What makes cosmetic injection with the long-lasting implant different?
Is this treatment for you?
If you have already tried dermal fillers and love the results, you might consider this long-lasting solution. Injectable implants can be used to restore and define facial contours, or to create long-term results in non-surgical rhinoplasty or chin augmentation.
Long-lasting implant injections can achieve the same results as temporary fillers but delay the need for repeat treatments very significantly, reducing cost, discomfort and inconvenience.
Because they take the form of tiny discrete implants, injections of this long-lasting treatment can’t migrate from the injection site, providing a long-lasting and stable result.
While the results of these treatments last many years, skin continues to age so top-up treatments may be required at a later date, depending on individual factors such as sun damage, age and skin structure.
This treatment can also be used with other non-surgical therapies, such as anti-wrinkle injections, for a long-lasting, universal result.
This Danish long-lasting injectable implant was approved for use in 2001 and is now available in 40 countries. It has been used for more than 400,000 treatments and subjected to numerous clinical studies establishing its long-term predictability and lack of side effects, as well as the high level of patient satisfaction with its aesthetic results.
This product should not be injected over temporary dermal fillers – ask a cosmetic practitioner trained in this treatment for details.
Find out more
This is a specialised treatment and not available at all practices or clinics.
To find out if this long-lasting treatment could be the solution to your aesthetic concerns, make an appointment with a cosmetic practitioner trained in this treatment. This practitioner can tell you how these injections can work for you and provide detailed information about the product and a treatment plan to meet your needs.
- Specialty treatment
- Less frequent injections
- No allergy testing
- Neutral pH
- Biologically inactive