Facial Volume Loss

Loss of Facial Volume is a natural part of the ageing process and can result in a loss of density, contours and radiance and an increase in wrinkles, lines and sagging skin.

Hormonal changes, such as the decline of oestrogen, depletion of of collagen and elastin and receding bone mass in the face can all contribute to the loss of facial volume. The amount of hyaluronic acid produced by the body also reduces as we age, resulting in drier, thinner skin which doesn’t retain the plumpness of youth. Genetics and lifestyle factors such as diet, excessive sun exposure and exercise also contribute to the way and speed in which we age.

There are many treatments to help improve the effects of facial volume loss across both surgical and non-surgical.

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