Dentists are best placed to offer facial aesthetics
Large proportion of the dentist training involves not just teeth but also the anatomical structures allied to the mouth such as nerves, muscles and vessels. As well as providing oral treatment that is in proportion with the patient’s face, dentists are experts at administering pain-free injection. In addition, cosmetic dentistry and non-surgical facial aesthetic go side by side. A beautiful white smile is completed by a younger looking, wrinkles-free face, and vice versa.
If the lines on your face are making you look and feel older than you really are, then an injectable may be a good solution. As you get older, the effectiveness of your skin’s natural collagen decreases, causing lines and creases around the mouth, lips, chin, in between the eyes, and on the forehead. Fillers are non-surgical procedures that can sometimes fully correct the “wrinkle” in one application similar to spackle. However, the vast majority of fillers require several injections to complete the desired effect. Replacement therapies replenish your own tired collagen, resulting in fewer lines and firmer, tighter skin. Fillers can also help eliminate or reduce scarring from acne and injuries that have left a depressed area.