Facial Aesthetics

Botox®

A treatment used to soften facial lines and smooth out creases. Natural looking results can be achieved to reduce the signs of ageing in a subtle way. Botox® can also be used to relieve pain from clenching and grinding teeth, tension headaches, excessive sweating, and sagging jawlines. This treatment is preventative; the earlier it is used, the fewer wrinkles that form later in life. Botox® is suitable for men and women. Botox® is an anti-wrinkle treatment, it is not the only treatment available and may not be suitable for all.   Please click here to book your bespoke consultation today.

Dermal Fillers

A way of enhancing facial features such as cheekbones and jawlines. They are also used to add volume and hydration to lips, and areas of the face that have lost volume. High quality products are placed under the skin to fill in grooves and enhance the natural anatomy. Dermal Fillers can help to contour and soften the skin, and are appropriate for many areas on the face and hands. Please click here to book your bespoke consultation today.

Meet Dr Ciara Deehan Jackson

Exeter Dental Practice

Ciara qualified from The University of Bristol in 2017, and has spent her time since working in general practices in Devon and Bristol.

Ciara’s particular interests are working with anxious patients to ensure a comfortable experience as well as aesthetic restorative dentistry such as composite build up cases.

Her additional interests are facial aesthetics, treatment of hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating), and she is trained in the use of Botulinum Toxin (Botox) and Dermal Fillers at an advanced level.

A combine knowledge and love for ‘smile design’ and facial aesthetics for rejuvenation, ensures that patients receive the full-package when it comes to their treatment.

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Coronavirus/COVID-19

We are now open again

We are very pleased to announce that Exeter Advanced Dentistry has now reopened.
We have released our new practice protocols, that are accessible through the link below and we ask you to please review these before attending your appointment.
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