Facial Aesthetics near Cardiff
Botox at the dentist? Yes! As healthcare professionals, dentists are medically qualified to administer botulinum toxin anti-wrinkle treatments (which contain the same ingredient used in the Botox brand) and dermal fillers. What's more, our day job also requires an extensive medical knowledge of facial anatomy and an eye for aesthetics. This puts us in an excellent position to extend our cosmetic skillset from the smile to the whole face – so it’s little wonder that dentists are fast becoming the go-to for anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers.
If you’re looking for anti-wrinkle injections in Dinas Powis, Castle Court Dental Care has the solution. Our experienced facial aesthetics practitioner offers botulinum toxin, which is the same ingredient used in the Botox brand. Injected into key areas of the face, botulinum toxin works by freezing the underlying muscle, which has the effect of smoothing out those deep expression lines on the forehead, between the eyebrows and around the eyes. Completely safe and backed by decades of scientific research, botulinum toxin is a temporary treatment that will last for up to six months. With repeated treatments, you’ll not only smooth out the areas that currently bother you, but you’ll mitigate against the formation of future lines and wrinkles too.
As we age, our skin naturally loses its plump appearance as collagen production starts to decline. Dermal fillers restore that lost volume, giving the complexion a renewed, youthful vitality. At Castle Court Dental Care, we offer dermal fillers that replicate the effects of hyaluronic acid, the chemical that naturally occurs in our bodies and aids the formation of collagen. If you’re looking for dermal fillers near Cardiff, the team at Castle Court Dental Care has the skill to create the subtle changes that make a huge difference – gently plumping the lips and cheeks, filling out the deep lines between the nose and mouth, and also sculpting cheekbones, the nose and the chin.
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