If you are looking for Botox in Hertford, we appreciate a dental clinic may not be the first place that springs to mind. However, facial aesthetics treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers should only be delivered by suitably trained members of the medical profession. With their extensive knowledge of facial structure and anatomy, dental professionals make very good candidates.
Hertford Dental Care offers both dermal fillers and Botox in Hertford, with swift and non-invasive appointments that mean you can pop out of the office at lunchtime, have your Botox or dermal filler treatment at the clinic, and still have time to enjoy your lunch.
When you come to our clinic for Botox in Hertford, you will be treated by a fully-qualified professional. We use a purified version of the botulinum type A toxin to temporarily relax the tiny muscles of the faces that are responsible for unwanted lines and wrinkles.
Common areas for treatment with Botox in Hertford include:
- Crow’s feet around the eyes
- Frown lines
- Forehead lines
- Smoker’s line around the lips
Just the right amount of treatment is delivered to just the right area so that the results are noticeable, but entirely natural – there is no need to worry about that overdone “frozen faced” look some unfortunate celebrities have experienced in the past.
The treatment itself involves a pain-free injection, and should only take between five and ten minutes per area treated.
Your Botox in Hertford treatment will take a few days to fully develop – people usually really start to notice them within seven days. They are not designed to be permanent, but depending on your skin type and the area that’s treated, they can last between three and six months before a repeat treatment is required.
Hertford Dental Care also offers treatment with dermal fillers. These may be used to plump up the lips, to treat marionette lines and naso-labial lines. The results of dermal fillers treatment will be visible immediately, and again should last three months or more, depending on the area treated.