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Botulinum toxin, more commonly known as Botox, is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure designed to target fine lines and wrinkles. Administered via microneedles in a series of precise and measure doses, it works to temporarily relax facial muscles and in turn improve the signs of ageing.

One of the main reasons why Botox is a favourable treatment for our patients, is that it looks natural, there is no downtime with it, the effects will last between 3-4 months and we can adjust your treatment plan over time, accordingly.

Many of our patients will have Botox treatment in combination with dermal fillers. Facial fillers are volumisers that reintroduce structure and rejuvenation to the skin and facial features. For more information about dermal filler treatment with Botox, please ask upon consultation or call our in house team.

In regards to Botox, one of the main areas we treat is the forehead. This is regularly targeted along with the glabella and the crow’s feet around the eyes. The reason we recommend all three areas together is because these are often the main concerns of our patients, and by treating all three areas during the same session, we can provide a dramatic improvement to the skin.

Of course, you can also opt to have just a specific area treated to the forehead if it is a particular bugbear. Our aesthetic Nurse Practitioner Karen Bates will meet with you to discuss your concerns and what you would ideally like to achieve from treatment. She will then draw up a treatment plan suited to your individual needs and requirements, while recommending what she thinks will be the best way to get optimum results.

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Q & A about Botox Treatments

Frown lines - Winkles - Forehead Furrows - Crows Feet - Bunny Lines (Nose) - Excessive Sweating - Migraines

Botox works by weakening the muscles into which it is injected. As facial muscles contract, the loose skin above those muscles wrinkles. By weakening the muscles, the wrinkles are reduced

Botox is very safe when injected by experienced physicians. Although its active ingredient is a neurotoxin, the small amounts used in Botox injections make more serious side effects virtually non-existent. Some people can develop eyelid drooping that lasts up to three weeks. This usually is caused by Botox moving to unwanted areas, affecting the wrong muscles, and is often a result of the patient rubbing the injection sites..

No. Results will vary, but results typically last from four to six months. At that point, when wrinkles begin to reappear, another Botox session will be needed. Lines and wrinkles often appear less severe over time because the muscles are being trained to relax and stop contracting..