Fillers containing cross-linked hyaluronic acid are one of the most important substances used in rejuvenation treatments:

They rebuild lost volume (in age-related atrophy of the bones and deep fat pads of the face, such as the cheeks), when administered subcutaneously, they stimulate the formation of new collagen, provide support for the skin by preventing tissue sagging, and give an immediate effect of a younger and rested face (nasolabial furrows). When administered to the lip area, they shape the lips, prevent wrinkles and provide long-lasting hydration.

Key features of hyaluronic acid filler treatments:

  • Safe. The use of flexible cannulas for most treatments has significantly reduced the risk of puncturing vessels, nerves and associated complications. Treatments already performed and tested in millions of patients worldwide, products present on the market for many years, of natural origin
  • Fully reversible in most cases. The enzyme hyaluronidase allows the effect of the treatment to be reversed if necessary
  • Quick and allows an immediate return to daily activities, thanks to the administration of the product from a few (usually 2) injection points
  • Natural. When performed correctly, the hyaluronic acid integrates perfectly into the tissues, remaining unnoticeable and also undetectable after some time



We use preparations manufactured by the best European laboratories located in Switzerland, France and Italy.
All products have the appropriate medical certificates and are purchased from authorised distributors, which ensures the safety of the treatments – as the correct temperature is maintained during the transport process. Their names can be found in the price list.

Features of the fillers currently used in my practice:

  • products awarded the “Pearl of Aesthetic Dermatology” and the “Anti-Ageing & Beauty Trophy”
  • range with amino acids, calcium hydroxyapatite, cross-linked PEG – with studies in Hashimoto’s disease, among others
  • a range with RHA technology for a visual effect of integration with the patient’s own tissues
  • a range of monophasic fillers that have been on the market for 15 years
  • specialised preparations used to fill the tear trough