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Anti-Wrinkle Injections

As we age, overactive muscle movement gradually wears away the healthy cells that keep the skin plump, causing it to crease and wrinkles to appear. Sun exposure, smoking and the breakdown of supporting structures (such as elastin fibres) also contribute to wrinkles.

Anti-wrinkle injections can combat both fine lines and also deep wrinkles, fixing:
    •    Frown lines between the eyes

    •    Forehead lines

    •    Crow’s feet

An improvement can be seen within days and may last up to 6 months, although results may vary. Anti-wrinkle injections have been used as cosmetic treatments since the late 1980s, revolutionising the cosmetic industry due to its remarkable results combined with very few risks and no recovery time. Anti-wrinkle injections have been used to treat millions of patients worldwide.

The Procedure

This treatment has been clinically proven to be safe, quick and virtually pain-free. Patients are able to carry on with normal day-to-day life after the treatment and there is minimum down time.

The Risks

Early sequelae of antiwrinkle injections include uneven results, swelling, discomfort and the toxin inadvertently spreading. Later sequelae include mild asymmetry.


The Recovery

Recovery will take about 2 weeks and need to avoid rubbing the area injected.

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