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By Tarvin Webteam - 21st February 2015 6:00am
New Business on Tarvinonline
Dr Woodside Facial Aesthetics for all your cosmetic needs!
Dr Woodside qualified as a dentist from Liverpool University in 2012, since then she has taken courses in advanced dermal fillers and botulinum toxin type A, and most recently has been chosen to become a member of The Faculty of Dental Surgeons at The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.
As a qualified dentist Dr Woodside is able to offer fully legal tooth whitening (remember it is illegal for anyone other than a dentist to offer peroxide based tooth whitening).
Dermal fillers- these are used to reduce deep lines or folds of the skin, the collagen is injected under the fold to lift the skin therefore reducing the depth of the line. They can also be used to give fuller lips. The picture shows dermal fillers used to reduce nasal labial folds.
Wrinkle reducing injections- Known to many by the brand name Botox, this is now the most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure carried out in the UK. It is used to reduce lines caused by muscle movements such as frown lines, crows feet, forehead creases, bunny lines, and lines above the upper lip. More recently It has been used for other treatments very effectively such as gummy smile reduction, to up-turn droopy mouth corners, to reduce 'orange peel' chin and our most popular product to reduce excessive sweat reduction.
Find us on Tarvinonline here, Facebook or Twitter @drwoodsidefa or Tel 07860477641 or email email@example.com for more information, we are more than happy to provide more information on products even if you do not intend to have treatments carried out and are just interested in finding out more!
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