatment is highly discouraged as it can result in poor outcome.