Let’s face it, we can’t stop the aging process. Fine lines and wrinkles inevitably appear as we age. However, botox and dermal fillers are now available to revitalize the skin and help you stay younger looking, longer.

Are you ready to rid yourself of those fine lines or wrinkles on your forehead as well as around your eyes and mouth? General Dentistry Limited offers facial rejuvenation in Sioux Falls to help patients achieve smoother and younger looking skin. With our dental and cosmetic (aesthetic) procedures, you can achieve a stunning smile and gorgeous look.

How We Do It

Facial rejuvenation is often a series of cosmetic procedures that aim to restore your skin’s youthful appearance. At General Dentistry Limited, we use botox for wrinkle and fold eradication and dermal fillers for volume enhancement in the face. Botox is a purified protein that relaxes the muscles in the face and softens wrinkles to maintain youthful looking skin. Dermal fillers contain naturally occurring hyaluronic acid (HA) that adds volume to the face, thus smoothing targeted folds and wrinkles.

Talk to our team to discuss your situation and find out which of these treatments is right for you.

Are You A Candidate For Facial Rejuvenation?

Patients choose to undergo facial rejuvenation for a number of reasons. This cosmetic procedure is ideal if:

  • You want to achieve a youthful appearance
  • You have crow’s feet around your eyes, fine lines around your mouth and/or furrow or frown lines in your forehead
  • You want to reverse the signs of aging
  • Sagging skin

We encourage patients to disclose all information regarding their medical history so we can provide the right treatment and advice. Injection of botox or dermal fillers is not advisable for people with medical conditions, such as muscle pain or damaged nerves. We also discourage pregnant or breastfeeding women from undergoing such treatment to avoid possible complications.

Consult with our cosmetic (aesthetic) dentist, Dr. Katie Reardon, to learn more about facial rejuvenation in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.