The beauty of facial aesthetics in Camden is that different methods can be used for different issues. This means that a facial aesthetics package can be customised to suit the needs and look of an individual.
For completely tailor-made facial aesthetics in Camden, a client needs the assistance of a competent and experienced practitioner to create a package that will work for them. A clinic like Ace Dental can consider looks, budget and timescales as well as apply knowledge about which treatments will work best in each area of the face.
What is the difference between treatments?
Treatments like Botox and dermal fillers work in different ways. This means they influence different types of fine lines and facial blemishes.
When someone’s main concern is the lines caused by the muscles in their face then they usually need to turn to Botox to help. A practitioner will apply Botox in areas like the sides of the mouth, around the eyes and between the brows, anywhere that is affected when someone makes a facial expression. When someone is younger, their skin springs back into place after they make an expression. Repeated crinkling combined with a natural reduction in skin elasticity as someone ages means that their expressions are likely to leave an impression in their skin rather than just with the person they are interacting with. Botox relaxes the muscles that make the skin wrinkle so that they do not cause the long-term impressions. For this reason, Botox is best utilised sooner rather than later.
On the other hand, dermal fillers can be used to address wrinkles that are already present, and they can be used in many areas of the face. They plump up the skin by attracting water to the area using hyaluronic acid. This compound is naturally present in the skin but less so as we age. Dermal fillers are a versatile method for smoothing out the skin. They have been used to reduce the appearance of scars as well as for wrinkles.
There are other differences between dermal fillers and Botox that an experienced practitioner can discuss with their patient prior to treatment so they can choose the method that is best for them.