Dermal Fillers

Non-surgical Dermal Fillers

Procedure: Injection of Dermal Fillers
Anaesthesia: Topical or local anaesthesia if required
Procedure Time: 30 minutes
Down Time: No heavy lifting for 24 hours
Permanence: Repeated injection needed usually after 3-6 months


If you’re looking for a natural, non-invasive treatment for wrinkles, then a great option for you could be dermal fillers. London based cosmetic specialist Mo Akhavani has been successfully conducting this procedure for many years, and will ensure that you have a full understanding of the process and the results you can expect to achieve.

Regardless of how well we care for our skin by using sunscreen, eating healthily, staying hydrated and following a strict skincare routine, the effects of aging will catch up with all of us to some degree – and it can even be down to your genetics.

The problem is that the natural aging process causes our skin to lose:

Current research indicates that it’s not so much the descent of facial skin and tissue, but it’s the loss of volume that’s the main anatomical change as we get older – which is due to a natural reduction in our subcutaneous fat, and added to by a loss of skin elasticity. As we lose volume, wrinkles start to become more noticeable.

What are dermal fillers?

Whereas botulinum toxin is used more for the pre-emptive treatment of wrinkles, dermal fillers are used to improve the appearance of wrinkles that are already clearly apparent on our faces.

Most modern dermal fillers are made of hyaluronic acid which is a natural substance present in our body, and in particular our skin.

Therefore, the careful injection of dermal fillers can have a profound effect in producing a more rejuvenated appearance without the need for more extensive surgery, such as a face lift.

Dermal fillers are most commonly used to treat the following areas, producing excellent results for patients:

 Forehead wrinkles and furrows
 Frown lines
 Around the lips
 Nose to mouth contours
 Under-eye and cheekbone hollows
 Crow’s feet around the eyes
Because dermal fillers are natural, they’re gradually absorbed by the body, so in order to maintain the effects, treatments need to be repeated periodically. They’re a fantastic way of making non-permanent changes to your appearance, without the discomfort and disruption that can some hand-in-hand with surgery, giving you the option to continue with filler treatments, or return to your previous look if you decide it’s not for you.

Dermal fillers in Mo’s London clinics

As with any injectable, it’s essential to choose the right person to administer the treatment in order to ensure the best possible results and excellent standards of care.

Mr Akhavani provides dermal fillers from several London clinics, and has an in-depth understanding of the underlying anatomy of the areas that need treatment, with many years of experience in successfully carrying out the procedure.

To book an appointment for dermal fillers in London with Mr Akhavani, or for further information about the treatment, please call 0203 733 3224.


For further information on dermal fillers, please visit the following links:

BAAPS Patient Information On Dermal Fillers
ASPS Patient Information On Dermal Fillers
ASPS Patient Information On Hyaluronic Acid