If you want to turn back the hands of time and give your facial appearance a more youthful look, it’s possible when you use Sculptra can help to reduce the signs of any wrinkles and folds.

Sculptra is an injectable dermal filler which contains poly-L-lactic acid which replaces lost collagen from deep within the skin’s layers. Collagen is what gives your skin its elastic, youthful appearance. As we age our collagen supplies become depleted, so a treatment such as Sculptra can restore it production, improving your facial aesthetics.

While the treatment isn’t a quick fix, it does give subtle results which last over a long time and the effect is natural, without being obvious that you’ve had work done. After a full treatment of Sculptra you should see results which last for more than two years.

These results are possible because it works beneath the deep layers of the skin’s dermis, so the effects can be natural, giving you a more refined and youthful appearance. Sculptra can be used in various parts of the face including the deep folds between the nose and mouth, chin wrinkles and the lines that frame the mouth.

If you want to find out more about how dermal fillers such as Sculptra can rejuvenate your appearance, the Parrock Dental and Implant Centre can help. Our Principal Dentist Dr Rik Trivedi is highly qualified to carry out a range of facial aesthetics procedures to improve your appearance.

As a member of the Association of Facial Aesthetics you can feel assured that his expertise means you’ll be treated with the utmost patient care and respect while receiving your treatment.  Alongside dermal fillers, Dr Rik Trivedi can also enhance your facial appearance with the botulinum toxin to smooth out age-related wrinkles.

To learn more about the botulinum toxin and our wide range of dermal fillers, please contact the Parrock Dental and Implant Centre 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.