About Neckline Fillers
Neckline filler, also referred to as neck filler or neck rejuvenation with dermal fillers, is a cosmetic procedure that involves the use of dermal fillers to enhance the appearance of the neck area. It is a non-surgical option aimed at addressing concerns such as sagging skin, wrinkles, creases, and loss of volume in the neck and jawline. As we age, the skin on the neck can become lax, leading to the development of horizontal lines (sometimes referred to as “necklace lines”), vertical bands, and a loss of definition in the jawline. Neckline filler is used to restore volume, smoothen out wrinkles, and create a more youthful and sculpted appearance in the neck and jaw area. Neckline filler is often combined with other non-surgical treatments, such as Botox injections for muscle relaxation or skin-tightening procedures, to achieve comprehensive neck rejuvenation.
Fillers near me? If you are looking for a trusted clinic where you can have injectables fillers. We are located right in the heart of London, on 15 Harley Street, which is only a 8 minuites walk away from Oxford Circus Station and Bond Street Station.
Who is this for?
Male and female who wishes for smooth and firm appearance on the neck area
You are not a suitable candidate for Dermal Fillers if you are:
- Pregnant or breast-feeding
- Have a history of hypersensitivity to one of the components of the products tested (hyaluronic acid, lidocaine, vitamins), of anaphylactic shock or severe allergy
- Have a history of autoimmune disease or disease affecting the immune system (type I diabetes, polyarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriasis, thyroid disorder, scleroderma, inflammatory intestinal disease, lupus, multiple sclerosis. ulcerative colitis)
- Have a pathology (herpes, acne, rosacea) or unhealed skin alteration
- Have had or have complications after a surgery during the past 5 years
- Have previous injection of permanent products (silicone, acrylic polymers, dextran)
- Have untreated infectious periodontitis, cellulitis of dental or ENT origin, dental abscess untreated or treated less than one week ago
- Are in association with a peeling, a laser treatment or based on ultrasound
- Redness, bruising, ecchymosis, hematomas, edema, itching, mild pain at the injection point which may occur after the injection and is resorbed after 24 hours to 8 days (on average within 72 hours);
- Indurations or nodules which may occur at the injection point 15 days to 3 months after the injection;
- You may also observe discoloration of the injection zone but it is usually temporary and will go away in 5-7 days
- Avoid alcohol 24 hours before treatment
- Avoid having treatment during menstruation period
- Please inform the practitioner if you have had any dermal fillers injection before treatment
- Please inform our practitioner if you have done Thermage/Ultherapy/Hifu or similar treatment upon consultation
- Come in bare skin on the treatment day
- If you have autoimmune diseases, diabetics, or take blood-thinning drugs, please inform your doctor in advance
- To limit sun exposure on the day of treatment, we recommend bringing a cap/hat and a pair of sunglasses
- Do not drink alcohol within 24 hours, and avoid spicy food, shelled seafood and beef
- No strenuous exercise for 24 hours
- You can wash your face and take a bath on the same day
- Do not apply skin care products to the needle eye within 24 hours, and do not rub the injection site
- Makeup is allowed after 24 hours
- Do not expose to the sun for two weeks
- The maintenance time varies according to the products used and the metabolism of each person, generally half a year to one and a half years. If there is pain or any other discomfort, please contact us in time
The duration of fillers last for will depend on the filler material used. The most commonly used filler material at Yuchi Medical is hyaluronic acid and can last 6-9 months.
The procedure may cause discomfort but it is not overly painful. An ice pack will be applied before the procedure to ease the discomfort and pain.
The common side effects include bruising, redness, swelling, tenderness, and slight bleeding at the injected sites. These reactions are temporary and typically subside within a week.