Correction of wrinkles with hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a natural and primary component of the skin. Owing to its hygroscopic properties, hyaluronic acid has the ability to bind large amount of water, in particular, is a reservoir moisturizing the skin from the inside. The acid also stimulates the production of collagen fibers and prevents the creation of free radicals.

Decreases with age, the amount of hyaluronic acid in our skin which in practice often results in loss of elasticity and flexibility of the skin leading to the appearance of wrinkles. In a forty-year-old person, hyaluronic acid is estimated about half less than in a 20-year-old one.

Fillers based on hyaluronic acid have been used in aesthetic medicine for many years. The medical products which aim at the reduction and filling of wrinkles and furrows shall contain hyaluronic acid cross-linked with internal intermolecular bonds. The medical formulas available on the market differ in the degree of cross-linking, as well as the size of particles and the concentration of hyaluronic acid. The medical products with a lower hyaluronic acid concentration have a delicate consistency and are used to reduce fine lines. The medical products with a high hyaluronic acid concentration and larger particles have a more dense texture, so they are used to rebuild the volume in the areas of the sunken skin.

The effect of the treatment lasts from 9 to 12 months.

At Derma Point, the best formulas of renowned companies, such as Restylane, Teosyal, Juvederm available are used which allows us to ensure the highest quality and safety of treatments performed.



  • Nasolabial folds
  • The so-called “marionette lines” – a depression running from the corner of the mouth to the chin line
  • Mouth corners falling
  • The so-called “valley of tears” and dark circles under the eyes
  • Sunken cheeks
  • To blur the outline of paragraph
  • The loss of skin volume and drying of the red lip
  • Wrinkles over the upper lip the so-called “smoker’s lines”
  • Fine lines in the area of the forehead
  • Acne scars



  • Pregnancy, breast-feeding
  • Inflammation of the skin, e.g. active herpes
  • Diseases with autoimmune background
  • Inclinations to form keloid scars
  • Hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid


Step-by-step treatment description

The treatment consists of injecting a cross-linked hyaluronic acid formula with either a needle or cannula use. The depth of injection depends on the type of a formula used as well as the depth of the wrinkle. The needle treatment requires punctures along the furrow or wrinkle. Most often, the needle when lifting the corner of the mouth and filling the wrinkles of the forehead is used. Most treatments using hyaluronic acid are carried out using flexible cannulas. Regardless of whether a needle or a cannula is used, the effects of the treatments are the same. The cannula, due to its blunt ending, increases the safety of the treatment and reduces the risk of bruising at the injection site. After the injection, the medical product is gently massaged by the specialist carrying out the treatment. The effect of the treatment is immediately apparent and intensifies in the first weeks after injection. The effect of the treatment lasts from 9 to 12 months, depends on the patient’s age, the type of a formula used and lifestyle. Directly after the procedure the skin in the place of therapy may be red and slightly swollen. There are also points of needle penetration into the skin.



There is no need for any recommendations before the treatment. To avoid bruising, a week before the treatment, stop using aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and other medications that reduce blood clotting (e.g. extract from Ginko biloba). Patients with recurring cold ought to start taking aciclovir in a preventive dose two days before the treatment.



The sun exposure without protective filters as well as the use of a sauna or solarium for a minimum of two weeks is not recommended. In the case of bruises occurrence, medications such as Auriderm, Lioton 1000, Reparil may be used to speed up the healing process.

  • Volumetric lifting
    • 1ml – 1200zł
    • 2ml – 1700zł
    • 3ml – 2200zł
  • Enlarging and modeling lips
    • 1ml – 1200zł
  • Reduction of the “valley of tears”
    • 1ml – 1200zł
  • Reduction of forehead wrinkles 900zł
  • Reduction of smoker’s wrinkles
    • 1ml – 1200zł
  • Filling the nasolabial furrows
    • 1ml – 1200zł
    • 2ml – 1700zł
    • 3ml – 2200zł
  • Filling the marionette’s wrinkles
    • 1ml – 1200zł
    • 2ml – 1700zł
    • 3ml – 2200zł
  • Filling the volume of the cheeks
    • 1ml – 1200zł
    • 2ml – 1700zł
    • 3ml – 2200zł