When deep lines, wrinkles and scars mar your face and make you look older why not try a dermal filler, like Bellafill? In the Philippines, if you’re going on holiday, you can give your face a smoother and younger looking appearance. For far less than you’d pay at home.
Bellafill gives semi-permanent results as it contains microspheres as well as collagen. When injected the filler works in two ways: first it plumps up the skin immediately and second the polymethylmethacrylate microspheres (PMMA) acts as scaffolding for natural collagen that forms with time, giving longer lasting results. Bellafill is used for:
Some of these procedures may be off-label, that is doctors may use them, but they are not yet FDA approved. You really need a board-certified doctor to assess your condition and your needs before you go-ahead with any treatment.
When you want esthetic procedures and treatments you have to pay for them and certified plastic surgeons are not cheap. Bellafill is expensive and if you decide to go to the Philippines for some treatment, surgery or a holiday, then Bellafill can be done at a reasonable cost. The Philippines has many tourist destinations and you can find clinics and medical centers in most of them.
You can usually find reasonably priced flights from many cities in Australia that go to tourist destinations in the Philippines. You may want to go to a big city like Manila or go one of the many beach resorts where you can enjoy the beachscapes and water based activities. The Filipinos are warm and hospitable and most people speak English, especially in tourist places. Doctors, too, speak the language, so you will not face any communication problem.
You may think that it is easy enough to book on your own, but even if you put your research in place you will not have any way of verifying the information on a website. As Bellafill is a semi-permanent procedure, you really don’t want your treatment to go wrong as it is not easy to reverse. Why would you want to take a risk of booking on your own?
When you go through Medical Departures, you are safer. We also give the best price guarantee and you don’t pay any additional fees when you book through us. We always investigate the background, qualifications, accreditations and experience of the doctors at the clinics and hospitals we list on our website. This gives you a layer of protection. We also see that the hospitals and medical centers provide good quality care and amenities.
Injectable fillers do not take much time to do. Once the doctor assesses your skin and the work required and makes the markings, then the injections can take 15 minutes to half an hour. You will get instant results, so there is no downtime as such. However, you may have some superficial swelling, lumpiness, pain, redness and bruising but this will soon subside. It is advisable to get two treatments done at a designated interval because the first time the doctor should inject less of the filler and see how it settles downs and looks before topping up with more as the results are relatively permanent.
Since Bellafill is made from bovine collagen it is important to get allergy testing done before using it. This is done at least four weeks before the procedure. If you already have a history of allergy disorders or immune system problems, then Bellafill may not be the treatment of choice for you. Some people do have reactions to this filler and granulomas may form over time, requiring surgical intervention.
Bellafill is expensive when compared to many dermal fillers, but the overall cost is reasonable because you don’t need many treatments since results last as long as five years. In Australia you can pay around AUD 1,400 per syringe. In the Philippines the cost is much less.
If you have already booked your holiday in the Philippines then do confirm your appointment for Bellafill in the Philippines via Medical Departures. Look below for convenient ways to contact us. Our customer care team will help complete your booking at one of our quality checked clinics.