The injectables have been popular for over a decade, with more than 7 million anti wrinkle injection procedures done in 2016 all over the world. Dermal fillers are also becoming increasingly popular worldwide, with 2.6 million procedures done in 2016. Since both are often used to prevent or eliminate the signs of ageing on the face like wrinkles, many get the 2 procedures confused.

So what are the differences between B....* (a brand of anti wrinkle injection) and Dermal Fillers? Which is better for you? These are questions commonly asked by our patients.

The simple answer to this?

Australians are No. 7 in the world when it comes to longest life expectancy according to figures by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. With the longer life expectancy, we all want to look younger for longer. However, having some of the highest levels of UV radiation in the world leads to more sun damage and aging on our skin than we’d like.  

There are many anti-aging skincare products and treatments designed to prevent and remove the signs of sun damage and aging. We can only try to stop the signs of aging from showing, but we couldn’t actually delay aging.  

Well, now you can.

Think you know everything about Dermal Fillers? Maybe not.

You would no doubt have heard many "horror stories" surrounding Dermal Fillers or even Botox.

How many of these stories are based on facts or misinformation?

To help you separate fact from fiction, we have rounded up the top 5 myths surrounding Dermal Fillers.

This is a question commonly asked by many of our patients.

The short answer: It depends.

There are now more choices than before when it comes to Dermal fillers. Everyone is looking for that perfect filler to correct their wrinkles, fill out their chin, cheeks and lips, or enhance their facial features. Some people want a permanent result, whilst some want to make sure it’s reversible. So how can you choose the best dermal filler?