MEDICAL AESTHETIC TREATMENTS
Wrinkle Relaxing Injections (Botox)
One of the most popular cosmetic procedures is the use of Botulinum Toxin Type A (“Botox”) to hide wrinkles on the face. It works by impeding the messages sent from nerves to muscles. Administered correctly by a trained medical professional it can give a noticeable temporary improvement of moderate to severe frown lines and crow's feet, creating a fresh, more relaxed look.
The effect is completely reversible and generally lasts for three to six months in most cases.To optimise your facial rejuvenation treatment it can be combined with dermal fillers.Wrinkle-relaxing treatments may be used on forehead wrinkles and crow's feet, while dermal filler may be better used to treat lines at the mouth area.
Dermal fillers are a gel like substance injected into your skin to smooth lines, enhancing your facial contours and lips for natural-looking results.
Fillers are a form of rejuvenating the skin for a more healthy plush vibrant and youthful look.
With advancing age, skin becomes less elastic and sun damage contributes to the loss of lip edge definition and wrinkles.
We can use fillers for volume loss, smoothing lines and wrinkles, firming skin, lip definition and contouring.
"Brotox" (For men)
SOFTEN YOUR LINES NOT YOUR EDGE!
Wrinkle relaxing injections have become more and more popular amongst men.
If you are looking to smooth the lines on the forehead, around your eyes or reduce your frown consider coming to discuss your treatment options with Dr. Lisa
COST AND EFFECT
Unfortunately men have stronger muscles around the face so may need a little bit extra to soften the lines.
One treatment (2 vials) involves injection around the eyes (crow's feet), across the forehead and between the eyebrows. This is recommended for optimal results to avoid hooded eyes and give some lift without sagging.
Come for a free consultation to discuss any concerns you have and ask Dr. Lisa questions.
She will do a facial analysis to figure out the best treatment plan for you.
Treatment cost: £350 (2 vials -recommended)
£250 (1 vial)