Juvéderm® treatment in Knoxville, TN

Don’t let wrinkles, a deflated pout, detract from your stunning smile! Juvéderm® treatment in Knoxville, TN

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Juvéderm® LogoYou may be familiar with the Juvéderm® family of cosmetic products. These popular injectable treatments are designed to:

  • Add volume to the cheek area
  • Plump and volumize lips
  • Smooth and soften lines around the nose and mouth

So, why is a dentist’s office like Sequoyah Dental Arts talking about this type of aesthetic treatment?

Juvéderm® for the dental practice

Knoxville, TN dentists like Drs Pablo Foncea and Mariko McCall, are uniquely and exceptionally qualified to administer facial, soft tissue, or dermal fillers like Juvéderm®. After all, they have extensive training and knowledge of facial anatomy. Dr. McCall has also obtained focused, advanced training in injectable treatments, including neuromodulators (like Botox®) and dermal fillers. She has trained with internationally recognized clinicians, including plastic surgeon Dr. Arthur Swift, and anatomist, Dr. Sebastian Cotofana. You can trust that Dr. McCall has the skills and first-hand experience with these products to safely inject these products. Additionally, her skill gets natural results. You won’t look “frozen” or overly inflated!

Juvéderm® at the dentist’s office also seems less curious when you consider that conditions that it treats. These signs of aging can detract from the lovely appearance of a healthy smile. For instance, Dr. McCall may precisely inject just the right amount of the specific filler product at just the right points to soften and smooth nasolabial folds. These wrinkles develop around the mouth and nose. She may use precisely injected fillers to add volume and youthful definition to lips. Your pout naturally thins over time due to the aging process, sun damage, and other environmental factors. Dr. McCall may even lift and add volume to the apples of your cheeks. The aging process can affect the mid-face due to the loss of firming collagen in this area. Loss of elasticity also promotes sagging and wrinkles.

Botox® is designed to correct expression lines in the upper face. Dermal fillers are designed primarily to treat the lower third portion of the face. And a central feature of your face is located here: your smile! Fillers may be combined with cosmetic dental treatments. Together, these treatments provide the ultimate non-invasive makeover that renders natural results. You still look like you, only more rested, vibrant, and healthy.

Benefits worth smiling about

Dermal filler collections like Juvéderm® are popular. They are formulated with a substance that is produced by your body naturally: Hyaluronic Acid. HA-based fillers, in turn, replenish this beneficial moisturizing substance. As we get older, your body produces less HA. As a biocompatible formulation, Juvéderm® and like products:

  • Present a low risk of side effects and complications
  • May be applied in a matter of minutes
  • Are generally well-tolerated with local anesthetic or topicals for utmost comfort
  • Add desirable volume
  • Soften wrinkles and folds (via the plumping effect)
  • Require no downtime
  • Provide sustained results

Touch-ups are necessary. It is also essential to take great care of your skin. A healthy lifestyle supports long-lasting results, too. Find out more about Juvéderm® treatment at the dentist’s office. Book your consultation. Contact us today at 865 973-9899.

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I want to say “Thank you!” to the awesome and professional staff at Sequoyah Dental Arts. I had another great appointment and they gave me a pretty sweet and beautiful gift too! If you are looking for a great Dentist you should book your next appointment with Dr. Pablo Foncea at Sequoyah Dental Arts!

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