Dermal Fillers Newcastle

Are you looking for Dermal Fillers in Newcastle upon Tyne? Dr. Matla provides high-quality dermal fillers for various facial areas, ensuring exceptional results.

Dermal Facial Fillers Newcastle

Non Surgical Facelift Treatment

These before and after photos show treatment including PDO threadlift and facial fillers

Cheek fillers Newcastle

Are you self-conscious about your cheekbones? You may be considering cheek fillers.

Cheek fillers are injections that will raise the volume of the area around your cheekbones. Providing the illusion of a more defined bone structure. By injecting volume under your skin layer, cheek fillers can also smooth out wrinkles and fine lines.

Cheek fillers can last anywhere from 18 months to 2 years before results are no longer noticeable. The dermal filler will eventually dissolve and metabolise into your skin tissue.

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Lips Fillers Newcastle

The most common reason men and women have lip fillers is to rectify asymmetry. For instance, a conspicuous ridge on one side or if one of the top edges is higher than the other can be filled in with dermal to create an even appearance.

Achieving facial harmony. — a popular surgical procedure for persons with an uneven Cupid’s bow, one side of the mouth that is somewhat larger than the other, or a top or bottom that is overly prominent. Unevenness is easily rectifiable with our lip enhancement treatment.

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Non-Surgical Nose Job Newcastle

Dr Matla’s Non-Surgical Nose Job takes about thirty minutes to perform. Dermal filler is injected to fill depressions, smooth out sharp angles, or change the angle of the tip of the nose, restoring symmetry and making your nose appear more attractive and in better harmony with your face.

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty avoids the common risks of surgical rhinoplasty such as scarring, difficulty breathing through the nose, poor cosmetic results, and, of course, the pain and recovery time.

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Chin and Jawline Fillers Newcastle

A strong chin and streamlined lower face are important elements of attractiveness, adding definition, creating symmetry, and bringing balance to facial features. For individuals who desire more definition in this area, Dr Matla performs nonsurgical chin augmentation in Newcastle using injectable dermal fillers. He can also contour the neck and jaw using fillers and Botox. A great chin is one component to frame your features. Combined with a great jawline, the chin can make a big impact on your profile and your selfie. 

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Tear Trough Filler Treatment Newcastle

Tear trough filler treatment instantly restores lost volume, reducing unsightly dark circles and the appearance of bags under the eyes. Tear trough treatment can also reduce fine lines by boosting collagen production and rehydrating your eye area from the inside out. This treatment can give you a fresher younger look giving you back your confidence. If you feel you have hollow or sunken eyes and want to restore your natural beauty get in touch with Dr Matla at his Newcastle clinic to arrange an in-depth consultation.

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Dermal Fillers can be permanent or temporary

A permanent filler can provide lasting results; but as the term suggests, this can mean living with a result…permanently. Or there are non-permanent fillers that can have durable, long-lasting results, but your body is able to metabolise them and eventually, the results will fade.

Although facial fillers can be made of different ingredients, they all aim to produce a result that is seen instantly after the procedure. Furthermore, by injecting fillers into specific points on the face you can achieve effects similar to a facelift whilst avoiding invasive and expensive surgery.

A common type of dermal filler is a Hyaluronic Acid (HA) facial filler. HA fillers are natural fillers that are injected directly into the skin to reduce the signs of ageing and improve overall skin quality, by adding moisture back where it is needed. They also add volume, to either restore volume lost over time or to provide a subtle enhancement, leaving you feeling confident.


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Nasolabial folds are the lines that run from the nose down to the lips



Marionette lines are the lines that run from the mouth to the chin , these often deepen with age but can be treated 


Tear Troughs

Tear troughs are the areas underneath your eyes that can make you look tired and older. Tear Trough Fillers can be placed in the tear trough itself or slightly lower on the cheekbone



Non-Surgical Nose Job (“Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty” or “15 minute nose job” ) resolves the appearance of bumps, drooping tips, or crooked noses safely and quickly.


Chin Augmentation

Using fillers is a perfect alternative to a surgical chin implant. Fillers will help define your Jaw and achieve a great look



Crows feet are the wrinkles that appear around your eyes as you age, this condition can be treated with botox or dermal fillers



Perioral lines are the lines that run around the lips from the mouth to the chin, these are caused by a loss of collagen and elastin in the skin as we age.



