Ace Dental

25 July 2018

More than teeth

While dentists restore and maintain the health of your teeth, technology has allowed for an increasing amount of treatments that improve both the health and aesthetics of your teeth.

For those of you thinking, if I can improve the appearance of my teeth at the dentists, why can’t I go to the same practice to receive facial aesthetics in Camden? We hear you. At Ace Dental, we believe that we have the means to improve the aesthetics of the teeth, why not extend this to help people who feel insecure about their other features?

Just as our teeth show signs of wear overtime, so does our skin. Unwanted wrinkles can appear, but luckily, we can them less apparent. If you want to look softer and youthful, facial aesthetics in Camden may be the option for you.


Botox is a non-surgical producer. We use botulinum toxin type A, which is injected into the skin to relax the small muscles in the face and blocks the nerve impulses. The treatment is quick, and usually takes about 5-10 minutes to complete.

Botox is used to treat unwanted wrinkles such as frown lines on the forehead, crow’s feet that appear around the corner of the eyes, forehead lines and lines forming around the mouth and top lip, known as smoker’s lines.

Results can be seen within one week. It’s important to note that Botox is not a permanent solution and will require you popping back to see us for a top up roughly every three months.

Dermal fillers

An alternative solution for those looking to receive facial aesthetics in Camden, is dermal fillers. These plump up the wrinkles in the skin, using a sterile hyaluronic gel made from non-animal sources.

The skin is topped up with hyaluronic acid, which the face produces less of as we age, to create a more youthful, fuller look in the face. It can also be used to plump up the lips.

Again, the injections can be done in a few minutes. We will probably use a local anaesthetic to minimise the pain. Results can usually be seen straight away. Dermal fillers can last between 6-12 months.

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