Cosmetic collagen procedures and Dermal fillers


At Pascoe Vale Dental Group, we consider your whole smile, which includes considering muscles neighbouring the mouth and other expressive muscles surrounding the face. Our dentists who have studied the mouth and the intricate maxillo-facial muscles for years, along with their training in administering injectables we are experienced in addressing changing aesthetics of the face. Cosmetic procedures offered at Pascoe Vale are non-invasive and safe.

Collagen Injections (Anti-wrinkle treatment)

Collagen (or anti-wrinkle) injections give your skin a plumper more supple appearance and attempt to temporarily reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Collagen injections are often used to mask minor imperfections in the skin such as laugh lines, wrinkles, crow's feet and acne scars. Collagen can also be used to create the appearance of fuller lips and cheeks. Collagen injections are safe, quick and relatively easy to administer for a qualified practitioner, such as a dentist.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid, a component that is naturally produced by the skin. Naturally, with age, our skin produces less hyaluronic acid. Dermal fillers can this help restore volume and smooth out various imperfections in the skin to regain a more youthful appearance or help correct issues such as asymmetrical lips or dark spaces around dental implants. Dermal fillers are often used to correct deep naiolabial folds, lip augmentation and marionette lines.

Discover how we can help you achieve smoother looking skin, call us on (03) 9354 7111.

We also provide a range of cosmetic dentistry treatments and services.

Address

269-271 Gaffney St, Pascoe Vale VIC 3044. See on map

Surgery Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:00am – 5:30pm
Friday, Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays Closed

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A healthy mouth is a healthy body. Substantial research has found a strong link between periodontal disease (gum disease) and a host of serious health complications, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, digestive disorders, stroke and cancer.