How Long Do Fillers Last

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When injected into the skin via biodegradable fillers, hyaluronic acid offers a temporary volumising effect. In this case ‘temporary’ means roughly 3 to 24 months. Some of the most popular brands of hyaluronic acid-based biodegradable fillers include Juvederm and Revanesse.

Hyaluronic acid (HA) can stimulate collagen production and can also be mixed with additional ingredients. With high concentrations of hyaluronic acid and lots of cross-links, firm fillers can last up to two years.

What affects how long filler lasts?

Typically the lifespan of HA filler is 3-24 months, but depends on a number of factors. This includes:

  • indication for treatment (where it is used)
  • how much is used
  • product type: concentration of HA/cross-linking technology
  • individual physiology and lifestyle

Average length of time facial fillers and lip filler lasts

We can, however, give you an idea of the average length of time fillers last based on where they are placed.

  • Lip fillers tend to last between 3-8 months
  • Nose to mouth line fillers 8-12 months
  • Cheek fillers can last 12-18 months
  • Chin and jawline filler 12-24 months
  • Temple fillers 8-12 months
  • Tear trough fillers 12 months
  • Eyebrow fillers 3-8 months
  • Forehead filler 3-8 months

At The Academy Clinic, we pride ourselves on using only the highest quality products in the industry. You can trust that when you visit us, you’ll receive nothing but the very best.

After an in depth consultation and facial assessment, your practitioner will select the best products for you. The areas we treat include the lips, chin, nasolabial folds, marionette lines and cheeks. You can be rest assured that after the best product has been selected for your desired results, the treatment will be carried out with maximum comfort in mind, as all of our Dermal Filler products contain lidocaine, which will gently numb the area for the duration of the treatment and for approximately 1-2 hours after.

It’s like denim – if you want the ultimate pair of jeans, you need the best quality fabric and a precise pattern, stitched to give you that perfect cut. With fillers, you need the optimal ingredients that are then blended into a premium injectable solution. Then you need a specialist injector to artfully apply that filler to meet your needs.

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