Ace Dental

11 May 2018

The best version of yourself

If you work hard at staying fit and healthy and looking fabulous, it can be pretty distressing when your face starts to exhibit the signs of ageing when the rest of you looks and feels so much younger. Having a toned and fit body can seem so wrong under a face with wrinkles, bags and hollows. How dare they not match!

There is a way to get more congruence between the two, when you come for facial aesthetics in Camden with us at Ace Dental. It may seem odd to come to your dentist for beauty treatments, but if you think about it, we already have the underlying skills and knowledge to deliver great, natural-looking results.

As dentists, we have spent five years studying the complex anatomy of the head, face and neck. We know where the nerves, blood vessels, tendons and muscles are, how they relate to the overlying skin, and how they interact. Plus, we are really good at delivering anaesthetics in just the right quantities and places to numb people for dental work. We can transfer these vital skills to facial aesthetics in Camden.

At Ace Dental, we offer Botox and dermal fillers, both of which are treatments to reduce the signs of ageing that are delivered by injection. Too much Botox and you can end up being unable to make natural facial expressions for several months. Too much dermal filler and you can end up with lumpy skin or a face more like a hamster than a person.


This facial aesthetics treatment smooths away wrinkles by blocking the signals from nerves to muscles so that they can no longer contract. It works really well on frown lines, worry lines, crow’s feet around the eyes, and smoker’s lines around the lips. Botox lasts for about four months.

Dermal fillers

This treatment with facial aesthetics in Camden works by plumping out hollows and wrinkles that develop when we lose the facial fats under our skin, and our muscles start to sag. It is great for smoothing out nasolabial folds and marionette lines, as well as for flattened top lips and smoker’s lines. Treatments last for about six months to a year.

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