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Earlobe Repair With Injectable Dermal Filler Available at BrightSmile Dental & Aesthetic Clinic NW3

Earlobe repair with injectable dermal fillers adds volume to the earlobe by injecting a small amount of the filler, such as RHA3 ® or Juvederm®, to instantly expand the earlobe outward, creating a fuller, more youthful looking lobe. The result of the earlobe repair is long lasting, up to a year or more.

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3D LIPO FAT FREEZING, also known as Cryolipolysis, 3D Lipo Fat Freezing is able to target stubborn pockets of soft, squeezable fat tissue to help reduce lumps, bumps and bulges. Fat freezing non-invasively targets and destroys fat cells in the desired areas for long lasting results. This very popular treatment is highly effective in targeting areas such as belly fat, muffin tops, love handles, double chins, back fat and inner thighs. Just one or two treatments are normally recommended to help achieve a slimmer, toned figure. 

Special Offer: FAT FREEZING (offer ends December 22, 2017)

1 AREA   £199 (normal price £275)

2 AREAS  £299 (normal price £450)


Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 20:49

Teosyal® PureSense Redensity-II (AWARD WINNER OF THE BEST DERMAL FILLER – 2nd Anti-Aging & Beauty Trophy) is a major innovation in the treatment of under-eye circles with a subtle mix of non cross-linked and cross-linked hyaluronic acid. Its rheological profile is particularly adapted to the fragile and challenging under-eye circles area. In addition, its low hydroscopic behaviour and ideal viscoelasticity guarantee natural results and reduce the risk of swelling. It is the only injectable filler in the UK licensed for the treatment of the tear trough area. With TEOSYAL® PureSense Redensity [II], the promise of a safe, natural and long lasting correction for under-eye circles is fulfilled.

Take a look at some of the Before & After photos of Dr Massoudi's work, and book your free consultation

Tel: 02074311444


Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 08:59

Microcannulas are the future of fillers

Saturday 28th October 2017

Microcannulas are without a doubt the future of injectable fillers as the increased safety, patient comfort, and accuracy of using the microcannula technique for injectable fillers will soon make it the standard of care. Microcannula is advantageous over the traditional sharp hypodermic needle, as it offer flexibility and has a blunt head, which allows the filler to be injected or fanned into the desired areas with extreme precision. The traditional technique for injecting a filler involves making several injection points with a sharp needle. Having multiple injection sites is often what can lead to bruising, as you are potentially breaking blood vessels with each injection. With a microcannula, you need only one injection point per area, and the cannulas is then threaded under the skin. The microcannula is so thin, blunt head, and flexible that it can actually move blood vessels out of the way instead of puncturing them.

Dr Massoudi uses the microcannula for facial filler injections when appropriate, including nasolabial folds, cheeks, marionette lines, temple, forehead, tear trough, jaw lines, chin, nasal augmentation ("liquid rhinoplasty”), and lips. The result is very precise placement of the fillers, a dramatically reduced chance of bruising, and very minimal pain. Take a look at some of the Before & After photos of Dr Massoudi's work, and book your free consultation. Tel: 02074311444



Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 12:02

Smile Enhancement using 10 porcelain veneers carried out at BrightSmile Dental & Aesthetic Clinic. We offer 0% interest finance on treatments over £1000, please call us on 02074311444 for more information.

View our Before & After pictures of smile enhancements and other cosmetic and aesthetic treatments carried out at our Finchley Road Clinic, London NW3

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 19:18

Bruxism is the technical term for the habit of grinding and clenching your teeth. Most people will do this from time to time and it does not usually cause any harm. However if you grind your teeth on a regular basis, it can cause significant damage to your teeth and make any gum disease worse. In some cases it can also cause or aggravate headaches, or pain and discomfort in the jaw.

Bruxism is usually a subconscious behaviour performed whilst one is asleep and can cause facial pain and headaches. It is commonly caused by anxiety. Left untreated, it often gives rise to poor quality sleep and damaged teeth. Bruxism may lead to a variety of problems. Excessive grinding can damage teeth and dental fillings, often resulting in loose or broken teeth and crack-lines in teeth which results in further complications and possible tooth extraction. It can cause the outer enamel of the teeth to slowly wear away, leading to tooth sensitivity. It can cause jaw dysfunction, headaches (particularly morning headaches), and pain in the muscles of the face: bruxing causes the muscles to be overactive, giving rise to these symptoms. It can cause inflammation of the temporo-mandibular joint. Noisy tooth grinding may disturb your sleep - or your partner's!.

Do not hesitate to contact BrightSmile Clinic if you experience any of the signs of bruxism, consult your dentist who will carry out an examination of your mouth with special attention to your jaw and your bite.


Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 11:42