Botox and Dermal Fillers
Botox and dermal fillers in Franklin and Centerville Areas : The finishing touch for your youthful smile
Your smile doesn’t stop at your teeth. Facial wrinkles from repeated expressions such as frowning or squinting make you look tired or angry, and detract from the beauty of your smile. It makes great sense for your dentist to offer Botox and dermal fillers to complete your fresh look. Patients in Franklin and Centerville areas can get stunning smiles and younger looking faces at Kori & Everhart Advanced Dentistry.
Botox Cosmetic is a prescription neuromodulator cleared by the FDA for improvement of moderate to severe glabellar lines (vertical “elevens” between the eyebrows) and crow’s feet at the corners of the eyes. It can also be used, off-label, in other areas where wrinkles are the result of repeated muscle contractions such as lines around the mouth that cause lipstick to bleed. Botox is injected just beneath the skin to block nerve impulses, allowing underlying muscles to relax, and softening the appearance of wrinkles. There is no downtime and results last several months.
Soft tissue fillers such as Juvéderm, Belotero Balance, and Radiesse contain hyaluronic acid (HA) in a smooth gel base. These FDA approved products are injected to fill wrinkles that form as the result of sagging skin or loss of facial volume. Dermal fillers are a great way to smooth unwanted wrinkles and restore youthful contours on the lower two-thirds of the face – smile lines, vertical lip lines, and folds from the nose to the mouth. HA adds instant volume, and holds many times its own mass in hydration, for wrinkle reduction that can last up to a year.
Dentistry requires a natural appreciation for aesthetics and symmetry. Our dentists apply those principals to every injectable treatment. Make facial rejuvenation part of your regular dental checkups with Botox and dermal fillers from Franklin dentists, Kori & Everhart Advanced Dentistry. We have offices in Franklin, and Centerville.
Dr. Kori maintains membership in the American Academy of Facial Esthetics (www.facialesthetics.org).