When a person wants to improve the color or overall appearance of their teeth, a cosmetic dentist can provide numerous treatment options. One popular solution is enhancing the smile with dental veneers. These thin coverings are designed to fit over existing teeth to create a whiter, more symmetrical look. Patients with a variety of cosmetic…
Dermal Fillers Can Complete Your Smile Makeover
Dermal fillers can provide you with a complete smile makeover. If you have had cosmetic dental improvements done before, but still feel as though something is not right, a dermal filler can help. Dermal fillers provide the extra touch-up you need for your best smile ever.
Smile Improvement: When your teeth look great, but your smile still sags, it can detract from the attractive appearance of your teeth. Today, we provide a range of dermal fillers that can improve the structure of your smile. If you feel as though your skin sags or you have thin lips, creases in your cheeks, or wrinkles by your eyes or on your forehead that take away from your beautiful smile, our fillers can help today. If you have recently had work done to improve your teeth, do not let the skin on your face take away attention from improvements you have invested time and money into.
There are several advantages to using our dermal fillers in combination with a smile makeover:
Quick Application: We can complete a dermal fillers procedure in one visit. We will apply the filler to the areas requested through an injection that will instantly create an improvement. You can even have your filler injected during your lunch break.
Minimally Invasive: All that is necessary in order to help improve your smile is a quick dermal filler visit. Following the dermal fillers treatment, you can leave the appointment with no recovery or healing time necessary. Some dermal fillers begin working immediately while others require a few weeks to take on their full effect.
Minimal Side Effects: The most prevalent side effect is slight swelling at the injection site. You may also notice a little redness. In some cases, bruising may occur. Bruising is most commonly experience in areas of thinner skin, like the forehead. Any bruising that occurs will only last for two to five days in most cases. The rarest side effects are itching, a rash, and the development of small lumps. Our patients rarely complain of these issues.
Longevity: The development of dermal fillers over the years leads to a longer period of improvement. Dermal fillers are not a permanent improvement, but our fillers can create an enhancement that lasts for many years. In rare cases, improvements only remain for six months.
Dermal fillers are a safe and effective way to improve the look of your smile. Compared to more complex forms of cosmetic surgery like traditional facelifts, dermal fillers are non-invasive and provide competitive results. Why spend more money and more recovery time on a facelift that may or may not work when you can receive tried and true results from dermal fillers? Do not let those wrinkles or that saggy skin detract from a beautiful and straight smile. Visit Smilow Family Dentistry, P.C. for more information about the process and whether or not it is right for you today.
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