Facial Volume Loss Treatment

Discover the Best Facial Volume Loss Treatment in Adelaide! Regain Youthful Plumpness and Radiance with Expert Solutions Tailored for Your Unique Beauty Needs.

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Facial Volume Loss Treatment - Adelaide

Welcome to the pinnacle of facial rejuvenation at Advanced Cosmetic Medicine, where advanced technologies converge to combat facial volume loss with unparalleled precision and effectiveness. Our comprehensive approach integrates cutting-edge treatments such as Ultraformer, Threadlift, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), Laser Genesis, and Venus Viva MD, offering a holistic solution for restoring youthful volume and radiance to your face.

Ultraformer harnesses the power of focused ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production deep within the skin, providing a non-invasive and long-lasting lift to sagging facial contours. Threadlift, a minimally invasive procedure, utilizes dissolvable threads to lift and support areas affected by volume loss, creating a natural-looking rejuvenation.

PRP therapy, also known as the "vampire facial," rejuvenates the skin by harnessing growth factors from your blood to stimulate collagen production and improve skin texture. Laser Genesis targets fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone, promoting collagen regeneration for smoother and more radiant skin.

Venus Viva MD utilizes advanced radiofrequency technology to enhance skin firmness, reduce wrinkles, and improve overall skin texture, complementing the effects of other treatments.

At Advanced Cosmetic Medicine, our tailored approach combines these innovative techniques to address your unique concerns and achieve natural-looking results. Say goodbye to facial volume loss and hello to a revitalized, youthful appearance with our advanced treatments.


The Benefits

Improved Facial Contours:

Ultraformer and Threadlift techniques help lift and tighten sagging skin, restoring youthful contours and reducing the appearance of jowls and drooping cheeks.

Enhanced Collagen Production:

PRP therapy and Laser Genesis stimulate collagen production, leading to improved skin elasticity, texture, and firmness. This results in a more youthful and plump appearance.

Reduced Fine Lines and Wrinkles:

Laser Genesis targets fine lines and wrinkles, while Venus Viva MD further smoothens the skin's surface, diminishing the visible signs of aging and promoting a rejuvenated look.

Natural-Looking Results:

The combination of these treatments provides natural-looking results, avoiding an overdone or artificial appearance commonly associated with some cosmetic procedures.


Each treatment modality can be tailored to address specific concerns and areas of the face, making it a versatile solution for comprehensive facial rejuvenation.

Long-Lasting Effects:

With consistent sessions and proper maintenance, the benefits of these treatments can be long-lasting, allowing patients to enjoy their rejuvenated appearance for an extended period.

How it works

Option 1

Advanced Cosmetic Medicine offer consultations with the doctor for Facial Volume Loss

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The TGA have imposed new guidelines upon Cosmetic Medicine Clinics preventing them from advertising S4 drugs for facial volume loss.  These treatments are only available by having a consult with the doctor. Read more in FAQ's below.

Option 2

Laser Genesis

Laser Genesis offers notable benefits for facial volume loss by stimulating collagen production, which improves skin elasticity and firmness. This process helps restore lost volume, particularly in areas prone to sagging and thinning, such as the cheeks and jawline. Additionally, Laser Genesis targets fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven skin texture, further enhancing the overall appearance of the skin. With its non-invasive nature and minimal downtime, Laser Genesis is a convenient option for those seeking effective facial rejuvenation without the risks associated with more invasive procedures. Its ability to promote natural collagen growth leads to long-lasting results, ensuring a youthful and refreshed look.

Option 2

Ultrafomer III

Ultraformer III offers remarkable benefits for facial volume loss treatment. Using focused ultrasound energy, it penetrates deep into the skin's layers, stimulating collagen production and tightening tissues. This leads to improved facial contours, lifting sagging areas, and restoring youthful volume. Unlike invasive surgical procedures, Ultraformer III is non-surgical and requires minimal downtime, making it a convenient option for those with busy lifestyles. Additionally, the treatment is safe for all skin types and tones, providing consistent and natural-looking results. With its ability to target specific areas of concern, Ultraformer III is an effective solution for rejuvenating the face and achieving long-lasting volumizing effects.

Option 3

Venus Viva MD

Venus Viva MD offers remarkable benefits for facial volume loss. Using advanced radiofrequency technology, it penetrates deep into the skin, stimulating collagen and elastin production. This results in improved skin texture, reduced wrinkles, and enhanced overall skin firmness. Venus Viva MD is safe for all skin types and tones, making it a versatile option for a wide range of patients. The treatment is also customizable, allowing for precise targeting of specific areas affected by volume loss. With minimal downtime and long-lasting results, Venus Viva MD is an effective solution for achieving plumper, more youthful-looking skin.

Option 4

PDO Thread Lift

PDO (Polydioxanone) Thread Lift offers numerous benefits for facial volume loss. This minimally invasive procedure involves inserting dissolvable threads into the skin, creating a lifting effect and stimulating collagen production. The benefits include immediate lifting of sagging skin, improved facial contours, and a more youthful appearance. PDO threads also continue to promote collagen synthesis over time, enhancing skin elasticity and firmness. Unlike traditional facelifts, PDO Thread Lifts require minimal downtime and are suitable for various areas of the face, offering natural-looking results without the need for surgery.

