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Dermal fillers and lip fillers Doncaster

Bespoke Lip Enhancement

From £250

Premium Juvederm dermal fillers known as Volbella/Volift are used to define and volumise the lips for natural enhancement. Bespoke techniques have been mastered by Claire and are used to give smooth, flawless, hydrated and natural-looking volume and definition.

Cheeks/ Chin/ Temple Contouring

From £300

A thicker and longer-lasting premium Juvederm dermal filler known as Voluma/Volift is used to lift and contour the cheeks, elongate the chin for a better profile, lift the temples and improve overall contour.

Jawline Contouring

From £400

A thick, long lasting premium Juvederm filler called Voluma is used to define and contour the jawline. Using a cannula and needle for a more flattering sculpted look, Claire will lift the lower face as part of full face rejuvenation.

Tear Trough Treatment

From £300

A very thin premium Juvederm dermal filler called Volbella is used to very carefully and subtly fill the tear trough to help refresh tired eyes and lift heavy bags. Not suitable for everyone - a consultation is needed first to assess suitability.

Lower Face Rejuvenation

Initial 1ml £250

A range of premium Juvederm dermal fillers and techniques are used to completely rejuvenate the whole lower face and peri-oral areas. An initial consultation is needed to discuss how many mls will be needed. The initial 1ml is £250 and further mls are priced at £200 per ml. 

Full Face Rejuvenation

From £1200

Similar to the lower face rejuvenation, but a full face approach. Great for lifting and improving skin quality. Best combined with anti wrinkle treatments.



A clever mix of amino acids and hyaluronic acid to increase production of elastin, collagen and fibroblasts. This dramatically improves the condition of the skin and can be used on the face, hands, decolletage and neck.  Three to four treatments are needed and each appointment includes a Biorepeel face peel to improve results.

BioRepeel Chemical Peel

From £50

Using lipid technology to prevent the flaking associated with other chemical peels, BioRepeel retains moisture while effectively working to increase the production of collagen to improve skin texture. Can be done weekly for a month for great results or can be used as a stand alone treatment.

Ask Claire

What are dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers such as Juvederm, Restylane and Teosyal contain hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring product in the body that causes plumpness and volume. Our bodies make it and break it down again everyday. As we age, we break it down faster than we make it, causing loss in volume (think ageing lips). The products we use as fillers are therefore a naturally-occurring substance in the body that is cross-linked to prevent your body from breaking it down straight away. However, your body will eventually break it down, meaning it is not permanent.

What is the process for dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are medical devices and not a prescription medicine. We first meet with you for a consultation to discuss what it is you want to achieve. When we are happy to go ahead and have discussed which products to use and which techniques best suit your needs, we can start treatment.


You will sign consent and fill out a medical history. I will then take clinical photos and apply a numbing cream that stays on for 20-30 minutes. We cleanse the skin and use an anti septic pre-injection wipe to make sure everything is clean.


We will take plenty of time to ensure you remain comfortable throughout the procedure. The lips are massaged after we are done to make sure there are no lumps or bumps, and antibacterial cream is applied. After photos are then taken. 

Are there any risks to fillers?

In short, yes - there are risks with all medical aesthetic treatments. These risks are explained to you in full during the consent and consultation process. This is a reason why you should ONLY go to a medically trained professional for these treatments. These risks should not be taken lightly. Risks are made smaller by my in-depth knowledge of how to reduce and prevent them, and also, more importantly, my in-depth knowledge of what to do in the unlikely event something were to go wrong. It is one of the reasons I only work from a clinical environment. Being from a dental background means that I have very good knowledge of the anatomy and all the blood and nerve supplies to the head and neck. This therefore lowers the risks even further still. Rest assured you are in safe hands with me.

Do dermal fillers hurt?

Having dermal fillers such as Juvederm, Restylane and Teosyal require numerous injection sites. Without some form of local anesthesia this may be uncomfortable. However, I do everything I can to make the treatment experience as comfortable and pain free as possible. I allow plenty of time for treatment so we can keep the numbing cream on as long as we can to work its magic. And other patients will tell you (as will I, as I do my own treatments), that the numbing cream is amazing. Some of the products also contain anesthetic, so you shouldn't feel too much pain.

How long will the fillers last?

Juvederm, Restylane, Teosyal and other filler products vary in longevity. New technology behind the Juvederm Vycross range claim to make the filler product last one year to 18 months in some cases. Expect to want a top up every 3 to 6 months or 6 to 12 months, depending on which product is used and on which site. In some rare cases a person may break down the filler products very quickly.

How old do I need to be?

The minimum age for treatment is legally 18 years old. However, at consultation we will assess if the treatment is suitable for you or not. Both parties need to feel comfortable having the treatment. 

What is the aftercare for dermal fillers?

  • There is a risk of bruising and swelling with dermal fillers. To reduce the risk of bruising do not drink alcohol in the days leading up to your treatment and for a few days after. 

  • It is suggested you don't do exercise after treatment.

  • The night that the treatment is carried out, sleep raised with extra pillows so you are not laid flat.

  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day.

  • Apply ice on and off all day and the days after treatment until swelling has subsided.

  • It is advised not to go into extreme heat or cold within one to two weeks of treatment.

  • Sunbeds are not recommended within a week of treatment.


Wow, my teeth look and feel amazing! I would highly recommend Claire. She made me feel at ease and did a wonderful job!

Claire is amazing! I've been to her a couple of times for lip fillers and I couldn't recommend anyone better.

Claire has taught me how to clean my teeth properly and help prevent further problems. I wish I had found her a long time ago!

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