Facial treatments using dermal fillers
Fine lines and wrinkles are amongst the more obvious signs of ageing – though they’re also among the easiest to treat. Platinum Dental Care is highly experienced in using dermal fillers to counteract these tell-tale signs in problem areas such as the lips, forehead, cheeks, nasolabial folds, smokers’ lines, and nose-to-mouth lines.
So what are dermal fillers?
Despite sounding like something a plasterer might use, dermal fillers are in fact a safe and well-established way to plump up the skin so it can regain lost volume and take on a smoother appearance.
Dermal fillers use hyaluronic acid, a natural substance that occurs throughout the body, giving volume to the skin, lubricating the joints. This is also the substance that gives our eyes their shape!
From our twenties onwards, our bodies start to produce less hyaluronic acid causing our skin to lose volume and definition. By injecting dermal fillers we can combat signs of ageing without the need for invasive cosmetic surgery.
Are dermal filers safe?
Dermal fillers have an excellent safety record, but should always be administered by experienced professionals. These treatments present a convenient, minimally invasive option that delivers outstanding, natural-looking results. Although mild bruising can occur immediately following your treatment, this heals quickly – and you’ll start to notice the added volume right away.
Our approach to dermal fillers here at Platinum
Platinum Dental Care offers a number of rejuvenating facial aesthetics treatments using leading-edge products such as Juvederm and Restylane.
The full effects of a treatment with dermal fillers are immediately apparent and may last for six to eight months or even longer, depending on the area of the body treated and other factors such as your age and lifestyle.
Before you receive a treatment, we’ll listen closely to your concerns and aspirations, answering fully any questions you may have, to ensure that you are delighted with the natural-looking results you’ll achieve.