BOTOX and dermal fillers have been all the rage over the last decade, and their popularity doesn’t appear to be slowing anytime soon. They are likely to continue ranking among the top elective procedures thanks to advancements in the injection application, duration of the results, and safety. Young and old invest in BOTOX and fillers thanks to 6 injectable trends to turn back the clock on wrinkles and fine lines.
Bell Dental Blog
March 20, 2022
March 10, 2022
BOTOX isn’t just for celebrities and the elite. It is one of the top elective procedures among people from all walks of life. Young and old are turning to the injectable treatment to reverse the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. However, BOTOX is FDA-approved for many medical and therapeutic purposes. Here are 5 uses for BOTOX that are changing lives.
February 28, 2022
Have you begun to notice fine lines around your eyes, even when your face is relaxed? Do you have deep wrinkles along your forehead from years of making facial expressions? Do you want to smooth out your smile lines for a more youthful look? Then you may be wondering, “At what age should I start BOTOX®?” Keep reading for the answer!(more…)
December 15, 2021
After two years, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to interfere with our day-to-day lives. Mask mandates are still in effect, vaccinations are required by certain employers, and schools are beginning to shut down. Despite the stress these past few years have brought, countless people have decided to make the most of it and use the pandemic to work on themselves. Since the start of the pandemic, there has been a spike in BOTOX injections and other plastic surgery-related treatments. Why has that happened? Read on to find out!(more…)
October 7, 2021
BOTOX. Even if you’ve never gotten the injections yourself, chances are you know someone who’s received this treatment. In recent years, microdosing BOTOX injections have become increasingly popular in hot spots like New York and Los Angeles. If you’re interested in enhancing your appearance, you may be wondering what’s so hot about this new trend. Luckily, we’re here to answer your questions and more – just keep reading!(more…)
August 19, 2021
Over the years, there have been several innovations in dentistry to repair damaged teeth; however, dental crowns are still the most common restorative procedure. The custom-made caps can restore the health, function, and integrity of a tooth. While they have over a 93% success rate, metal crowns are often a source of embarrassment for many people because they can stick out like a sore thumb. Thankfully, you have another option. Modern crowns are made of all-ceramic material to look like a real tooth. Even if your restoration isn’t failing, here are 4 reasons to consider replacing a metal crown.
June 21, 2021
Summer is here, which means it’s time to book your dream vacation. As you plan for your trip, the last thing you’re thinking about is your dental health; however, it’s best to keep your smile a priority even while you’re away from home. You don’t want simple mistakes to leave a lasting mark on your teeth and gums. Here are 5 summer oral health tips to follow to keep your smile healthy.
April 23, 2021
If you’re an athlete, you already understand the importance of protecting your smile from injury during games and practices. However, you may be tempted to save money by purchasing a cheap mouthguard from the sporting goods store. While these oral appliances have a lower price tag than professional mouthguards from a dentist, investing in a higher quality solution is worth the extra cost. Here are five reasons why it’s worth it to invest in a custom mouthguard.(more…)
March 13, 2021
Whether you’re looking for a way to lose weight or cleanse your body, there are many fad diets that claim to provide the results you want. Although you might shed a few pounds, there are certain diet trends that can harm your smile. Don’t let your desire to live a healthier lifestyle leave a lasting mark on your oral health. Here are 3 fad diets you should avoid to keep your teeth and gums healthy.
February 12, 2021
If you have an infected tooth, your dentist will likely recommend a root canal. Although you know it can repair your tooth, you might be concerned about the cost. To save money, you may even be willing to have your problematic tooth extracted. While this might seem cost-effective, removing a tooth will increase your dental expenses. Instead, it’s better to treat it using the endodontic procedure. Don’t worry, the root canal cost is more affordable than you might have heard. Here’s what you can expect to pay for your treatment.