Dermal Fillers

At our award winning Laser and Skin Clinics we use only the safest and most advanced FDA approved dermal filler products. There are currently several types of Dermal Fillers available on the market. The most popular types of dermal fillers are hyaluronic acid fillers (Belotero) calcium hydroxylapatite fillers (Radiesse) and polylactic acid fillers (Collagen Stimulating Filler), all of which are available at The Laser and Skin Clinic.

Our anti-ageing injection treatments are carried out by highly experienced nurses and doctors who provide a range of Dermal Fillers to suit your individual requirements.

As the skin ages the major elements of the dermis are gradually lost. These elements include elastin, hyaluronic acid and collagen. Collagen is the major protein which supports the skin, while hyaluronic acid assists in adding volume and shape to the skin and these materials prevent the skin from becoming saggy. However, as they gradually decrease in the body the skin ultimately becomes thinner and lined with deep wrinkles. Dermal Fillers provide a perfect solution to this problem by restoring such lost volume.

What are Dermal Fillers?

The term “dermal filler” encompasses a wide range of products, and is an expression which describes a treatment that adds volume and structure to the face. Dermal Fillers are fast and effective treatments, to soften lines and creases, temporarily restoring a smooth, improved and more youthful appearance.

How do Dermal Fillers work?

Dermal Fillers involve an injection of a gel-like product (depending on the type of filler) to physically fill and plump out the line or area of concern. The product acts as a scaffold under the skin, providing structure and stimulating your own natural collagen to grow. Ultimately the body absorbs the product and leaves behind the natural collagen for long-lasting results.

What price is the treatment?

Prices will depend on the amount of product and type of filler used. Prices start from €250.

What are the benefits of having a Dermal Filler treatment?

  • Adds lost volume to sunken/hollow areas
  • Will break down naturally – non permanent
  • Provides natural results
  • Safe FDA approved procedure with minimal downtime
  • Stimulates collagen and skin rejuvenation
  • Supports skin from sagging

Frequently Asked Questions

Frown Lines

When we contract our forehead muscles, deep lines can materialise. Also referred to as an “11”, frown lines form in between your eyebrows. Over time, these lines start to linger and prove to be a bugbear for many.

Crow’s Feet

These are wrinkles that form in the corner of the eyes. They can be caused by ageing, sun exposure, expressions and smoking. Crow’s feet can also be treated with Anti-Wrinkle Injections.

Tear Trough

The tear trough is a depression between the fat of the lower eyelid and the bulk of the cheek often referred to as hollowness under the eyes.


Ageing usually contributes to volume loss. The round, full look diminishes as the fat pads in our cheeks gravitate downward. See Cheek Enhancement.


Non-surgical nose jobs are a new and exciting alternative available to those looking improve the shape of their nose without undergoing invasive surgery. See Non-Surgical Nose Reshaping.

Nasolabial Folds

Also referred to as “smile lines”, these lines run down the sides of the nose to the corner of the mouth. Most of us notice these when smiling, laughing or talking, but over time they can develop into static lines.

Smoker’s Lines (Perioral lines)

The use of dermal fillers can smooth and fill out these crepey lines on the upper lip area creating a much softer, younger-looking appearance.


Thin lips are not necessarily a result of ageing; many men and women are born with thinner lips. If you would like to add volume, but avoid an exaggerated look, The Laser and Skin Clinic can use the most advanced lip fillers to add volume to your natural lip shape. See Lip Filler Treatment for more info.

Marionette Lines

Located just below the corners of the mouth, the marionette lines can make you look sad or angry when relaxing your face.


A great alternative to a surgical chin implant, is non-surgical chin augmentation achieved with dermal fillers to reshape and contour the chin area.


Also known as soft tissue augmentation where several syringes of Dermal Fillers can be injected to augment and contour the jawline.


Inevitably, the skin loses its elasticity and firmness over time. Sun damage in particular can contribute to this aged look on the chest area, and the thinning of the skin can amplify the neck bands, adding years to your appearance.

