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What are dermal fillers? Stangrove Court Dental Practice reveals all!

If you want to rejuvenate your face, we have a treatment that will reduce fine lines and wrinkles by plumping up the skin to make it look more youthful! Dermal fillers Kent are a treatment that many of our patients are opting for, because of the flexibility for treating a myriad of issues that concern them. Our practice has been established for over 40 years and we have a huge range of expertise and professional know-how when it comes to giving you your youthful years back!

What are dermal fillers made of?


Dermal fillers are a cosmetic treatment that is composed of hyaluronic acid gels that are made from non-animal sources. Our bodies naturally produce hyaluronic acid and it is what makes your skin soft and youthful. As we age, our bodies stop producing as much of this, which is why dermal fillers Kent offer a non-surgical and painless procedure to replace some of your skin’s elasticity.


What can dermal fillers be used to treat?


Dermal fillers are used for a number of issues, including fine lines and wrinkles, lip enhancement, as well as for shaping face, neck and hand contours. The procedure includes the use of local anaesthetic, so that you won’t feel a thing while the treatment takes place. At Stangrove Court Dental Practice, we offer dermal fillers for lips, cheeks, nasolabial lines (the lines from your nose to your mouth), tear trough (under the eye, between the cheek and lower eyelid), marionette lines, jaw and chin. We also offer temple fillers for filling in hollow temples.


What happens during the treatment?


Dermal fillers are injected into the desired location and simply take a few minutes to work. The amazing thing about them is that you will see the results instantly and there is no need for downtime. This means that you can head in to see us during your lunch break and go back to the office feeling rejuvenated! You can then have follow-up appointments to top up the treatment and this is usually required every 6-12 months.


Anything else I should know about dermal fillers?


After treatment, it is best advised that you avoid extreme heat, such as steam rooms or saunas. You should also try not to rub or massage the area or have any other skin treatments for 24 hours after having the dermal fillers injected. There may be some swelling, redness, tenderness and bruising after the treatment, but these potential side effects should only be temporary.


What do I need to do to get dermal fillers?


If you’re interested in finding out more aboutdermal fillers Kent, you can book a consultation with us here at Stangrove Court Dental Practice to find out more about how we can help. We are happy to discuss any concerns you may have and to answer all your questions too, so that you feel confident about the treatment before you commit to it. Consultations are free and there is no obligation, so you have nothing to lose in coming in for a chat and to find out more about it in our relaxed and friendly practice.

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