Hyaluronic acid, a completely natural component of our body, is widely used in the “filling” (hence the English name “filler”) of the deepest wrinkles on the face. Hyaluronic acid fillers are widely used to add volume to any area needed in the face, lips and body.



Over time our face as well as our whole body undergoes various changes. One of the first signs of aging is the loss of volume from areas of our face such as the cheekbones, lips and cheeks, resulting in the formation of wrinkles that are either superficial or deeper in the nearby areas (such as the nasopharyngeal grooves, or vertical lines on the sides of the mouth or puppet lines) and the overlying sagging of the skin. All these wrinkles and flaccidity are treated with the use of hyaluronic acid fillers.

Application and


Hyaluronic acid treatment can be applied:

  • To fill the nasopharyngeal grooves
  • To highlight the contour of the lips and increase their volume
  • To improve the contour of the face
  • To fill the deep wrinkles between the eyebrows
  • To restore the lost volume from the cheeks, temples and under the eyes (tear trough)

The application of hyaluronic acid fillers is done in the doctor’s office and is short, painless, safe and with immediately visible results!

Most people who are interested return to their office, or their social obligations, immediately after the application. The injectable implants used are recognized by the World Food and Drug Administration and are therefore safe. Prior to the treatment, topical analgesic cream may be applied to the areas to be treated.

The results are immediately visible and can last from 6-18 months. The face regains its lost radiance, youthfulness, freshness and vigor, without being altered, thanks to the training and years of experience of the doctor in the most modern anti-aging treatments.

Of course, more than one session may be needed for the desired result and certainly the repetition each time offers a more improved image of the person.

Combination of


Hyaluronic acid fillers are successfully combined for even more enhanced results with treatments such as neurotoxin, threads, mesotherapy, laser and peeling.


  • In people with coagulation disorders
  • In people taking specific medication
  • Pregnancy
  • Lactation


Rarely, swelling and bruising may occur at the application sites, and less frequently, an allergic reaction to the implant or a headache.