Facial Rejuvenation

Facial Rejuvenation

We are delighted to offer Botox and Dermal fillers to our patients.


Botox® is an incredibly popular way to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles. What many people don’t know however, is that Botox® can also be used to prevent the formation of wrinkles in the first place! Botox® can help to address the following areas:

  • Frown lines on the forehead.
  • Crows feet around the eyes.
  • Lifting eye brows.
  • Lifting areas of the nose.
  • Lifting the corners of the mouth.
  • Reducing gummy smile.

Dermal Fillers

Fillers can be used to replace lost fat and collagen which can gradually reduce with ageing.

Fillers can help to maintain or increase plumpness in various areas of the face.

Dermal Fillers can be used to fill out the following key areas:

  • Lip lines
  • Lines from the nose to the corners of the mouth
  • Smile lines in the cheeks
  • Crow’s feet around the eyes
  • Frown lines on the forehead

If you would like to discuss the options for improving facial aesthetics please do not hesitate to call our friendly reception team who will arrange a consultation.

Finelines and Wrinkles

Here at Wellington Dental practice, we can safe offer anti-ageing  treatments which you can find out about below.

Wellington Dental Practice now offer fine line and wrinkle reduction treatments. Ageing is a natural process but when you don’t look as young as you feel it can be disheartening. One way to prevent the signs of ageing and to soften your existing fine lines is to have regular courses of anti-wrinkle injections by our dentists.  

We use Botulinum Toxin for this process, which you have probably heard more of as Botox.Many patients are alarmed at the thought of Botox, but its mechanism is simple and results will be subtle and personalised to your wishes.You will still be able to laugh, smile, frown as usual, but with less wrinkling in the areas we have treated.


We tailor all treatment to provide a natural looking outcome. Why come to a dentist for a beauty treatment?

Our dentists have spent their entire career focusing on the details of facial anatomy and are registered healthcare providers and prescribers.

Having facial injectables should always be carried out by a doctor or a dentist for your safety and peace of mind.

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