Facial Fillers

A Whole New You in Just One Visit!

Upgrade more than just your smile with BOTOX®.

Facial fillers such as BOTOX® and Restylane® rejuvenate your skin for a more confident smile. They can even treat minor oral health conditions. Let’s discuss your options in our dental office today.

One Convenient Location

Our doctors provide comprehensive care in a state-of-the-art facility. They are highly trained to bring you the latest advancements in dental cosmetic treatments, including:

Smooth Fine Lines with Facial Fillers

  • BOTOX®: BOTOX® is a purified protein that, when injected into your facial muscles, acts as a muscle relaxer. The skin above these muscle groups becomes smoother, filling out fine lines. Results are seen within 24 to 48 hours and the effects last, on average, about three to four months. BOTOX® is also used to treat TMJ disorder and relax the jaw muscles associated with TMJ pain.
  • Restylane®: Restylane® is the first FDA approved injectable filler to enhance the lips. It adds volume and fullness to the skin and stimulates the production of your own natural collagen, reducing facial lines and folds. Patients who receive Restylane® see improvements in fine lines for up to 18 months, and six months with fullness in their lips!

Please call our office at your earliest convenience to schedule your appointment. We look forward to speaking with you!

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