Hollow cheeks can be very ageing, great results can be achieved using dermal fillers to correct this condition. Cheek Fillers are designed to lift your cheekbones, add volume to your face, and smooth fine lines and wrinkles.


Lips and Vermillion Border

Probably the most well-known use of fillers. The lips can be plumped with dermal filler in the body of the lip or the borders to increase fullness. This treatment is ideal for correcting thin lips or downward smiles. 



Enhancing your natural beauty with dermal fillers is a popular choice for many seeking a rejuvenated appearance. When considering fillers, it’s essential to understand the key differences between permanent and resorbable options.

Permanent fillers offer long-lasting results, as they don’t break down over time like resorbable fillers. However, it’s crucial to note that their effects are irreversible. This means that once injected, they remain in the skin indefinitely, making any adjustments or corrections challenging.

Furthermore, the use of permanent fillers carries the risk of delayed hypersensitivity reactions, which can lead to discomfort or complications over time.

In contrast, resorbable fillers provide a safer alternative. While they may not last as long as permanent fillers, their temporary nature allows for flexibility in adjusting or reversing the effects if desired. Additionally, resorbable fillers generally pose a lower risk of adverse reactions, offering peace of mind for patients.


Understanding the natural ageing process is key to addressing concerns about facial volume loss. Over time, several factors contribute to the gradual changes in our skin’s appearance:

  1. Loss of Hyaluronic Acid and Elasticity: Hyaluronic acid is a vital component of healthy, youthful skin, responsible for hydration and plumpness. As we age, our bodies produce less hyaluronic acid, leading to decreased skin elasticity and firmness. This decline contributes to the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and overall loss of volume.
  2. Reduction of Subcutaneous Fat: Another hallmark of facial ageing is the gradual loss of subcutaneous fat, which provides crucial support and volume to the facial contours. As fat diminishes over time, particularly in areas like the cheeks and temples, the skin may appear hollowed or sunken, further exacerbating the signs of ageing.
  3. Bone Resorption: Ageing also affects the underlying facial bones, resulting in a process known as bone resorption. This natural phenomenon involves the gradual loss of bone density and volume, particularly in areas such as the jawline and cheekbones. As the structural support provided by the bones diminishes, the overlying skin can appear less defined and sagging.

Collectively, these age-related changes contribute to facial volume loss, causing the skin to sag and lose its youthful contours. Fortunately, advancements in aesthetic medicine offer a range of treatments to address these concerns and restore volume to the face.


HA is a fundamental component naturally present in our skin, renowned for its exceptional ability to attract and retain moisture. Often described as nature’s moisturiser, this remarkable molecule acts as a molecular sponge, absorbing and holding onto significant amounts of water within the skin’s layers, promoting a plump, hydrated, and supple complexion.

Within aesthetic medicine, hyaluronic acid is widely utilised in the form of injectable fillers, where it is crafted into a gel-like substance. These HA fillers are meticulously designed to replenish lost volume, smooth out wrinkles, and enhance facial contours, offering a non-invasive solution to combat the visible signs of ageing.

However, as we journey through life, our skin undergoes a natural evolution, with one notable aspect being the gradual depletion of hyaluronic acid. Research suggests that between the ages of 40 and 50, we experience a significant decline, losing approximately 50% of our natural HA reserves. This decline manifests in various ways, including increased dryness, thinning of the skin, and heightened vulnerability to external stressors, leaving our once-plump and radiant complexion looking lacklustre and fragile.

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Fillers and botulinum toxin are both used to treat wrinkles. However, their mode of action is completely different. It’s essential to understand between two popular options: hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers and botulinum toxin, commonly known as Botox. While both are revered for their ability to combat wrinkles and rejuvenate the skin, their mechanisms of action and treatment approaches differ significantly, catering to distinct aesthetic needs and goals.

Botulinum toxin operates by targeting the underlying muscles responsible for creating dynamic wrinkles, such as crow’s feet and frown lines. Through precise injections, the toxin induces localised paralysis, temporarily inhibiting muscle contractions and effectively softening the appearance of expression lines. This preventive approach not only diminishes existing wrinkles but also helps deter the formation of new ones, making it a preferred choice for individuals seeking to maintain a youthful, wrinkle-free visage.

