Treatment with filler (Hyaluron)

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With age, the hyalu­ronic acid deposits in our skin diminish. The conse­quences of this process are many: tension and elasticity diminish; skin becomes drier; small facial wrinkles become deeper; cheeks sink in; corners of the mouth sag; and the lips become thinner. What is perceived as aging skin is in fact a conse­quence of anato­mical changes in the face and, often, the result of a deficiency in the moistu­rizer hyaluron.

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Treatment with filler (Hyaluron) at a glance

Duration approx. 1 hour
Painless Yes
Follow-up treatment No

Treatment with filler (Hyaluron) Prices

Cheeks from CHF 500
Lips CHF 500
Nasolabial on both sides CHF 500
Mario­nette wrinkles /​Corner of the mouth from CHF 400
Chin from CHF 400
Jawline from CHF 500
Hand rejuve­nation from CHF 800
Hand rejuve­nation /​fine wrinkles from CHF 600
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Hyaluron Infor­mation

Hyalu­ronic acid, is a substance created by the body that works against wrinkles and sagging skin. This naturally occurring filler can be used to boost moisture and revitalize areas of sagging skin. Especially on the face, an injection of hyaluron is parti­cu­larly effective as a wrinkle treatment and can provide a fresher appearance with immediate effect.

Hyalu­ronic acid is a natural polysac­charide, more precisely a glycos­ami­no­glycan, which is joined together into a complex structure by the body’s own enzymes from individual building blocks. An injection of hyalu­ronic acid moistu­rizes the skin and stimu­lates collagen formation, thereby streng­thening connective tissue, which allows the skin to gain volume and firmness.

Treatment with hyalu­ronic acid can be used to smooth facial wrinkles of all kinds, to form fuller lips, and to contour the face (for example, the cheeks and chin). The procedure has an immediate effect and is a natural way of improving signs of aging skin.

The most frequently treated areas are:

  • Wrinkles between the nose and corners of the mouth (nasolabial folds)
  • Lips (incre­asing volume)
  • Cheeks and chin (contouring)
  • Back of the hand, décolleté and face (skin rejuvenation)
  • Wrinkles between the eyebrows (glabellar folds)

Before the treatment begins, the skin is thoroughly cleaned and disin­fected after which the substance is injected into the desired area. The doctor uses very thin needles for the injection, so the treatment is not very painful. If necessary, an anaes­thetic cream can also be applied before treatment.

  • Intake of blood thinners within the last 7 to 14 days (including aspirin, etc.), as well as vitamin-E or gingko-containing medica­tions, supple­ments with omega-3 fatty acids, and multi­vitamin supple­ments (due to risk of bruising)
  • Increased occur­rence of fever blisters (due to danger of triggering an outbreak in the treated area)
  • Products already used for wrinkle treatment (Many prepa­ra­tions cannot be combined.)
  • Known allergy to fillers
  • Pregnancy and lactation
  • Immediately after the treatment, the area should not be subjected to pressure or massages for about 12 hours, and dramatic facial movements should be avoided due to the risk of defor­mation and displa­cement of the material under the skin.
  • Avoid extreme sunlight, solarium, sauna, hammam and sports for two weeks after the treatment.
  • Careful use of make-up immediately after treatment is not a problem and may be useful for covering temporary redness.

Results are visible immediately after treatment but continue to improve over the following three days.

Hyalu­ronic acid binds water to the treated areas, thereby moistu­rizing the skin. This effect is long-lasting but not permanent. The duration of the effect is unique to each person and can last for up to nine months.

For most people, treatment with hyalu­ronic acid has no compli­ca­tions. However, the usual reactions associated with an injection may occur after treatment, such as redness, swelling, mild pain, itching or sensi­tivity. Your doctor will inform you about possible risks before treatment.

Despite the fine injection needles, after a wrinkle treatment (as with any injection), there may be slight redness, swelling, pain, itching and/​or bruising. Usually, such discomfort decreases after only a few hours but can on occasion last for a few days. Temporary redness and bruising can be easily covered with make-up.


If you have any questions, would like a consul­tation or a treatment appointment, we look forward to hearing from you.