Facial Rejuvenation In Hadley, MA
At River Valley Dental, Dr. Gojgini and his team are dedicated to improving the health and happiness of our patients through facial rejuvenation procedures. Our Hadley dental practice now offers a variety of safe, FDA-approved cosmetic and aesthetic facial rejuvenation services.
Botox® Cosmetic works beneath the surface of the skin to block the release of a substance called acetylcholine. This reduces muscle activity that can cause moderate to severe wrinkles to form. Many patients begin to notice results within 24 to 48 hours and enjoy the maximum effect after 30 days.
Dr. Gojgini also uses Botox® Cosmetic to treat patients suffering from chronic headaches, migraines, and TMJ/TMD disorders.
Juvéderm™ is a gel filler that is safe and long lasting. Dr. Gojgini can use Juvéderm™ to augment lips, to contour the cheeks and chin, and to decrease deep folds and smile lines. Results can be seen immediately, and usually last approximately 6 months before another treatment is needed.
Belotero Balance® Dermal Filler
Belotero BalanceⓇ is an injectable dermal filler that quickly integrates into the skin. Once Dr. Gojgini completes the injection, Belotero BalanceⓇ instantly smoothes the lines and wrinkles in the face. Belotero Balance® is made of a material called hyaluronic acid. By binding to water, it plumps and fills in wrinkles and folds, allowing immediate and smooth correction.
XEOMIN® is a prescription medication often used in facial aesthetics to temporarily improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyes. It acts on nerve endings in facial muscles to prevent the muscles from contracting. By reducing these contractions, XEOMIN® can temporarily reduce the frown lines that often appear between the eyes.
Not sure which facial rejuvenation procedure is right for you? Call our Hadley dental practice today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Gojgini.
At River Valley Dental, with our extensive list of general dentistry services, we help our patients eliminate the bacterial infections around their teeth – and by doing so, help them save their smiles.