New facial aesthetics clinic opens at dental hospital

Dr Martin MacEachen with Dr Andrew Culbard at Oban Dental Clinic at the launch of the new facial aesthetics service

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Scottish Dental Care Group has plenty to smile about in Oban.

The group, which already runs a dental clinic at the town’s Lorn & Isles Hospital, has just launched a new facial aesthetics service.

Last week facial aesthetics practitioner and award-winning cosmetic dentist Dr Andrew Culbard, who is also Scottish Dental Care Group’s clinical director, visited the unit to celebrate the first of the clinics offering people the latest solutions for lines and wrinkles, including dermal fillers to increase lip volume and facial fillers for deeper lines, such as those round the mouth.

The Oban facial aesthetics clinics will be run by experienced dental specialist Dr Martin MacEachen.

Dr MacEachen, senior dentist at the clinic, said: ‘I am excited to be offering this service to patients in Oban, the launch went fantastically well. We intend to run a regular clinic from now on.’

Dentists are highly knowledgeable when it comes to the anatomy of the face and understand how to treat it safely. They also have the skills and experience of administering injections in difficult and restrictive areas and are able to deal with any emergency situations that could occur when carrying out these treatments.

To find out more about treatments and procedures carried out in a clinical and safe-assured environment, email or call 01631 571125.