BEFORE & AFTER GALLERY
Who doesn’t adore a cheerful grin? Toothpastes and rinses, over-the-counter gels, strips and trays, and whitening chemicals purchased from a dentist are among the options for teeth whitening. However, not everyone is a good candidate for whitening. It’s best for folks who have healthy teeth and gums that haven’t been fixed. Individuals having yellow tones in their teeth, rather than grey tones, have the best results. Consult your dentist to see if teeth whitening is appropriate for you.
Botox & Dermal Fillers
Botox and dermal fillers are cosmetic injections that are normally administered at a doctor’s office. They are non-invasive, which means they do not require surgery. But that’s where their similarities end. Botox is a treatment that uses purified microbes to temporarily paralyse muscles. Botox can help to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles caused by facial expressions in this way. Dermal fillers are made up of chemicals that fill in areas that have weakened as a result of ageing. The cheeks, lips, and area around the mouth are all prone to thinning.