How Do Dentists Use Dermal Fillers?

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Dermal fillers are a popular treatment for patients looking to add volume to their faces. Recently, dentists have begun to offer dermal filler treatment to their patients. Although they were originally offered in a doctor’s office, more dentists are considering them. Find out why in this article! 

If you are considering dermal fillers from your dentist’s office, then you may find this information to be helpful. We go over how a dentist administers this treatment and why it may be beneficial to do it there. 

How do dentists use dermal fillers?

Below, we discuss how dermal fillers can be used by a dentist. Patients looking to visit their dental office for other forms of treatment may be surprised by the following information.

What are dermal fillers?

Dermal fillers are made of hyaluronic acid and hydroxyapatite. These materials create an injection that goes directly into areas of the face. The goal of dermal fillers is to add volume to the lips, oral commissures, cheeks and even areas around the nose or near the cheekbones. The injection also helps remove the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles within the skin.

Dermal fillers from the dentist

A certified dentist can administer dermal fillers the same way that a doctor can. However, they usually have a different goal in mind. When a patient visits their dentist’s office for dermal fillers, it is usually because they are also seeking a smile transformation.

Smile transformations consist of extensive teeth and gum work, such as tooth replacement or bone grafting. Once these procedures are complete, some patients realize that they have fine lines or wrinkles around their mouths, which is why they may also want dermal fillers.

Why you should visit the dentist for dermal fillers

Having dermal fillers done in a dentist’s office is said to be advantageous to the patient. Because the dentist was responsible for the original smile transformation work, the patient is in good hands. Their dentist is already familiar with the patient’s smile and the surrounding areas. Thus, it makes treatment easier for the dentist and more comfortable for the patient. Instead of having to go from dentist to doctor for multiple appointments, why not just have it all done in one place?

Dentists who offer dermal fillers are trained and certified to do so. Some patients fear that their dentist may not be capable of administering them the same way that a plastic surgeon would. However, there is a required amount of training to be done by the dentist in order for them to administer dermal filling.

Get started today!

Dermal filler injections can be done at a dentist’s office. It is convenient, safe and beneficial. If you have questions about dermal fillers, then reach out to our office so we can help you. Our team of dentists can further explain what we can do with dermal fillers. Give us a call or stop by today.

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