Faces and Smiles Dental


Ladies Day at Gt Yarmouth Races

18th August 2013

It was a spectacular Ladies’ Day at Great Yarmouth Racecourse, with everyone dressed to impress in their beautiful dresses, high heels and fabulous fascinators – and Faces and Smiles representatives on hand to advise race-goers on the wide array of cosmetic facial treatments available at our cosmetic clinics.


Accompanied by Victoria and Hollie, Mr Plummer attended the event to help spread the word that renewed confidence could be just around the corner – without the need for surgery! It is now possible for most people to enhance their facial appearance with the aid of non-surgical treatments – such as facial rejuvenation with injectables or dermal fillers, or by brightening your smile with tooth whitening treatments.

Typical signs of facial skin ageing include lines around mouth, crows’ feet and brow and forehead lines – all of which could be improved with a facial rejuvenation treatment. Dermal fillers may also be used to add volume and shape to your lips, and can even be effective in improving the appearance of potentially confidence-damaging acne scars.

Not only can treatments improve the appearance of wrinkles, but it has also been found that some headache sufferers who undergo this cosmetic treatment find it also relieves their headache symptoms. Additionally, injectable treatments can also be used to correct Blepharoplasm (involuntary closure of the eyelid) and used to treat excessive perspiration from the face, hands or underarms.

The dazzling smile you have always dreamed of is within reach – and could take as little as 2 hours to achieve! Faces and Smiles are proud to offer in-chair whitening, which could enhance your smile and lighten your teeth.

Our team at Faces and Smiles have many years’ experience in facial rejuvenation and tooth whitening, and could hold the key to your renewed confidence.

Book a consultation today for a tailored treatment plan and discover a whole new you. 

Author: Katie Millings RDN -

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