Guide to Injectable Fillers at Eagle Aesthetics & Surgery

Here at Eagle Aesthetics & Surgery, we offer a variety of HSA-approved injectable filler options to help you achieve youthful, rejuvenated skin.

What are Injectable Fillers?

Dermal fillers are a popular non-surgical option to address signs of aging by replacing lost volume in the face. They work by injecting gel-like substances into the skin to smooth wrinkles and plump thinning facial tissues.

Common filler materials include:

Hyaluronic Acid (HA)


Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that is already found in your skin. It helps keep skin plump and hydrated. HA fillers are typically soft and gel-like.

Results: Temporary, from 6 to 12 months or longer 


Calcium Hydroxylapatite (CaHA)

Calcium hydroxylapatite is a naturally occurring substance, found primarily in bones. The calcium particles are suspended in a smooth gel and injected as fillers.

Results: Typically last longer than HA fillers, about 12 months

Polymethyl-methacrylate microspheres (PMMA)


PMMA is a synthetic, biocompatible substance. In dermal fillers, it remains beneath the skin indefinitely as is considered semi-permanent


What Can Injectable Fillers Treat?

Periorbital Area

The delicate area surrounding the eyes is another common target for dermal fillers. Subtle dermal filler injections strategically placed in this delicate area restore a bright, wide-eyed and well-rested appearance.



Thinning lips that have lost fullness and definition with age are one of the top areas treated with fillers. Fillers are excellent choices for creating fuller, more youthful-looking lips subtly

Tear Trouugh

The tear trough is the area between your cheek and lower eyelid. As we age, we lose volume in this area, causing under-eye dark circles, hollows and eye bags to appear.

Tear trough fillers are an effective way to treat dark circles under the eyes and under-eye hollows. By injecting filler under the eyes, we fill the volume lost by ageing – lightening dark circles, filling under eye hollows and wrinkles.


Nasolabial Folds

Often called “smile lines” or “laugh lines,” the folds from the nose to the corners of the mouth typically deepen with age. Fillers injected into this area can instantly reduce the appearance of these folds, giving the lower face a more lifted and sculpted look.

Marionette Lines

The vertical folds extending from the corners of the mouth down toward the chin, known as marionette lines, become more defined with facial expression over time. Fillers smooth out these lines, giving the lower face a rejuvenated contour.



As we age, the cheeks lose volume and prominence, making the face look gaunt or drawn. Refilling the cheek area shapes and lifts the midface, balancing out jowls and jawlines. A subtle cheek filler bump defines cheekbones for a sculpted look.

Chin and Jawline

To counteract weakening or looseness in this area, fillers can reinforce the chin and jawline, restoring definition and angularity to the lower face profile. This creates a tautened, contoured appearance along the lower third.


Are fillers safe?

When administered by a licensed and experienced medical professional, fillers are considered very safe. All fillers carry some side effects, which usually subside within a few days

  • Bruising & swelling
  • Lumps & bumps
  • Tenderness & discomfort

More serious complications are rare, but possible, and a skilled surgeon will inform you of these risks and how they can be mitigated in the practice.

Our Expertise

Add Fullness Where Time Takes Away

Our plastic and oculoplastic surgeons, with years of combined experience skillfully administering dermal fillers, are experts at analyzing facial anatomy and achieving natural-looking rejuvenation. Whether the goal is addressing frown lines, thinning lips, or volume loss in the cheeks, the doctors are able to strategically place injectable fillers to restore a youthful, well-rested and balanced appearance. 

We work seamlessly with youto develop a comprehensive filler treatment plan tailored for your individual goals and features.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most dermal fillers last between 6-12 months on average before touch-ups or repeat treatments are needed. Some fillers may last for a longer duration due to its effects on collagen production of the skin.

The longevity depends on factors like age, lifestyle and location on the face.

No single filler brand is considered “better” – it depends on your individual goals and concerns. Different brands of fillers are tailored for different areas and needs.

Consult our skilled specialists to determine which products will yield the most natural and effective results for your condition.


Potential minor side effects include temporary bruising, swelling and tenderness. These usually subside within a few days. Carefully placed injections by an experienced provider help reduce risks.

Seek medical advice immediately if you experience severe pain or increased swelling post-treatment.

At Eagle Aesthetis & Surgery, dermal filler procedures start from $750 per syringe used, depending on the areas addressed and your individual needs. The number of syringes required can vary for each patient. When considering treatment, it is important to ensure your practitioner is using brand-new, unopened syringes of an HSA-approved filler product. Beware of prices that seem unusually low, as this could indicate a compromise on standards.

The total cost will depend on the volume of filler needed for your facial features and desired level of correction or enhancement. As every patient’s facial structure and goals are unique, our experienced specialists will map out a tailored plan to suit you.

Our specialists’ technical skill and years of experience also impact the cost of treatment. 

Schedule your appointment to receive a precise quote after a closer examination. Our goal is providing individualised, quality care aligned with your needs and budget.

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