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Dermal Filler

Why choose Breeze Dental?

We want you to achieve the best, natural-looking results for looking good and feeling great. That's why we say your cosmetic treatments should be as individual as you are.

At Breeze Dental, we offer a range of facial rejuvenation treatments, all carried out in our modern, soothing and relaxing treatment environment. Jackie, Tanya, Cara and Kelly have all undertaken extensive training and gained considerable expertise and experience in non-surgical treatments.

As an experienced dentists and therapists they all have a keen eye for detail. They are perfectionist at heart and love creating results which boost confidence and self-esteem and believes it’s the subtlest of changes that can make the biggest difference.

 

What can be treat with Dermal Filler:

What are Dermal Fillers?

Dermal Fillers treatment involves using a medically developed solution under the skin with a fine needle to enhance facial features and plump and fill lines, grooves or sunken areas.

Dermal Fillers are used to treat a range of skin concerns, including lack of volume and shallow to deep wrinkles and folds, such as smile, marionette and lipstick lines and those on the corners of the mouth, chin, neck, décolletage and hands.

Administered correctly by a medical professional, they can subtly smooth, soften, contour and tone the skin; restore youthful plumpness, enhance and define your features.

 

Nasolabial Line Filler

The nasolabial fold is the deep crease running from either side of the nose down towards the corners of the mouth. This crease becomes more noticeable as part of the natural ageing process. Fat is lost from the cheeks, reducing skin volume and making this fold appear deeper. Repeated smiling or having a “big smile” may result in permanent, deep creases in this area.

Deep nasolabial folds can be corrected through injections of dermal filler into the surrounding area, restoring the lost volume and softening the appearance of these creases. The goal of nasolabial fold injections is to even out the skin volume, leaving you with a smoother, refreshed-looking appearance.

 

Marionette Filler

Marionette lines (corner of the mouth) are long vertical wrinkles that traverse from the corners of the lips to the chin. These creases could give a grim or sad look to the face. These lines occur with age, smoking  and can progress to form jowls later on. It is possible to lift these corners with dermal filler by adding volume and anchoring the corners higher up.

 

Cheek Filler 

Over time the face loses fat, causing the cheeks to become flat and saggy, giving way to a sunken-in look. Although some are born with naturally high cheekbones, achieving the look of sculpted cheeks can be accomplished through both nonsurgical treatments that focus on restoring plumpness, volume and definition.

To restore volume to the midface and recreate youthful contours, we can use dermal fillers. The filler used consists of a thicker hyaluronic acid – a substance which can be found in the body. Filler can be placed directly above the cheek bones and moulded to define natural cheek bone structure. They can also lift areas lower down such as the nasolabial folds. 

 

Consultations

Prior to any treatment, a thorough consultation will be provided which allows us to sit and chat with you and see your areas of concern through your eyes. We will jointly develop a treatment plan to help you achieve the results you want, subtly enhancing your natural features and rejuvenating your appearance. We pride ourselves on delivering high standards of care and making you our priority.

To book a free consultation with our Patient Coordinator click here to contact us. Any proposed treatment will be explained to you in full and you will have the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.

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Breeze Dental also offer Dental Finance with 0% APR on many of our treatments, we can arrange installments to make the cost of treatment more manageable and offer an alternative to paying the total up-front.