Anti-Aging Injectables

With wrinkles, cracks and crevices appearing on our face as we lose elasticity and fullness, it is a battle to retain a youthful appearance.

Injectable fillers and Anti-wrinkle Injections are a mainstream of the cosmetic industry to women and men

Facial wrinkles and creases begin to appear as the underlying collagen and elastin fibres begin to break down and wear out after the age of 25. While this breakdown is part of the natural ageing process, it can also result from excessive squinting, frowning, smoking or sun damage.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers used to fill in those fine lines on that once youthful visage or fill deeper sun damaged wrinkles.  The downtime is minimal and the results immediate. Injectable wrinkle fillers are now a common tool in the anti-aging arsenal.

Which filler is right for you?


Initial consultation with one of our specialist cosmetic doctors is required to assess your skin condition and recommend an appropriate treatment for you to achieve optimum results.

Doctor recommend the appropriate filler and select the strategy - slow, gradual improvement or instant gratification with minimal maintenance thereafter. Our doctors understand how fillers work and what the results will be from each product.

There are two main classes of temporary fillers:

1.  Short-term fillers - frequently referred by a naturally occurring substance in your skin that helps add volume and hydration.  They are synthetically produced, yet almost identical to the substance that occurs naturally in your body.  The molecules in filler bind to water, re-strengthening the support system underneath wrinkled skin.  It used to plum thin lips and to fill creases such as nasolabial folds as well as to fill surface wrinkles and concave scars.

Commonly this type of fillers last about a year, and function in the same way.

2. Collagen - A major structural component of the skin, which is a stringy, fibrous protein that provides the skin with strength, flexibility and resilience.  it has been injected into fine lines and wrinkles n the U.S. since the 1970's.  But, there were allergic reactions and it just didn't last. 

Today there are fillers that are engineered to stimulate your own collagen.  There are 2 products on the market today that specifically do the job.

Radiesse uses calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres, a calcium-like product found in human bones and suspended in a gel) is used to fill deeper lines and to add volume to the mid-face.

Aesthetic microspheres is used for deep volume restoration by stimulating our own collagen. Results are gradual and require multiple treatments; you can expect to undergo three to five injection sessions over a three- to five-month period. Injections are made deep into the skin and, hence, may require a local anesthetic to minimize pain.


5 commonly areas treated

Facial feature Gel fillers Long term fillers
Nasolabial folds - from the nose to the angle of the mouth
Lips Enhancement  
Cheeks and chin shaping
The glabellar lines - between the eyebrows  
Marionette lines - folds around the corners of the mouth  
Improve lower eyelid dark circles / dark hollows  

Cosmetic Injections

Cosmetic Injections and Dermal fillers are the purified form of toxin, the bacterium that is directly associated with process. It is used in treating age lines or wrinkles (cosmetic), as well as other health problems such as dystonia, hyperhidrosis and migraine headaches (medical).

Do you want to know how anti-wrinkle injections work then follow the link.

Most common areas anti wrinkle injections used:

  •  Frown lines between the eyebrows
  • Crows feet and horizontal forehead lines
  • Bunny lines on the nose
  • Vertical lip lines  - smokers lines
  • Chin dimpling
  • Vertical neck bands
  • Shape or lift the eyebrows
  • Raise the corners of the mouth


Side Effects and Contra Indicators

Side effects from antiaging injection treatments are infrequent and generally mild and temporarily. Treatment side effect can include bruising at the injection site. Some people may have a mild headache after injection. The most common significant complication, which is rare, is drooping of the eyelids or eyebrows. This is temporary.

AntiAging injections should not be used during pregnancy or while breast feeding. It is also contraindicated in persons with certain neuromuscular diseases such as Myasthenia Gravis. Caution is advised in persons taking the certain antibiotics and blood thinning agents (may result in bruising)


Extended until Jun 30

Injections Melbourne special price
Injections buy in bulk, $1080 for 100 Units
Save on Dermal Filler Melbourne
Volumising Filler 1ml $725, 2ml $1300
Reshaping Filler 2ml $1300
Radiesse 1.5ml $900, 0.8ml $600

Facial Rejuvenation Melbourne
Look 10 years younger »


On this page

Common Dermal fillers types

Facial areas treated with Dermal Fillers

Cosmetic Injections use

Side effects and Contraindications



(03) 9530 9800
Chadstone Shopping Centre

icon icon icon