Facial fillers can be used on a wide range of clients, and is primarily used for skin rejuvenation, contouring and the reduction of lines and wrinkles. It can also be used to treat scarring in some cases. Other suitable candidates are those seeking to add structure and volume to the face.

A typical dermal fillers treatment takes around 30-45 minutes and clients can expect to notice the effects from 3-18 months after treatment depending on the type of filler used and the area being treated.

We believe that only medically trained clinicians should perform injectable treatments. The result of treatment is only as good as the practitioner. Anna Gunning, Aesthetic Nurse and Owner of The Laser and Skin Clinic, has practiced in the medical field for over twenty-five years, and has been an aesthetic nurse for the last twelve years. Having treated thousands of clients, Anna has ample experience and an extensive skill set in advanced dermal filler techniques.

Numbing cream may be applied prior to treatment however advances in dermal filler products means that some products now contain a numbing agent to help numb the treated area simultaneously during treatment proven to aid client comfort.

Treatment times vary ranging from 30-45 minutes.

With any injectable treatment, there can be some slight bruising or swelling that accompanies it. This should not persist much longer than a few days and can easily be concealed with makeup.

While there are permanent fillers available on the market, we do not use them at The Laser and Skin Clinic. We promote the use of temporary (resorbable) fillers, as clients should have the ultimate say on what they would like from their treatment. If permanent fillers are used, there runs the risk of the client not liking the result achieved and not being able to reverse the effects of treatment.

Temporary fillers are considered a very safe form of filler as the product will be absorbed by the body during a gradual process in which any potential side-effects are not last longing. Temporary fillers are composed of various man-made, synthetic materials which include hyaluronic acid and calcium hydroxylapatite.

The majority of the time family and friends will not notice you’ve had cosmetic treatment done, and that’s wonderful! It is much better for people to recognise something has changed, commenting on how refreshed you look and how good your skin is looking, than for them to exact what kind of treatment you’ve had. Wouldn’t you agree?

At The Laser and Skin Clinic we use a wide range of the FDA approved Dermal Fillers, each one used for specific areas and desired results. There are currently several types of Dermal Fillers available on the market. The most popular types of dermal filler are hyaluronic acid fillers, calcium hydroxylapatite fillers and polylactic acid fillers of three which are available at The Laser and Skin Clinic with Belotero, Radiesse and Collagen Stimulating Fillers.

Belotero (Hyaluronic Acid Fillers)

Hyaluronic acid fillers also referred to as HA dermal fillers are widely used in the Ireland and the UK due to their high levels of safety and reliability. It is a natural substance which can be found in every living organism but diminishes as we age. As a result, it is biocompatible and side-effects are very rare. Hyaluronic acid fillers come in varying levels of thickness and so they are a flexible option to improve different areas of the face. Belotero dermal filler products work to iron out wrinkled, crepey skin and give a much fuller look. Due to the high levels of hyaluronic acid, they also attract and retain water, improving the skin’s appearance and texture. See Belotero for more information.

Radiesse (Calcium Hydroxylapatite Fillers)

Calcium hydroxylapatite has maintained a safe standard of treatment in the cosmetic industry for many years and is the main element of Radiesse dermal filler. This is a temporary but longer-lasting type of dermal filler which works wonders for facial contouring. It is used mainly for volumising midface, jawline contouring, cheek enhancements or as a rejuvenating treatment for the face as it stimulates collagen while present in the skin. See Radiesse for more information.

Collagen Stimulating Fillers (Poly-l-lactic acid fillers)

Collagen stimulators are injectable and encourage the body’s own collagen to form and provide beneficial effects. The product is composed from poly-l-lactic acid and which adds volume and improves skin texture. Such products can improve skin thickness and last up to two years, with the results gradually improving over several months for a subtle improvement. This is an excellent choice of dermal filler if you do not want to show obvious signs that you have had treatment. See Collagen Stimulating Fillers for more information.

Prices will depend on the amount of product and type of filler used. Prices start from €250. See Special Offers

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