On the other hand, HA fillers offer a corrective solution by directly addressing volume loss and skin irregularities. Composed of a gel-like substance, these fillers are strategically injected beneath the skin’s surface to plump up hollow areas, smooth out wrinkles, and restore youthful contours. Unlike Botox, which focuses on muscle relaxation, HA fillers work by physically augmenting and replenishing lost volume, yielding immediate and noticeable improvements in skin texture and appearance. This corrective approach makes HA fillers particularly effective in targeting static wrinkles—those present even at rest—and enhancing facial symmetry and balance.


Normally the effect of an injection depends on the type of the product and differs from one person to another. Refer to your Dr Matla for more precise information.


The results are instant but the definitive effect is visible after a few weeks.


Glowing, contoured, high cheekbones are a feature many women find sexy and beautiful.

As we age the bone and tissues of the face lose volume. Our high cheekbones become less defined, and we are left with a little bit of a droop. Over time, the loss of Hyaluronic Acid within the skin means we lose some of the youthful elasticity of our cheeks, which makes them appear a bit saggy. The fat pads on our cheeks begin to slide down and create more pressure on our nasolabial fold; the line that connects the tip of your nose to the corner of your lips. This makes the fold more pronounced.

Adding dermal fillers deep within the skin restores it’s youthful elasticity. By adding volume strategically to the midface area, by enhancing the curve of the cheekbones, we are able to lift the cheeks, lips and lower face. You can see visible results instantly after your treatment, so you can enjoy your revitalized look right away. The results are natural-looking and are clinically proven.

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You should inform your doctor of all your medical and disease history and your current and past drugs and treatments.

BEFORE the injection:
It is strongly proposed to avoid taking aspirin, anti-coagulants and anti-inflammatory drugs for a week prior to the procedure. Refer to your practitioner before interrupting any chronic treatment.

AFTER the injection:
Avoid drinking alcohol, taking a plane or doing any kind of sports for a period of 72 hours post- injection. Also, during the 15 days following your treatment, it is highly advisable to avoid dental treatments, aesthetic procedures of any type, sun exposure and extreme temperatures (icy weather, saunas, steam rooms, hot baths…).


HA injections are contra-indicated and must not be used:

*In combination with peeling, laser or ultrasound-based treatments.
*If the patient has cutaneous disorders, inflammation or infection at the treatment site or near to this site.
*In the case of patients having a known hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid, with a history of severe allergy or anaphylactic shock.
*Hypersensitivity to lidocaine and/or amide local anaesthetic agents.
*Patients with autoimmune diseases.
*In pregnancy, breast-feeding mothers, or in children.


Who doesn’t want plump, luscious, natural-looking lips? The natural ageing process changes the appearance of your face over time. So what happens to our lips? Where did the volume go? Our facial bone structure actually changes over time. The bone that supports your lips gets reabsorbed into the body, without its support, your upper lip may appear thinner and flatter. The appearance of lines and wrinkles Our skin loses Hyaluronic Acid (HA) over time, which means that we lose some of that youthful elasticity. We smile a lot, and the repetition of smiling starts to show with marionette lines; the little lines on the sides of your lips. Getting lips you’ll love is achievable. Facial fillers can not only smooth wrinkles around the mouth, but they can also make them fuller, more symmetrical, and more noticeable. Filling your marionette lines gives a smoother look. Filling bar lines around your mouth gives a younger appearance.

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You may have heard the term ‘liquid face lift’. Rather than going for invasive surgery, injecting facial fillers in certain areas using specific techniques provides similar effects without the complications of surgery. By adding volume to your CHEEKS, JAWLINE and CHIN many women look beautiful and younger.

Book your Dermal Fillers Newcastle today at Dr Matla Aesthetics.


Every treatment starts with a 1:1 consultation with a friendly and fully qualified doctor to determine the best treatment plan for your concern.

Your safety is our priority, we ensure your safety at all times. We offer a wide range of aesthetic services including PDO Thread LiftsAnti Wrinkle Injections, Lip Fillers, Dermal FillersPRP Facials, PRP for Hair Loss, Microneedling, Profhilo PRP Shot for Men , Non-surgical facelifts and Skincare.

We pride ourselves on treating our patients with high-quality products and technology, safely and effectively.

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How to find us

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Train travel to our Jesmond Clinic is easy from Durham Railway Station. If you are coming by Metro, we are only 0.1 miles from Jesmond Metro station. 1.9 miles from Newcastle Central Station. 1.2 miles from Newcastle, Northumberland Street. 1.5 miles from Eldon Square shopping centre. 1 mile from Royal Victoria Infirmary Hospital. 1 mile from Newcastle University.

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