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Dermal & Volumising Fillers in South Yarra, Melbourne

Types of facial fillers

Injectable fillers can treat a variety of cosmetic issues — giving you results that may last for months or sometimes, much longer. These fillers contain mostly hyaluronic acid mixed with analgesia, and typically, are classified as either:

  •  Augmenting Dermal fillers: treating wrinkles, fine lines and scars
  • Volumising fillers: adding volume to cheekbones, temples, jaw bones, chins and even noses.
Lip fillers for cosmetic inhancement

Female cosmetic physician Dr Joni Feldman  performs all cosmetic injectables procedures in her South Yarra rooms (near Prahan, Windsor and Toorak).

How dermal fillers help

Our faces aged slowly and subtly. Over time, our faces suffer a loss of volume due to our underlying collagen and natural hyaluronic acid depleting. Fat stores deteriorate and even the bone mass in our faces decrease. This generalised thinning to all components of the face contributes to the general appearance of ageing.With volumising soft tissue fillers, lip fillers and cheek fillers, your face can be  filled to make  these changes.

This information has been medically reviewed by Melbourne-trained cosmetic physician Dr Joni Feldman,

AHPRA General Registration: Dr Joni Ingrid Feldman, Medical Practitioner – MED0001156545

Where are volumising dermal fillers used?

  • Over cheekbones –cheek fillers
  •  Corners of the mouth
  • Lifting and enhancing sunken cheeks
  • Restoring volume to skeletal-looking temples
  • Jawline – improving  jowls

Are volumising face fillers right for me?

If your face is starting to age and you feel that you are suffering from any of the below, you may be a candidate for volumising injectable dermal fillers:

  • Flat or sunken cheeks
  • Deep smile line
  • Sunken temples
  • Early signs of jowls
  • Hollows or bags under the eyes

What does the treatment involve?

Volumising treatments typically involve just one injection then using a canula into each designated area. Occasionally further treatments may be required for optimal results. The initial treatment lays the foundation for further improvements or aesthetic adjustments.

Time required?

The procedure for all dermal fillers takes  half an hour, with results being immediate and patients being able to resume normal activities straight away.

Be treated by an cosmetic doctor —

At the Clinic of Cosmetic Medicine, all injectable procedures are performed by Dr Joni Feldman — and not any other staff member — in her South Yarra rooms (near Prahan, Windsor and Toorak). One of  Melbourne’s  female cosmetic physicians.


As with any medical procedure, there are risks involved with the use of dermal fillers. Most side effects associated with dermal fillers, such as swelling and bruising occur shortly after injection and many resolve in a few days to weeks. In some cases, side effects may emerge weeks, months, or years later. Read more about dermal filler risks here.