Perfectha Dermal Filler

What is Perfectha?

Perfectha is designed for the correction of wrinkles, contouring of the face and volume restoration. Perfectha is a dermal filler injection technique designed to provide immediate and long-lasting results for the patient while ensuring the experience is as comfortable as possible. These dermal fillers are made of hyaluronic acid which is something we have in our body naturally, so it is extremely safe to use and your body treats it as normal.

Dealing with Ageing Skin

Gravity, exposure to the sun, use of medicines and daily life stress all contribute to our ageing skin. While the changes in our skin are somewhat unavoidable, thanks to our dermal fillers, we have procedures that provide solutions to these common ageing problems. As we age, we lose fat in our face and our bone structure changes, so our skin is sitting on a platform that is constantly reducing. Our dermal fillers help to replace what has been lost.

How long does Perfectha last?

It depends on the type of filler, but the minimum is usually 6 months, and this can go up to generally 12-18 months. We would always recommend someone who is using fillers for the first time to get a short-term treatment.

Is Perfectha safe?

Perfectha dermal fillers are safe. They should always be administered by a medical professional, to ensure the procedure is done correctly. As it is a hyaluronic acid dermal treatment, you can expect a minimally invasive procedure with impressive and long-lasting results.

Perfectha Technique

The Perfectha technique divides the face into 3 sections; upper, middle and lower. A point of entry is located for each third. The treatment is applied using a cannula, while a needle is recommended for adding more volume to specific areas like the chin.


Upper Third

The areas treated in the upper third of the face are the forehead, eyebrows and the temporal area.

Middle Third

The areas treated in the middle third of the face are the zygomatic arch, cheeks, nasolabial folds and the malar area.

Lower Third

The areas treated in the lower third of the face are the marionette lines, chin, jawline and the mandibular angle.