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Dermal Fillers at Clifton Dental Care, Cardiff

Give yourself a more youthful appearance and restore the volume in you face and lips with dermal fillers. A cosmetic non-surgical treatment with immediate effect reducing lines, wrinkles and folds in your skin. Dermal fillers are commonly used to plump out lines between the nose and the corner of the mouth.

Skin naturally ages and can increasingly be damaged from too much exposure in the sun or from smoking. Even poor diet can be a contributing factor. Dermal fillers contain a mix of clear gels containing natural Hyaluronic acid and as we age, the Hyaluronic acid in our skin diminishes which is one of the reasons we lose elasticity and tone. At Clifton Dental Care we offer popular branded products such as Juvederm and Restylane which are proven and safe to use.

Treatment using dermal fillers is most commonly used in the areas are around the lips, both above and below the mouth, and also the lines between the nose and mouth. Occasionally laughter or frown lines lines are treated which have not completely softened by the use of Botox. Before treatment, an anaesthetic cream is applied to help make the process as comfortable as possible and for some facial areas we may use a small injection like a dental anaesthetic to freeze the areas.

Dermal fillers are not permanent so if you wish to maintain the appearance you may repeat the treatment after six to nine months. Side effects are minimal and are mostly slight redness or bruising from the injections which may only last a few days but our practitioner will ask all the appropriate questions to check if dermal fillers are suitable for you and discuss any concerns you may have about potential side effects.

The cost of treatment will depend on the type of filler required and the amount needed but if you would like any more informations about dermal filler treatments and the products please call Clifton Dental Care on 02920 486 231 or you can ask the dentist here.

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