Face Augmentation

Treatment Types

The below treatments can be done with either dermal fillers and/or surgical threads, or combination of both.


Forehead contouring is a surgical procedure that involves reconstructing the protruding brow bone and reshaping the orbital bones to achieve a softer, more feminine appearance.


Temple hollowing is the loss of volume from the temples (the area between the corner of your eyes and hairline).


A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift or forehead rejuvenation, is a cosmetic procedure to raise the brows.


Oversleeping, extreme fatigue, or just staying up a few hours past your normal bedtime can cause dark circles to form under your eyes.


Sunken eye (the deepened upper eyelid sulcus or skeletonized eyes) is a cosmetic problem that results in an older and unnatural appearance.


Genetics, paired with the effects of aging, can cause the facial tissues and skin to experience gradual relaxation.


Laugh lines are caused by repetitive facial expressions from smiling or laughing. The skin loses firmness and elasticity with age and repeated expressions can lead to the formation of wrinkles which deepen into creases.


Sunken cheeks are often attributed to the aging process, which causes you to lose facial fat.


Sunken cheeks are often attributed to the aging process, which causes you to lose facial fat.


Retrogenia is a condition that occurs when your chin projects slightly backward toward your neck. This feature is also called a receding chin or a weak chin.


The Jawline is one of the most important facial features in youth as well as in the mature person. The jawline forms the ‘shape’ of the face, be it an oval face, a round face or an angular face.

Frequently Asked Questions

The dermal fillers procedure involves injections using a fine needle and may only take 15 to 30 minutes, hence there is no need to take time off work.

The result is visible immediately after the procedure.

There should be little to no downtime.

EA Clinic uses original fillers (Juvederm) from Allergen and other registered dermal fillers, which includes lidocaine, an anesthetic ensuring an optimal comfort throughout the injection session.

Our aim is always to minimize discomfort safely, so during this process, a topical anesthetic cream is used as well.

There will be small swelling; initially, this can take two weeks to calm. When we review at two weeks, any swelling should be resolved entirely.

Dermal fillers consist of hyaluronic acid, which naturally occurs in the skin. When you are young hyaluronic acid keeps the skin full and hydrated due to its ability to attract and hold 1000x its weight in moisture. 

Results last between 9-12 months, some to even 15-24 months, depends on individuals.

Before and After

We are proud to say we have made meaningful and positive impact on our clients’ lives.

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