01341 421 021

Cader Road, Dolgellau, LL40 1RJ

Facial Aesthetics

 

Facial rejuvenation treatments are used to help soften expression lines and define facial contours either by the careful use of wrinkle relaxation injections or injectable fillers.

Wrinkle Relaxation Injections

Crease lines and wrinkles such as crow’s feet and frown lines are part of the natural maturing process caused by a combination of aging, sun damage and the normal movement of the muscles in facial expression. Wrinkle relaxing injections can be used to relax certain facial muscles. This means that the overlying skin stays smoother and creases gradually diminish. The result is a more serene and youthful look. Treatment is not permanent and lasts on average for 4 months.

Soft Tissue Enhancements

Dermal fillers can be used to plump out the facial lines and increase the volume and hydration of the skin. They are used particularly to soften the lines around the mouth and chin area and for enhancing the shape and volume of the lips. These types of fillers are naturally biodegradable and are therefore non-permanent. The effect lasts typically 6-9 months.

Before deciding to have any of these cosmetic treatments it is important that we meet and discuss your requirements. You will have a full consultation during which we will be able to explain how the treatments can be used to achieve the results you desire. You will be given advice about your individual concerns and an estimate of costs involved. Your consultation is for advice and information. We understand that it is important to have time to consider your options and ask any questions that you may have.

Cader Dental Practice, Dolgellau

General dentistry,  Aesthetic & Implant Centre

Cader Dental Practice

Cader Dental Practice

Cader Road

Dolgellau

LL40 1RJ

Address

Cader Dental Practice

Cader Road

Dolgellau

LL40 1RJ

Telephone

01341 421 021

Monday: 08:30 - 17:30     

Tuesday: 08:30 - 17:30

Wednesday: 08:30 - 17:30

Thursday: 08:30 - 17:30

Friday: 08:30 - 17:30

Closing at lunch time between 12:30-13:30

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