Has anyone tried Dermal Fillers in London?

Any recommendations? I'm planning to fix my nose and jawline. Would appreciate if any of you ladies can share your experience with dermal fillers! Cheers! x
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astis
Dermal fillers can be divided in the hyaluronic acid and semi-permanent (radiesse, ellanse and sculptra). Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers (restylane, teosyal and juvederm) are pretty safe as they can be reversed at any time.
Nose and jaw line dermal filler treatments are advanced procedures, therefore we would advise to choose experienced doctor for consultations and treatments. The nose bridge correction is most successful with a Teosyal global as this hyaluronic acid dermal filler is flexible and stable enough to give a good results for this delicate area. Juvederm even is widely known as ''the best'' is way too soft for the nose and often results in migration in the sides of the nose bridge.
Jaw line treatments requires careful assessment and finding out the cause i.e. is it a skin laxity, first aging signs annd/or your face bone structure and your expectations. You can fix jaw line with dermal fillers, cosmetic injectables or Sillhoutte Soft Lift.
hope it helps,
Aestha Clinic
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astis
Dermal fillers can be divided in the hyaluronic acid and semi-permanent (radiesse, ellanse and sculptra). Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers (restylane, teosyal and juvederm) are pretty safe as they can be reversed at any time.
Nose and jaw line dermal filler treatments are advanced procedures, therefore we would advise to choose experienced doctor for consultations and treatments. The nose bridge correction is most successful with a Teosyal global as this hyaluronic acid dermal filler is flexible and stable enough to give a good results for this delicate area. Juvederm even is widely known as ''the best'' is way too soft for the nose and often results in migration in the sides of the nose bridge.
Jaw line treatments requires careful assessment and finding out the cause i.e. is it a skin laxity, first aging signs annd/or your face bone structure and your expectations. You can fix jaw line with dermal fillers, cosmetic injectables or Sillhoutte Soft Lift.
hope it helps,
Aestha Clinic