Dermal fillers are an excellent way to combat many of the common premature signs of ageing. Hertford Dental Care offers treatment with both dermal fillers and Botox to treat issues such as lines, wrinkles, and loss of volume in the facial skin and/or lips.
Whilst Botox treatment involves relaxing the tiny facial muscles below the surface of the skin, dermal fillers replace lost hyaluronic acid to plump up and rejuvenate your skin’s appearance. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring substance which we being to lose gradually as we get older.
Factors such as spending a lot of time in the sun without using a high-factor sun protection cream, drinking too much alcohol, or not drinking enough water can all take their toll on the skin. Diller treatment from Hertford Dental Care can successfully reverse all of these problems.
At Hertford Dental Care we use the renowned Juvéderm form of dermal fillers, which uses sterile hyaluronic acid gel made from non-animal sources. These dermal fillers are suitable for treating a number of areas, including:
- Naso-labial folds
- Marionette lines around the lips
- Vertical lip lines
- Crow’s feet
Dermal fillers should always be provided by a suitably trained and qualified medical professional, such as a dentist, nurse, or doctor, to ensure that results look as natural as they do beautiful. At Hertford Dental Care we are highly experienced in delivering facial aesthetics treatments.
Hertford dermal fillers
The Juvéderm dermal fillers used at Hertford Dental Care are delivered by pain-free injection, and usually take just a few minutes to complete. Unlike Botox, the result of treatment with fillers is visible instantly, meaning you can drop in during your lunch hour, have treatment, and walk looking and feeling many years younger.
As with Botox, fillers are not permanent, but depending on the area treated the results should last between six and 12 months before you need to return to our Hertford dental clinic for a repeat procedure.
Local anaesthetic will either be applied to your skin before your injection, or will be ready-included in the syringe, ensuring the procedure is pain-free.