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Facial Rejuvenation


Our facial rejuvenation treatments are carried out by one of our principle dentists, Claire Williams. She trained in facial aesthetics at The Khanna Institute, London and regularly attends courses to ensure she keeps well up to date with new products and techniques.

The treatments available use either -
Botulinum Toxin which is mainly used to soften lines/wrinkles around the eyes and forehead, and to reduce frown lines.


Dermal Fillers which are used to rectify tissue volume loss as we age. Popular areas include cheeks, lips, smokers lines around the mouth, nose to lip lines.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers can add volume to your lips and skin, rejuvenating your appearance without affecting your natural expression. They are a crystal-clear gel form of Hyaluronic acid (H.A.), a substance that occurs naturally in the body but diminishes as we get older. H.A. holds water, hydrates and gives youthful volume to the skin. A simple injection of filler replenishes lost volume and improves your looks by enhancing your facial profile, creating fuller lips and smoothing out lines and wrinkles.

Botulinum Toxin

Every time you smile or frown you set off a series of muscle contractions in your face. As these muscles expand and contract they crease you skin with an unflattering pattern of lines including frown lines, forehead lines and lines around the eyes (‘crows feet’). As we age our skin becomes less elastic and these lines can become more obvious or permanent.

Botulinum toxin is injected directly into these muscles causing them to relax and thus smooth out those troublesome lines. This nonsurgical, quick and painless procedure leaves you with a more relaxed and youthful appearance lasting for 4-6 months.
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Last updated 8th June 2017