Experience dramatic results with anti-wrinkle injections, whose treatments are non-invasive and most often used to smooth away forehead wrinkles, crow’s feet and laughter lines.
They are a quick fix for wrinkle treatment providing a natural remedy to look younger and fresher without going under the knife for a face-lift!
Look smoother and relaxed.
ANTI-WRINKLE TREATMENT –
At our centre anti-wrinkle injections treatment perform by our expert doctors.
We use BOTOX®, a purified protein, is widely used in aesthetic medicine to treat lines and wrinkles. approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration of USA).
There are 7 types of BT produced by different strains of Clostridium Botulinum. Each type has different properties and perform various actions.
Facial ageing results in changes to skin texture, the appearance of dynamic and/or static lines and wrinkles, loss of volume, and skeletal remodelling (bone ageing).
BOTOX® is fast, simple, and minimally invasive with no downtime or recovery.
is used to treat the following conditions:
- Facial dynamic lines/wrinkles
- Wrinkles between the eyebrows (frown lines)
- Wrinkles around the eyes (crow’s feet)
- Horizontal lines on the forehead
- Wrinkles on the jaw line and lips (peri–oral wrinkles)
- Wrinkles and lines on the nose (bunny lines).
- Horizontal lines on the neck (platisma band) – “the Nefertiti neck treatment’
- Hyperhidrosis – Excessive sweating.
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
BT blocks the action of the acetylcholine neurotransmitter. Acetylcholine stimulates skeletal as well as smooth muscles.
After the injection, it diffuses into the muscle and blocks the action of acetylcholine and relax the muscles.
BT has a cosmetic effect only if injected into particular muscles. Expression lines (e.g. frown lines) may give one tired, cross and/or unhappy look.
BT a treatment relaxes muscles and thus takes away an undesirable facial expression. The appearance of lines and wrinkles is smoother and overall the face looks more rejuvenated. The degree of improvement depends mostly on the initial depth/severity of the lines/wrinkles.
ABOUT THE TREATMENT
A typical anti-wrinkle treatment visit usually takes 30 minutes. Initially, the treatment areas are discussed with the doctor, after-which a detailed medical history is taken and an informed consent form is signed.
The client is asked to pull certain facial expressions in order to assess activity and the strength of the muscle. Based on that, the doctor will calculate the individual dose of Botulinum toxin A.
Small amounts of BT are injected in the localised muscles at several sites using fine sterile needles. The procedure is well tolerated by most patients, however; in order to make it more comfortable a topical anaesthetic cream may be used. The injectable minute amounts of BT are non-toxic to the body as a whole and have an effect only on the muscles that were treated. BT injections result in the relaxation of the over-active muscles.
In order to reduce the possible risk of bruising and bleeding, it is advisable to avoid the consumption of alcohol, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and aspirin for 2 to 3 days prior to a treatment.
On you first visit you will need to provide your doctor with a full medical history.
During the first 4 hours after treatment, the patients must not lie down or perform strenuous exercises. The consumption of alcohol and application of make-up must be avoided for the next 12 hours.
It is important not to rub or massage the treated areas for the first 24 hours after injections and to avoid direct exposure to the sun, UV light, freezing temperatures and saunas for the next 2 weeks.
Anti-wrinkle treatment is recommended to both male and female clients. There are no restrictions based on the colour of the skin. As a prevention strategy to forming dynamic wrinkles, the use of BT may be appropriate in younger individuals (from the early twenties).
BT is contraindicated in the following conditions:
• Pregnancy and breast feeding
• Known allergy
• Current infection at the sites of injection
• Some medical conditions, such as Myasthenia Gravis or Eaton Lambert syndrome.