How old is 'too old' for fillers?

We know that we might need more fillers as we age, but how old is 'too old' for fillers? 

If you're asking us, we'll tell you that you're never 'too old' for anything you want to do. 

We've had some of the most incredible results with our mature age patients - who walk out from their treatments feeling as fabulous and fresh as they look!

We all lose volume as we age through bone loss, fat loss, and loss of skin thickness - usually collagen depletion. The good news is there are products designed for exactly this reason, which are safe to use and they can be reversed if you don't love them.

Wrinkles in the chin can be caused by a few different factors. A strong chin muscle developed over time can leave a horizontal line in the chin, and the appearance of an upside down smile - this can be treated with anti-wrinkle injectables to soften the muscle (treating the cause) and fillers to smooth out the wrinkle (treating the symptom). A wrinkled chin could also be from heavier cheeks migrating down the face, in this case some attention to upper cheek area can solve the issue!

Sometimes two different types of products are needed, one for a high level of support injected deeper into the skin. The other, more supple and flexible, used on top for the superficial lines. This technique smooths the deeper lines as well as the finer wrinkles, adds volume to the skin and gives a beautiful results - usually used for a patient who is upwards of the big 5-0.

If you'd like to know more about the treatments and products available to you, why not call our fabulous reception team and make a booking today? Consultations are free, and we would love the opportunity to speak with you about your anti-ageing desires.

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* This is not medical advice and should not be taken as such. Please see your doctor if you have any questions or concerns. Call Mermaid Central Medical Clinic on (07) 5575 2444 or visit the website to make an appointment.