Facial aesthetics is an important factor that most dental treatments or procedures aim at. A healthy and well-balanced facial structure can help your smile to stand out and give you a youthful and healthy appearance.
Patients can choose from several procedures to beautify, modify, and enhance their facial aesthetics and improve their appearance.
Some treatments come in the form of injectable substances such as Botox and Juvederm. Other cosmetic remedies can help enhance facial lines, eliminate wrinkles around the mouth and face, remove bags under the eyes, and improve facial mass.
Treatment Options Available At Our San Jose Office
A youthful appearance is something that we long for. Although exercise and a good night’s sleep can help to a certain extent, there are ways by which patients can get a charismatic and beautiful smile. Such treatment options include enhancing facial contour and appearance.
Are you worried about those frown lines on the forehead? Such issues can be removed to bring back your youth and energy using BOTOX®. This youth enhancing medication can be injected into the muscles to smoothen wrinkle lines on the forehead and beneath the eyes. BOTOX® can help you appear younger. calmer, and more fierce.
It can also be used to treat a wide variety of other conditions such as reducing migraines, treating TMJ disorders, etc. BOTOX® involves no stitches, incisions, or surgeries, and hence, you needn’t be worried as you would be able to resume your daily routine.
Sick of noticing the same wrinkle-stricken face day after day? JUVÉDERM® dermal fillers may just be the right remedy. Dermal fillers such as these can be injected into the area around the nose and mouth to help reduce and smoothen wrinkles, sagging skin, treat stretch marks, improve facial volume etc.
Kybella® dermal filler is designed to specifically target loose skin under the chin to give patients a more youthful appearance. Kybella® treatment can help enhance facial appearance by getting rid of the extra skin that could be the result of aging, genetics, or weight gain.