At Kings Dental Clinic we know there are other factors besides your smile that can affect your self-confidence. That's why we offer a range of non-surgical and non-invasive facial rejuvenation treatments.
Many people worry about ageing of their skin whether prematurely due to their lifestyle or aged gracefully with time. As we age, we start to develop frown lines, wrinkles, volume loss (skin sagginess), pigmentation and age spots may become inevitable.
There are many factors that contribute to premature skin ageing, including excessive exposure to the sun, a poor diet, and smoking.
Frequent exposure to the sun without using protection leads to the skin becoming thinner and wrinkled. It also causes damage to collagen and elastin, vital skin proteins. You are most likely to notice this on areas such as the face and hands, which are usually more exposed to the sun than other parts of the body. Allowing yourself to become dehydrated can also affect your skin, as its hydration is vital to its condition and appearance. Drinking too much alcohol or coffee and not drinking enough water can dehydrate your skin. Smoking is also a leading cause of premature skin aging particularly around the mouth that is caused by repeated inhalation. Such lines are known as smokers' lines. Smoking also prevents oxygen from entering the skin cells.
With the skill and expertise of our practitioners using the latest innovative treatments, combating the signs of ageing has now become possible. The range of non-invasive cosmetic procedures available that gives your skin that radiant, youthful and confident appearance includes:
- Botulinum Toxin
- Dermal Fillers
- Thread Lift
- Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy
- Whitebox treatment
It is vital that patients have a full understanding of each treatment to help themselect the one that is most suitable and the outcome they want to achieve. Therefore, it is advisable to book a consultation with our expert practitioner prior to commencing any treatment. A full assessment along with a treatment plan will be done to determine the best combination of treatments to achieve the desired result. This is done to make sure that the best yet safest results are achieved. If any treatment is considered to be unsuitable for any reason, a treatment will not be provided.