We offer the latest in cheek filler treatments at our Brisbane, Darwin, Adelaide and Gold Coast injectables clinics. Read on to learn more about the treatment then book your appointment online at your nearest Cosmetic Injectables Australia location.
Facial aging is a natural process that occurs as we get older. It is influenced by both intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Intrinsic factors include genetics, changes in hormone levels, and natural loss of facial fat over time. Extrinsic factors include environmental factors such as sun exposure, pollution, and smoking.
Cheek volume loss is a common sign of facial aging. As we age, we lose facial fat and bone density, which can cause the cheeks to flatten and droop. This loss of volume can result in a sunken, tired appearance. The volume loss in the cheeks can also impact how you appear in the eye area. It can often enhance the volume loss in the tear trough leading to a ‘tired’ appearance.
Dermal filler injections are a popular cosmetic treatment for correcting facial aging and cheek volume loss. They are made from various substances, the most commonly preferred product being a natural occurring sugar that attracts water and can be injected into the skin to add volume and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Cheek fillers work by attracting water which enables support through plumping wrinkles and restoring lost volume to the face. Dermal fillers can be used to enhance the cheeks, improve the ‘tired eye’, reduce the appearance of nasolabial folds (the lines that run from the nose to the corners of the mouth), and add volume to the lips.
The procedure for cheek filler injections is relatively quick and straightforward, with little to no downtime. However, it is important to note that they are medicines and there are risks involved.
It is important to undergo a medical assessment and consultation so all risks can be thoroughly explained. It is also important to discuss the potential risks and benefits of the cheek filler treatment with a healthcare professional before proceeding.
Below is a small sample of before and after images, used with permission, from cheek filler treatments carried out in our Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide and Darwin clinics. We’ll discuss your desired appearance at your initial consultation and tailor your filler treatment to suit.
|DERMAL FILLER FOR CHEEKS – FROM||$650|
|2 DERMAL FILLER FOR CHEEKS||$1100|
|3 DERMAL FILLER FOR CHEEKS & LIPS||$1390|
|3 DERMAL FILLER FOR TEAR TROUGHS & CHEEKS||$1595|
Book a consultation with one of our highly experienced cosmetic injectable nurses at either our Brisbane, Adelaide, Gold Coast or Darwin clinics today by selecting your nearest clinic below.
On average results from cheek filler injections last around 6 months. However, this varies from person to person based on how fast your body metabolises the filler.
Again this will vary from person to person, however as a general guide cheek filler take up to 2 weeks to ‘settle’ and for the final results to be reached
As with other types of dermal filler treatments, cheek filler injections require no downtime for most clients. You may experience slight bruising or swelling in the coming days, however this can be easily managed with paracetamol if required.
Samantha, is a Cosmetic Nurse Injector, with 13 years clinical experience within the healthcare industry.
With 15 years’ experience in the healthcare industry, Jessica has built the fundamentals needed to provide her clients with the best possible care
Highly accomplished Registered Nurse with over ten years’ experience; a strong knowledge of cosmetic medicine, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery (pre-, peri- and post-operative).