Botox and fillers are increasingly popular techniques that when done well can produce a subtle, non surgical to make you look many years younger. At Gwynne Dental we believe in experienced, professional practitioners and are delighted to have Gaby Jackman on board carrying out these procedures. Gaby has been the deputy lead nurse at St. Michaels Hospice and is now the Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist. Alongside this she is an advanced aesthetic practitioner in Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels and skin tightening fibroblast techniques. She has an emphasis on subtle and gradual changes to slowing and reversing the anti- ageing process with Botox, fillers and chemical peels. We will always under treat our patients initially to give the most natural looking outcome to any treatments we carry out. Top ups can always be carried out. An overall assessment is carried out to ascertain what the desired outcome for each individual patient is. Our service is both professional and discrete with patient confidentiality a top priority.
The Ageing Process
Ageing is inevitable and it comes to all of us. But what does it mean in real terms to our skin and our features? Often wrinkles or lines and a loose appearance of the skin.
Some people show a few or all of these signs but by getting to know our patients and assessing their faces and lifestyles and using an holistic approach we can prescribe bespoke treatments to enhance and treat the things that bother them most.
The way you look affects the way you feel about yourself. The signs of ageing can make us appear tired and stressed.
At Gwynne Dental it’s about reviving the skin and complexion, softening out the lines and wrinkles and restoring volume and firmness, restoring youthfulness and more importantly confidence.
All of the above issues can be treated by Wrinkle Relaxing Injections (BOTOX®), Dermal Fillers (e.g. Juvederm Ultra, Juvederm Voluma) and Chemical Skin Peels.
Botox Wrinkle Treatment can be used in a number of areas:
Botox essentially relaxes a muscle for a 3 month period and will gradually wear off. At this point a new course can be administered.
Filler areas we can treat are:
The fillers used at Gwynne Dental are non-permanent and are made of Hyaluronic Acid (HA), a naturally-occurring substance found in the body, made of sugar. They help hydrate and add volume to your skin. As you age, the natural replacement of Hyaluronic Acid is reduced and therefore the moisturising and plumping effects decrease. This is when fine lines, wrinkles and loss of volume start to appear. Dermal fillers can be used on the face and neck hands to revitalise and refresh the overall appearance of your skin. This treatment helps improve facial lines, acne scars and other contouring deficiencies instantly. The use of fillers can be referred to as a nonsurgical facelift, the results are very often amazing.
This is both a bespoke and discrete service, private opening by request.
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