Brookline Patients Can Enjoy a Revitalized Appearance at Last with the Help of Botox and Dermal Fillers

October 18, 2013

Copy of woman32cA beautiful smile is a wonderful attribute on its own, but for many patients, sagging skin, wrinkles, and other facial flaws can tend to hinder its effect. While this may seem like a cosmetic problem that you need to take to someone other than a dentist, our team here at Boston Smile Center is happy to inform you that that’s not the case! Dr. Alan Sasson has been clinically trained and certified by the American Academy of Facial Esthetics, which allows him to offer the rejuvenating effects of Botox and dermal fillers to his patients. Don’t let the look of your face keep you from experiencing life to the fullest – instead, treat both your teeth and your lines at our Brookline office.


For patients who’ve experienced wrinkles across their forehead or around their eyes, these are commonly referred to as ‘frown lines,’ and Botox is a great solution if you’re looking to get rid of them! Once you’ve received the treatment, muscle activity in the specific areas you’d like affected will cease, resulting in a much more youthful appearance. Better yet, the procedure only takes a few minutes and required no anesthesia! You’re free to enjoy the effects for at least half a year, at which point you’ll need to return to our office for a follow-up appointment.

Dermal Fillers

On the other hand, ‘laugh lines’ can sometimes occur in the form of folds and sagging around the mouth. Dental fillers tend to treat these areas effectively! Your lines will be filled with a special gel by Dr. Sasson, adding volume to your skin and plumping out any unpleasant areas. These results can last up to a year and only take a couple of minutes to receive. What could be simpler?

Contact our Brookline office today to schedule a FREE consultation! Dr. Sasson can’t wait to give you a reason to smile with his transformative treatments and comfortable dental care.

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