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Anti-wrinkle injections help to relax certain wrinkle-causing muscles in the face to soften fine lines and produce a younger and more refreshed appearance.
Injectables are relatively painless when performed using special techniques including ice, vibration and the injecting gun.
Using tools and injecting guns, bruising and discomfort can be reduced.
The injectables can be used to treat a variety of non-surgical procedures, including teeth grinding and excessive sweating.
The treatment has a proven safety record for over 25 years.
Anti-wrinkle injections are most commonly used for the treatment of frown lines, forehead lines, and crows feet or smile lines.
However, they can also be used to;
alter brow height and shape
Certain muscles around the eyes are relaxed to help create an overall lift in the eyebrows.
stop the mouth corners from pulling down
Helps reduce the pull of muscles on the mouth and lower face.
reduce gummy smiles
The injections are used to lower the upper lip. Dermal filler can then be used to thicken the upper lip.
evert the upper lip (also known as the lip flip)
Relaxes the muscles to reduce the amount of pursing that causes wrinkling on the upper lip.
reduce vertical neck bands
Minimises the drag of the muscle on the face, improves the jawline, and reduces the prominence of neck bands.
reduce bunny lines on the nose
Lessens the appearance of bunny lines on the nose by relaxing the muscles.
reduce dimpling of the chin
Anti-wrinkle injections can be injected to help relax the chin to prevent the appearance of orange peel like dimpling.
reduce the bulk of the masseter (chewing) muscles
Injections are used in the main muscle that causes the bulk, and reduces bruxism and squareness of the jaw. This can help slim the jawline and relieve associated headaches or pain.
In addition to this, anti-wrinkle injections can also be used to treat armpit, hand, feet and facial sweating.