Do you dislike what you see when you look in the mirror? If your appearance is getting you down and you’d like to turn back the clock to look a little younger, dermal fillers are one option to consider.
Dermal fillers include Restylane and Sculptra, two injectable skin treatments which will soften the signs of time. Restylane is a clear gel that’s made of hyaluronic acid, which the body makes naturally. Hyaluronic acid hydrates and gives volume to the skin because it holds water, giving your skin a slightly plumped up look, a sign of youthfulness.
Along with enhancing your facial contours, it can revitalise the skin on your face and smooth wrinkles so you will achieve a younger look. It can also be used as a lip enhancer. The results are instantaneous and can last a long time too. Restylane lasts for a while although it’s recommended that follow-up sessions be continued for around 6 to 12 months afterwards. If you have your lips treated this can last for around 6 months.
Sculptra is another type of dermal filler in Kent that can smooth wrinkles out and restore any lost facial volume. It consists of an injectable poly-L-lactic (PLLA) which stimulates the body’s resources of collagen, smoothing lines and wrinkles out to make you look younger. It works by targeting the deep layers of the face to replace lost collagen, which prevents wrinkles from forming.
At Parrock Dental and Implant Centre, Dr Rik Trivedi is the Principal Dentist in Kent who will assess the aesthetics of your face to determine which dermal fillers are most suited to improving your appearance. Dr Rik Trivedi is a member of the Association of Facial Aesthetics so you can feel reassured that his expertise means you’ll be in the best of hands and you’ll leave feeling happy with the results.
If you want to know more about Botox/Dermal fillers in Kent, please give us a call on 01474 537 191 to book an appointment. Our opening hours are Monday and Wednesday from 9am to 5pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 9am to 8pm, Friday from 9am to 3pm and Saturday from 9am to 2pm.