Cosmetic Injectable treatments

When you smile do you feel the appearance of your upper teeth is overshadowed by excessive gum tissue? Dr Jacqui Petrovski is trained and certified to administer anti-wrinkle injections by the AADFA. Combining her technical knowledge of dental and facial aesthetics, Dr Jacqui believes conservative and careful use of injectables can enhance a person’s appearance in a natural and beautiful way, avoiding the tell-tale ‘frozen face’ look that overuse of these treatments can result in. Our professional team here at Dento mak of Epping address problems and concerns with that gummy smile ,the traditional smokers lines or Perioral and also treatments of Naso labial folds and wrinkles.

What is a Gummy Smile?

This is simply when An excessive display of gum tissue in your upper jaw can result from the abnormal eruption of the teeth. When this occurs, more of your gum tissue is exposed when you smile. The manner in which your upper jaw bone grew and developed could cause the appearance of a gummy smile. Gummy smile can have a negative effect on the esthestics of your smile. The good news is that gummy smile can be corrected though many treatment options. If you are concerned and feel you have a gummy smile call our professional team today our quailed dentist here at Dento mak will examine your mouth, teeth, and gums to determine the appropriate treatment course.

What are Perioral Lines and how can the team at Dento Mak help?

Aging leads to the development of fine line wrinkles Many cosmetic aids have been introduced to treat different kinds of signs of aging, but perioral lines continue to be a challenge, often needing invasive treatments such as cosmetic injectable treatments.
Perioral lines or perioral wrinkles surface around the mouth without a definite pattern. In some people, perioral lines are more pronounced above the upper lip, while in some they are more marked around the edge of the lips, along the lower jaw. Perioral lines can be as deep as exaggerated facial frowning that is seen along the forehead of some people. Perioral lines can be present in the form of multiple, small lines or a few but deep creases.
Being concentrated around the mouth, their visibility is enhanced every time the mouth is moved in the most minimal of manner. The smallest of facial expression, conversation or physical exertion tends to highlight perioral lines. These lines are also called smoker’s lines or vertical lines. This is mainly because of their concentration around the lips that is often more marked among chronic smokers.

 

Some Typical facial areas that have perioral lines are:

  • Nasolabial folds/grooves (as lines or grooves extending vertically from the base of nose to upper lip)
  • Corner of mouth (including the more extensive, smile lines)
  • Upper chin (also called marionette lines)
  • Oral Commissures (small grooves found along the jaw)
  • Lateral groove of mandible (middle portion of lower jaw)

The good news is that in manty cases these symptoms can be corrected though many treatment options. If you are concerned and feel you want advice on these important issues call our professional team today our qualified dentists here at Dento mak Epping will examine your mouth, teeth, and gums to determine the appropriate treatment course for you.

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Some Common Causes of Perioral Lines

Can be due to the natural loss of skin’s volume and elasticity that is associated with aging. Also, perioral lines are often regarded as the result of involuntary or progressive degeneration of skin. Aging causes gradual erosion of the lipids or fat under the skin that is responsible for sustaining the stretched nature of facial skin, along with assisting the action of facial muscles.
The formation of perioral lines proceeds more aggressively if the skin is exposed the sun without seeking proper protection, and due to lifestyle habits like smoking. Sun damage, along with low level of essential nutrients and hydration, makes the facial skin age faster.
Some people are genetically predisposed to developing creasing of skin around their mouth that mimics perioral lines, but are actually skin folds induced by facial structure. However, this form of skin creasing makes the skin more vulnerable to developing perioral lines as the individual ages.

Apart from aging, the formation of perioral lines is often assisted by other factors such as:

  • Loss of facial skin volume due to chronic diseases
  • Use of ill-fitting dental structures for a long time
  • Abnormally thin facial skin that is more prone to creasing

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