Considering a consultation?

It's perfectly natural to have questions before booking a consultation. Facial fillers are a new treatment option for you, so you may not know what to expect.

It starts with
a conversation

If you've been wondering about treatment, it is possible to speak with an expert one-to-one for an in depth discussion or if you prefer, there are informal open evenings, which allow you to ask and gather information by speaking with women who are considering facial fillers, as well as women who have had the treatment themselves. Whatever your preference, make sure to choose an environment where you feel most comfortable getting the information you need.

How to choose the right environment to learn more:

  • Would I prefer an open evening or a one-to-one consultation?
    • Would I prefer a male or a female practitioner?
  • After reviewing a website for a preferred clinic, do I like the examples of the before and after pictures? What other examples do I want to see?

Now that you’ve decided on a practitioner, some questions to get you started:

  • What results from treatment am I after?
  • Is there any specific information that I need to know about the treatment or product?
  • Have I filled out the Facial Interest Questionnaire?
    • If you haven’t, it may be good to download this form and complete it prior to a consultation. Filling out this form before meeting your practitioner will allow you to consolidate your thoughts, as well as focus their attention on what your needs are. 

What should you expect from your first consultation:

You may be focused on one particular area of your face, or you may just want to know more in general. Either way, your practitioner will take the time to evaluate your face to come up with a personalised treatment plan.

The consultation may start with them discussing your specific area of interest. Don’t be too surprised if they take a couple of photos to use as tools to point out your unique face structure and how a facial filler can be used for you. In addition, they may show you pictures of other patients (or you can ask to see some!) to get a better idea of real life results.

If you decide you want the procedure, your practitioner will come up with an tailored treatment plan just for you. They will walk you through the procedure to get the results you want, and if you are feeling ready, they may even give you your first treatment or will make sure you are booked in for the appropriate appointments.