Option 5

PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy offers significant benefits for facial volume loss. By harnessing the body's natural growth factors, PRP stimulates collagen and elastin production, leading to improved skin texture, firmness, and elasticity. This results in a more youthful appearance with reduced sagging and increased volume in key areas of the face. PRP is a safe and minimally invasive procedure, as it uses the patient's own blood, reducing the risk of adverse reactions. Furthermore, PRP provides long-lasting results, making it an effective solution for restoring facial volume and rejuvenating the skin's overall appearance.


Book a consultation for Volume Loss Treatment with the Doctor today.

Prices for various Non Surgical Treatments for volume loss can only be informed at a doctor consultation. (as per TGA)

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The Doctor

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Dr Rahma Targett

Dr Rahma Targett is a General Practitioner(FRACGP), with a specialty in Cosmetic Medicine. She founded Advanced Cosmetic Medicine in 2016 and has since become well known as a trusted and in demand Cosmetic Physician in Adelaide.  She has a Diploma in Dermoscopy and  a Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine with the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine. Dr Targett is a leader in her field and regularly attends Cosmetic conferences to keep up to date with modern aesthetic techniques.  At advanced Cosmetic Medicine you can always be reassured that you will be welcomed and treated personally by Dr Rahma Targett.



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Why is the TGA imposing restrictions on the advertising of S4 drugs for facial volume loss?

The following is a quote from the TGA discussing why advertising restrictions have been imposed on the cosmetic industry.

Referring to cosmetic injectables in advertising


The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has updated its guidance on advertising cosmetic injectables to ensure advertising rules are applied consistently across all industries that deal with therapeutic goods.

Historically, the TGA has allowed indirect references to prescription medicines to be referenced in advertisements related to cosmetic health services. This was allowed only in the context of promoting the service and only by using generic non-product specific terms such as ‘wrinkle reducing injections.’ Express references to products or ingredients themselves, such as ‘Botox’ or ‘botulinum toxin’, were not permitted. The TGA considered this a pragmatic approach which would allow cosmetic clinics who offered these services to differentiate themselves from those that did not.

Recently, the TGA has observed that clinics and health services in other industry areas are advertising the availability of prescription medicines, usually by referring to a class of goods (for example ‘weight loss injections’, ‘medicinal cannabis’ or ‘nicotine vaping products’). The TGA has interpreted that promoting a health service in this way is also an advertisement for a therapeutic good that refers to prescription medicines, which is unlawful.

To resolve any inconsistency in interpretation across industry areas, the TGA no longer permits references to terms such as ‘wrinkle reducing injections’ or 'dermal fillers' where those terms would result in a reasonable consumer understanding the intention of the content is to promote the use or supply of a prescription medicine.

The revised guidance on advertising cosmetic injectables is now available on the TGA website at Advertising health services. This material reinforces that the legislation itself regarding cosmetic injectables has not changed, and advertising the use or supply of prescription medicines, including most cosmetic injectable products (as opposed to services), has never been compliant with the therapeutic goods framework. This includes through use of testimonials, claims about the goods, before and after photos, or price lists.

The update aligns with the focus of other regulators on health professionals performing non-surgical cosmetic procedures and acknowledges the increasing vulnerability of Australians influenced by advertising in the cosmetic space. Prescription only medications carry higher risks than goods available for self-selection. Decisions about treatments that involve the use of prescription medicines should only be made by a health professional in consultation with each individual patient.

Consistent with the TGA’s approach to compliance, we will seek high levels of voluntary compliance by engaging with and educating industry in the first instance and will run industry information sessions in the coming months.

We expect industry to take prompt steps to review their existing advertising of cosmetic injectables to bring it into line with the new guidance. "

Where can I go to get more information about Facial Volume loss Treatments and how to stay safe?

AHPRA have published a fact sheet on their website;

Supporting a safe choice about cosmetic injectables


You are entitled to safe cosmetic services. This factsheet includes information about cosmetic injectables, also known as anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers. It can help you understand some of the potential risks and what to look out for if you are considering a cosmetic procedure and where to go if something goes wrong.

No matter how simple it may seem, every cosmetic procedure or surgery carries risk. Even if you’ve had a procedure before, it’s important that you think carefully about your decision every time. If you decide that a cosmetic procedure or cosmetic surgery is for you – be safe first. Know which questions to ask and what to look out for, so you can make an informed decision.

Before going ahead think about:

  • the people involved in the procedure
  • the product they are using, and
  • where the procedure is taking place.

Cosmetic injectables and how they work

The two main types of injectable substances used are:

  • botulinum toxin type A (sometimes known as ‘Botox’), which temporarily paralyses the facial muscles that cause wrinkles, and
  • dermal fillers, which plump out wrinkles or other parts of the face.

These types of injectables are prescription only medicines (schedule 4 medicines). This means that only authorised registered health practitioners can prescribe them."