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Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers are used for both men and women who want to restore lost volume or enhance their appearance, such as reducing fine lines and wrinkles, lip enhancement, increasing jawline definition and so much more.
Dermal Fillers


  • Fantastic for facial volume enhancement
  • Reduces the presence of wrinkles
  • Lasts between 6 – 18 months
  • Results in a softer and smoother appearance

About Dermal Fillers

What are dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are injections of a specialised solution into the skin to restore facial volume including plumping the cheeks and reducing shallow or deep lines in the skin. They are often used in combination with muscle relaxant injections to give the overall refreshed appearance.
Comprehensive studies support dermal fillers safety and effectiveness. Dermal Fillers has been used in over 10 million treatments worldwide during the last twelve years.

For more information about dermal fillers, download our free guide.

How long do they last?

Dermal Fillers are ideally temporary in nature. They used to create an enhanced and smoother appearance. Most of these wrinkle fillers are temporary because they are eventually absorbed and broken down by the body. The effects can last 6 – 18 months depending on the area of treatment, the health of the skin, the client’s metabolism, and the type of filler used.

Gradually over a period of time your body will break down the dermal filler. This isn’t dangerous, and your skin will return to its normal state. Your skin may even show reduced signs of wrinkles compared to before the procedure as a result of the dermal fillers stimulating collagen production.
If for some reason you don’t like your dermal fillers, or you change your mind, they can easily be removed by a simple injecting procedure by our specialist doctor.

We do not perform permanent dermal fillers at Victorias Cosmetic Medical Clinic. Permanent fillers do not break down, which means they could be there for life unless they are surgically removed. As the skin ages around the permanent filler, it can create an undesired look.

How young is too young for Dermal Fillers?

The use of fillers started in the late 1990’s with fillers only being used for the fine lines developing on the upper lip or cheeks when we were somewhere in our forties.
Now we have a much younger clientele wishing to enhance their appearance and using fillers as a preventative of permanent lines in the future.

Why Choose Victoria’s?

Victoria’s Cosmetic Medical Clinic was started in 2002 by Anne Talbot, a registered nurse, and Dr Julie Osberg, a GP and cosmetic physician, so you can be sure you are getting a qualified opinion based on years of experience and expertise. Including their experience before working at Victoria’s, our injectors have performed over 10,000 dermal fillers since 1998.

At Victoria’s, we pride ourselves in producing a beautiful natural look with our clients, enhancing your appearance without making it obvious you have had anything done. We work with you to create a look suitable to your face and your tastes, without creating a ‘trout pout’ or ‘puffer cheeks’ which you may see from less qualified operators.

Victoria’s is a registered medical operator, and we use top of the range TGA approved dermal fillers in all of our treatments.

Frequently Asked Questions

While there are risks associated with dermal fillers, severe complications are uncommon. Victoria’s team has over 20 years of experience in performing cosmetic injections, with over 10,000 dermal fillers performed since 1998 – so you can be sure that our experience minimises any risks involved.

Any potential risks will be explained to you fully at your consultation prior to signing your consent but they include:

  • Acne-like skin eruptions.
  • Asymmetry
  • Bruising, bleeding from injection site, swelling
  • Damage to the skin that results in a wound and possible scarring
  • Infection at the injection site
  • Lumps
  • Palpability of the filler under the surface of the skin
  • Skin rash with itching
  • Skin redness
  • Under or over correction of wrinkles
  • Blindness
  • Skin Necrosis (ulceration or loss of skin from disruption of blood flow)

Please be sure to familiarise yourself with the risks of Dermal Fillers before consenting to a cosmetic injecting procedure.

Risks are minimised in the hands of a good cosmetic injecting clinician with proper training and extensive experience. Sterile treatment conditions and the highest quality products can go a long way to help reduce risks.

During a dermal filler consultation you discuss with the doctor/nurse your

  • Areas of concern
  • Expectations
  • Medical conditions and medications
  • Past treatments

At this time you will be given

  • Options available for treatment
  • Risks explained in detail
  • Photos
  • Likely outcomes discussed

You will be free to ask any questions that come to your mind, and with our combined expertise, we will be able to answer any questions you have.

  • Photos will be taken on the day of procedure.
  • Consent form reviewed and signed.
  • Topical anaesthetic applied.
  • After anaesthetic has had time to work then it will be removed and area cleansed.
  • The injections are with a very small needle and tiny amounts are injected very precisely and slowly.
  • After placement the area is lightly massaged and result evaluated. Sometimes further filler may be required and can be added at a later date if desired.

The whole process will take 15 – 30 minutes depending on amount of treatment.

After your dermal filler treatment it is normal to experience mild bruising, swelling and tenderness in the area of your injection, which may last for a few days following treatment.