Loss of Volume

One of the key aspects of ageing is loss of facial volume. When we are young, our faces are full, voluminous, radiant and youthful, but with the passage of time, we lose volume. The skin becomes thinner and more dehydrated, our bones begin to be reabsorbed, our natural fat pads disintegrate and drop down and lines and wrinkles start to appear. We lose volume across the whole face although the most obvious places are the cheeks, the lips and the brow. Simply erasing these lines does not correct the problem and when considering any cosmetic treatment it is always important to consider why have these lines appeared? By restoring volume where it has been lost is the perfect solution, creating facial rejuvenation and a younger looking you! Similarly, volume is lost in other areas of the body, especially the decolletage and backs of the hand resulting in crêpe skin. Dermal fillers are the perfect solution to these problems and are safe and effective.

Treatments for Loss of Volume:

  • Dermal Fillers

Cheryl Pullen:Profile

Cheryl Pullen - Director of Calla Aesthetics Ltd and Qualified Nurse since 1990. Cheryl is also an Independent Prescriber specialising in Cosmetic and Aesthetic procedures. Since 2004 she has continously undertaken training and attended many conferences, keeping up to date with the latest procedures.



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Excellent results from the treatments. Cheryl explained and advised in a very professional way. I am very confident in the treatments that she carries out and I will continue to have further treatments as necessary.