If you’re the best man at a wedding, you wouldn’t wear a classic tail coat with a pair of worn out jeans. If you’re the bridesmaid, you wouldn’t wear a stunning dress with your gym trainers. So, if you’ve invested in cosmetic dentistry to make your smile sparkle, why wouldn’t you also try facial aesthetics in Camden to provide the ideal match for your youthful smile?
Mind you, facial aesthetics in Camden isn’t just for those who have sprung for cosmetic dental work. It’s for anyone who wants to have a fresher-faced look without going under the knife. At Ace Dental, our dentists have the skills and know-how to apply effective and safe facial aesthetics in Camden, which crucially provide natural-looking results. Here’s what we can offer you:
Smooth out fine lines and wrinkles with Botox, a toxin from bacteria that has been purified and packaged into small injections, which we will carefully administer under your skin. It temporarily paralyses the muscles that cause wrinkles by blocking the signals sent down the nerves that stimulate these muscles. It takes around 5-10 minutes to apply and the effects will gradually appear over the next week or so. It doesn’t hurt and you can enjoy the results for up to 4 months. We recommend top-up treatment after 3 months to maintain the same look.
Plump out hollows, folds and creases and smooth out your facial contours with dermal fillers. Once again this involves injections with very fine needles just under the skin. Dermal fillers replace lost hyaluronic acid, which is what the body naturally produces to keep your skin looking smooth and plump. The effects are instant and can last for 6-12 months, depending on which area of your face you have treated. Your lips, for example, will need top-up treatment sooner than other areas of your face, due to the daily mechanical strain they are put under.
To find out if facial aesthetics in Camden could be the solution you’ve been looking for, book an initial consultation with one of our dentists. We’ll talk through what you hope to achieve, as well as your dental and medical history, before presenting you with your options.Back to Blog