Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Dermal Fillers – Why?
The human ageing process results in the reduction of the amount of body tissue and volume in the face that can now be treated by specially trained dentists with Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Dermal Fillers. Frown lines on the forehead, ‘crows’ feet at the corners of the eyes, creases and vertical lines around the lips are caused by muscle contraction under the skin surface, which also increases with age.
For many years now the treatment of facial skin folds, facial wrinkles, creases etc. was performed by Plastic and Cosmetic surgeons, Dermatologists, general medical practitioners, cosmetic nurses and occasionally suitable qualified beauticians. In countries outside Australia, cosmetic dentists have been performing these Anti-Wrinkle and Dermal Filler treatment procedures and more recently, Australian dentists have started to be trained in these techniques locally and abroad.
Dr Hillel New, the principle practitioner at CDIC received his Anti-Wrinkle Injection and Dermal Filler training with the American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE) in the USA. He now performs a wide variety of cosmetic facial enhancements in conjunction with dental procedures to provide his patients with a better, longer lasting aesthetic result. At CDIC, not only do we improve the appearance of our patients teeth but also offer a comprehensive smile rejuvenation and makeover. The Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Dermal Filler procedures performed at CDIC are used to reduce wrinkles around the lips, enhancing lip volume (increasing the pout), fill out nasolabial folds and marionette lines, reduce ‘gummy smiles’ and many more.
The materials used are all genuine and approved for dentofacial purposes. Dr. New’s specialised training with the American Academy of Facial Aesthetics (AAFE) in the use of Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Facial Fillers has been extensive and thus provides for predictable and safe patient treatment.
For more information about Anti-Wrinkle Treatments and Dermal Fillers and how they are used in conjunction with dental treatments to provide you with the smile you have always wanted, go to www.facelab.com.au.