AT THE DERMATOLOGY INSTITUTE OF VICTORIA
Our injectors have more than 40 years combined experience in dermal filler treatments.
**All results shown on our website have been achieved by our team members. Please note that results are individual and may vary.
Why The Dermatology Institute of Victoria?
SAFE TGA approved products used by qualified injectors
TREATMENT PLANS Step by step treatment plans tailored for best outcomes
SKILLED ASSESSMENT Aesthetic treatments tailored to you by medical experts
ARTISTIC NATURAL RESULTS Our injectors are product trainers in Australia and New Zealand
What Dermal fillers treat
Many people don’t realise how versatile dermal fillers can be in the hands of a qualified and skilled medical practitioner. They are a safe, temporary and versatile treatment for the improvement of many different areas and skin concerns. Dermal fillers can be used to:
Enhance lip size and shape.
Enhance the chin and profile.
Alter nose shape.
Correct deeper lines such as the nasolabial folds and marionettes lines.
Alter and enhance facial shape.
Improve the appearance of scars and acne scars.
Add hydration to areas such as the hands or chest.
Improve chest wrinkling.
Enhance full facial rejuvenation.
Restore volume to the temples, brow and forehead giving the upper face and eye area a lift.
Give or restore volume under the eyes in the tear trough area helping to improve the appearance of dark circles, fine lines, volume loss and wrinkles.
*All results shown on our website have been achieved by our team members. Please note that results are individual and may vary.
How does the procedure work?
The most common type of fillers, are made up of a substance that is present in humans, particularly in the skin and joints. A stabilised version of this substance is injected under the skin to add volume, correct deficiencies and wrinkles or add hydration. There are several products available with varying consistencies and methods of injection. They are a safe, temporary and versatile treatment for the improvement of many different areas and skin concerns.
WHAT WILL THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE DURING THE PROCEDURE?
As many of these products now contain local anaesthetic, discomfort is minimal, however local anaesthetic cream or nerve blocks may still be required. The product is injected via a few different entry points depending on the area being treated, using either a needle or cannula.
WHAT CAN THE PATIENT EXPECT AFTER THE PROCEDURE?
Swelling at the injection site is common and generally more severe when the lips are injected. This generally subsides within two days. Bruising can occur after the injection, but usually resolves within seven days. It can take up to two weeks for the swelling and bruising to completely subside and the final result to be revealed.