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You might not think of fat and tissue volume as a benefit. After all, most of us would be happy to see the fat in our midsections diminish. However, when it comes to skin, the layer of fatty tissue below the epidermis is something we would rather keep. It provides the full lips, apple cheeks, and smooth facial contours that we associate with youth. Over time, the fatty layer below the skin becomes thinner, just as the body is producing less collagen and the skin becomes drier. Filler helps to replace the loss of volume as we age. 


"I never thought my lips could look this good. I came for cheek filler originally because I was concerned with the loss of volume and sagging I was experiencing, I was so pleased with the results I made an appointment to come back for lips!"


  • What is teeth whitening?
    People often throw the terms “teeth whitening” and “bleaching” around interchangeably. However, according to the FDA, teeth are “whitened” when they are lightened to match their natural color, and they are “bleached” when they are whitened beyond their natural shade.
  • Does teeth whitening remove stains?
    Yes of course it does! Our Teeth whitening packages not only removes stains but it keeps them from coming back quickly. Obviously excessive drinking of coffee and wine can speed up this process, but even then our teeth whitening package completely slows down the staining process.
  • How white will my teeth get?
    Everyone is born with a particular tooth color, just like your skin, hair and eyes. Our gels work to return you back to your original genetic tooth color. This varies from person to person. After just one treatment, most people are satisfied. For some people, a second or third treatment may be needed to achieve the results they are looking for. Some stains are much more difficult to remove than others. Depending on age and the type of stains, they may require more attention than others.
  • Is it safe?
    Numerous scientific studies have shown that there are no harmful effects from teeth whitening when teeth and gums are normal and healthy.
  • Are there any side effects?
    No serious adverse side effects are associated with our teeth whitening system. Some people do experience blanching of the gum line, a mild tingling sensation, or sensitivity, all of which typically last no more than 24 hours and can be alleviated by applying vitamin E oil to the teeth and/or gums.
  • How long does it last?
    Teeth whitening requires maintenance or touch-ups for a long lasting effect. The results can last for 12 months to 2 years and sometimes longer. The older you are, the more stains you have accumulated. Bleaching works to remove discolorations and restore your teeth to their natural white color. You may want to periodically whiten your teeth as exposure to certain foods and beverages will gradually darken teeth again over time. Most people touch up every 6 months to a year. You can whiten your teeth up to 3 times per year with our system.
  • How long before I can eat or drink teeth staining foods and drinks after my session?
    We recommend avoiding coffee, tea, red wine, berries, candy, red sauces, and other teeth-staining foods and beverages for the first 24 hours after your session.
  • How long will the appointment take?
    Your appointment will be one to three 20 minute sessions. After the first 20 minute session, we will check to see if the desired level of whiteness has been achieved. Typically first time patients will do three treatments, with a 20 minute touch up every three to six months.
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