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Different Types Of Filler – Basic And Advanced

When opting to get filler, it is important to make sure that your practitioner is using the highest quality products and that your procedure will be performed safely. There are two types of filler, basic and advanced. Read on to learn more about them and the reason for the differentiation.


What Is The Difference Between These Types Of Filler?

The main points of difference between these types of filler are the areas that they can be used to treat and the qualifications needed to perform these procedures.

Treatments Areas – If you opt for a practitioner who is only trained to administer basic fillers, the areas of the face that they can treat will be limited. There may be slight differences between clinics, but generally the procedure will be restricted to nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and the fine lines found around the lips.

Those with the proper training to deliver advanced fillers, such as Dr Daniel Hunt, are able to treat any viable area of your choosing.

Qualifications – To become registered to perform advanced filler treatments, further qualifications are necessary. This extra training not only allows the practitioner to offer a full treatment range, but also ensures they are comfortable with the basic areas.

It is crucial that you do not receive advanced filler from anyone who is not fully qualified.

We would also strongly advise that you choose a fully medically trained professional to carry out any non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Glowday is the ideal place to find such practitioners. You can browse our numerous five-star reviews, from our Chalfont St Giles and Harley Street clinics, on their website.


Recent Developments

As a clinic who takes great pride in their work, and prioritises safety above all else, we were very pleased to see a recent announcement from the government which proposes tighter restrictions around those who can administer non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as fillers and Botox®.

Read the full announcement on the GOV.UK website here.

Dr Daniel Hunt is not only fully qualified to administer fillers, his medical degree has also given him exceptional knowledge of the human body. This means that he is the perfect person to advise you on how different types of filler can help you to look and feel your best.


Book In For Your Treatment Today

You can learn about the types of filler treatments that we offer on our website.

If you wish to undergo this procedure, the first step is to book in for a consultation. Dr Daniel Hunt will get to know you, explore exactly what results you are seeking, and talk you through how Imperial Aesthetics can help you to achieve these.

If you have any questions before booking your consultation, you can contact us through our website.

Make sure to keep up with all of our news, and see our stunning before and after photos, by following us on Instagram.

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