BOTULINUM TOXIN (BOTOX)
Botox is a purified protein used to inject into muscles, blocking the impulses from the nerves, thus allowing the muscles to relax and soften. This gives the area, e.g. the face a revitalised, wrinkle free appearance. The continuous relaxation of these muscles leads to wrinkle reduction. Botox is most often used on the forehead and around the eyes to reduce frown lines..
DERMAL FILLERS (ANTI-WRINKLE INJECTIONS)
Dermal fillers consist of a hyaluronic acid, a natural element that is found in the skin. This gel-like substance is used to safely inject in areas such as the cheeks, under the eyes, jawline, the lines around the mouth and lower area of the nose, and most commonly the lips. The fillers help plump up those areas, softening the facial lines, wrinkles, creases and any scars.
A very effective method to lighten the natural colour shade of teeth, without the removal of any tooth surface. We offer two options for teeth whitening, including an option of having it done in- chair by one of our dentists or by seeing one of our dentists for a consultation and the impressions for your at-home teeth whitening kit.
Veneers is a thin layer of material replicating the look and feel of a natural tooth, but is placed over the tooth to improve the aesthetics of a tooth or smile or to protect the tooth’s surface form damage. Other reasons for choosing veneers are to brighten your teeth, to straighten your smile, to correct issues such as discolouration, fractures or chips.
Invisible braces are the lightweight, nearly invisible alternative to conventional braces to address the cosmetic needs of patients, allowing them to have the perfect straight smile they have always dreamt of. It includes the use of 3D digital technology and a gradual treatment plan stretching over 4 – 6 months, the exact time period dependent on each patient’s unique needs and desires.
A smile make-over is the use of various combinations of cosmetic dentistry to reinvent or improve your smile, to give you the one you have always dreamt of. After consultation with your dentist, the diagnosis will be discussed with you to determine the best possible treatment plan.