Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

"Injections relax the muscles in your face to smooth out lines and wrinkles, such as crow's feet and frown lines"

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Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

 

Typically, the three main treatment areas; the Glabella, the forehead and Crow’s feet and they all have their own specific injection patterns.

The Glabella (more commonly known as the frown line) contains a group of muscles which contract when a person furrows their brow. This contraction, over time, causes the vertical lines which we refer to as frown lines.

Another area that is commonly injected is around the eyes. This targets the lines that are referred to as crow’s feet (some people might call them smile lines). The muscle around the eye that contracts when you smile and this large muscle is responsible for the fine lines around the eye area that appear with age.

There are injection points laterally around the edge of the eye that help the muscle relax and soften any lines.

The final area that is commonly treated is the forehead for the softening of horizontal wrinkles. This is the broad muscle that lifts the eyebrows when it contracts and causes the fine lines across a person’s forehead. Injection points across the forehead can be manipulated based on the desired outcome for instance, sometimes you may want to create a brow lift. We can achieve this by altering your injection pattern slightly.

Results can last up to 3-4 months

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