Dr Sian Aesthetics | Anti Ageing Aesthetic Treatments | Manchester

Why Do Wrinkles
& Folds Develop?

Wrinkles are initially produced from repeated use of the muscles of facial expression so called ‘dynamic’ wrinkles. As we age, decrease in fat, collagen and elastin fibres results in volume loss which produces ‘static’ wrinkles and deep folds. Skin is lined, less firm and less elastic. Underlying facial bone also erodes, leading to flattening of the forehead and cheekbones and distortion of facial proportions.

Facial ageing is only partially due to genetics. This process is greatly exacerbated by exposure to ultraviolet UV radiation, smoking, alcohol, stress and pollution.

Non surgical, anti-ageing treatments can reduce the appearance of folds and wrinkles, as well as reshape facial contours, producing natural results with little downtime.

What Are Dermal Filler Treatments?

Dermal Fillers or Soft Tissue Fillers are a form of cosmetic injection therapy used to rejuvenate facial features. Dermal Fillers can be temporary, permanent or semi permanent. Hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers – the commonest fillers used today – are temporary fillers. There are several FDA approved and CE marked fillers marketed in the UK.

Our Dermal Filler treatments are only administered by a healthcare professional within a clean, clinical environment.

How Do Dermal
Fillers Work?

Hyaluronic acid naturally occurs in the skin, where it hydrates and stimulates fibroblasts (the cells that produce collagen and elastin).

Hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers hydrate and add volume, shaping facial contours and smoothing facial wrinkles and folds.

Treatment Areas


Can I Have
Dermal Fillers?

Before Dermal
Filler Treatments

Consultation with our medical doctor is required prior to treatment. All the options for treatment, as well as the risks and complications of a Dermal Filler treatment will be discussed with you in detail to ensure informed consent.

Do not consume alcohol 24 hours prior to treatment, as this may increase the risk of bruising. It is advisable to have treatment at least 2 weeks before any special event to allow swelling or bruising to subside.


Treatment takes 20-40 mins (dependent on the area).

Local anaesthetic in dermal fillers decreases the discomfort during injection. Treatment effect is immediate.

The results can last up to 4–18 months, depending on type of filler used and the area treated.

All treatments are associated with some level of risk, and some of the complications may be permanent.

The commonest side effects are bruising, swelling, tenderness, itching and redness.

In rare cases, Dermal Fillers can block a blood vessel – leading to tissue death, permanent blindness or stroke.

Some people may not wish to undergo Dermal Filler treatments.

The alternative therapies include, but are not limited to, wrinkle reducing treatments, dermabrasion, medical-grade peels, prescription-strength vitamin A products, lasers and surgery. There is also the option of embracing your wrinkles and folds, doing nothing to alter their appearance.

Please note, this information is given as a reference only.

Book Your

To arrange a consultation with Dr Robinson, please fill out the contact form below

    Dr Sian

    09:00 - 17:00
    09:00 - 17:00
    09:00 - 17:00
    09:00 - 17:00
    09:00 - 15:00
    This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Click here to opt-out.