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What happens as we get older?
Dozens of changes take place in your face as you get older.
When we are young, fat is distributed evenly and allows the facial structures to maintain itself in pockets. With age, features that were formerly round may sink, and skin that was smooth and tight gets wrinkles and folds.
Finer wrinkles are usually attributed to sun damage, smoking, and natural degeneration of elements of the skin that keep it healthy.
With your teeth, it is natural for your teeth to get yellower due to the aging process.
What can I do at home to assist facial aging?
At home, we can do the following things to fight aging:
Sun protection. Protecting your face from the sun is the single best way of keeping it youthful. Using sunscreen and making sure you have clothing that covers your skin where appropriate is important for reducing wrinkles in the long term.
Creams and lotions. Moisturizers soothe dry skin and may temporarily make wrinkles less noticeable.
Stress causes a person to frown quite a bit, which causes temporary forehead lines. Temporary lines can eventually turn into permanent lines. As the human body ages, our skin loses its elasticity and our muscles become weaker.
Smoking. While the skin wrinkles may not be reversible, you can prevent the worsening of wrinkling by quitting smoking now. Smoking is also not great for the colour of your teeth.
What treatments can I do professionally to feel rejuvenated?
Dermal fillers are a gel like substance is that are injected underneath the skin to restore deficiencies and to soften wrinkles and folds.
Anti wrinkle injections work by reducing muscle contraction to reduce existing wrinkles. They are designed to focus on specific muscle groups and a very effective in the face to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
In Chair Teeth Whitening
Almost anyone is a candidate for whitening! An in-chair whitening is a great way to get your results quickly.
What areas can I treat with anti –wrinkle injections?
Areas that can be treated include:
- Forehead lines
- Frown lines
- Crow’s feet / periorbital lines
- Bunny lines on the nose
- Chin lines and marionette lines
- Smoker’s lines
- Widened or square jaw due to clenching and grinding, and
- Gummy smile
What are the recommended areas of use for dermal fillers?
- Lip augmentation, definition and volume
- Smoker’s lines
- Marionette lines, the lines at the corners of your mouth
- Nasolabial lines, the lines that come from the side of your nose down to your mouth, and
Why should I have my lip augmented?
- Improve hydration, and reverse the effects of sun damage
- Correct asymmetry in the lips
- Definition of the lip border
- Enlarge lips or increase fullness
- Reduce the appearance of smoker lines.
- Correction of scarring