As healthcare professionals, dentists are not only qualified to administer Botox and dermal fillers, but their day job requires an extensive medical knowledge of facial anatomy.
This puts them in an excellent position to extend their cosmetic skillset from the smile to the whole face – so it’s little wonder that dentists are fast becoming our go-to for Botox and dermal fillers.
The state-of-the-art cosmetic treatment rooms at our Colindale practice provide the ideal environment for carrying out Botox and dermal fillers.
Whether you want to smooth out your brow and crow’s feet, or revitalise your lips and cheeks, our cosmetic dentists are fully qualified to consult on and administer the best anti-ageing treatment for you – so make an appointment today to discuss your options and the cost of Botox and dermal fillers.
Dermal fillers offer a non-surgical way of restoring lost volume in the face by plumping out folds, lines and wrinkles from underneath. A synthetic form of hyaluronic acid – the moisture-replenishing substance that occurs naturally in the body – dermal fillers are injected in gel form and are especially suited to plumping lips and the areas around the mouth, nose and brow.
Shouldn’t I go to Harley Street for facial procedures?
That might have once been the case, but the rise of dentists qualified in facial aesthetics has made Botox and dermal fillers much more accessible. While the procedures are quick and non-invasive, the qualifications required to administer Botox and dermal fillers are universal – meaning you’ll receive the same expertise and results whether you’re in NW9 or W1.
How quickly will I see results?
Botox and dermal fillers typically take effect a few days after the injections.
How long do the results last?
Generally Botox and dermal fillers will last for up to six months before a repeat procedure is required.
Botox – or botulinum toxin – is a medical treatment that can only be carried out by an appropriately trained healthcare professional.
Because of their in-depth knowledge of facial aesthetics, dentists are especially well placed to do this. Involving a number of small, targeted injections that essentially relax the muscles, Botox is the safest, most effective way of banishing deep wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes.