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Dermal fillers, typically made from hyaluronic acid – a sugar that forms naturally in the skin – are used to replace lost volume in the skin. In this era, you will most likely have heard about them being used to add volume to lips. Today I’m talking about the difference between using a needle and a cannula to augment the lips.
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My name is Dr Sarah Tonks, and I’m an aesthetic physician based in Knightsbridge, London. I have degrees in both medicine and dentistry, and diplomas in cosmetic science and dermatology (I’ve got a bit of an education addiction?) and have been practicing medical aesthetics for over 10 years. I’ve been featured in Tatler, Hello, Vogue and on ITV’s This Morning and Channel 4’s Bodyshocker – but I still have so much to get off my chest, so I decided to create this channel!
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