Try as we might, we’re yet to find a way of preventing the passage of time. We have, however, found ways to stop the effects of time showing on your face. If you’re not in love with the idea of wearing a lifetime of experience on your facial features, anti-wrinkle injections are for you.
A non-surgical solution to the problem of ageing, anti-wrinkle injections are simple and effective, making you look and feel rejuvenated in no time. But how do they work and what can you expect from the treatment?
Here’s everything you need to know about getting anti-wrinkle injections in Buckinghamshire.
Anti-Wrinkle Injections Are a Non-Surgical Way of Addressing the Signs of Ageing
If the dilemma you have when you look in the mirror is whether to get used to your wrinkles or to go under the knife; there’s a third option. Anti-wrinkle injections are completely a non-surgical treatment option and the recovery time is very minimal.
The treatment can be used to address wrinkles and lines all over the face including:
- Crows’ feet around the eyes
- Frown lines on the forehead
- Creases around the mouth
- Lines on the jaw and neck
We use very fine needles to inject the areas being treated, so you’ll barely feel anything.
Once you’ve had the treatment, there’s not much downtime.
We’d suggest avoiding playing sports, taking painkillers, and lying down for a few hours after your injections. Aside from this, you should be able to go about your day without too much of an issue.
The Treatment Is Brief
Depending on how many areas of your face we’re treating, you can expect your appointment with us to be relatively short. Each area takes roughly 15 minutes to treat.
You may not start to see the difference the treatment makes until after a couple of days, however, within two weeks – everyone will notice your new youthful appearance.
How Do Anti-Wrinkle Injections Work?
Your treatment plan will be completely bespoke and designed to treat the areas of your face that you particularly want to address. We’ll work with you to identify these areas and discuss the results we can achieve.
Anti-wrinkle injections work to block nerve signals and prevent muscle contractions in the treatment area. By doing this, wrinkles will soften or completely disappear. To achieve the desired results, we’ll inject the required amount of botulinum toxin into the area.
The treatment we deliver is designed to ensure you still have natural movement in your facial muscles.
How Do Anti-Wrinkle Injections Differ From Dermal Fillers?
Another popular treatment for improving the appearance of your facial features is dermal fillers. These are designed to lift, rejuvenate, and refresh areas of your skin.
The main difference between these two procedures is that anti-wrinkle injections reduce and smooth out wrinkles while dermal fillers add and make skin plumper. Dermal fillers are popular for reversing the effects of skin that has thinned.
We Can Provide Top-Up Injections
As a non-surgical treatment, the effects of an anti-wrinkle will wear off after time. We recommend coming back to see us every few months for a top-up if you want to maintain your new look.
Of course, if you just want your injections to be a one-off for a special occasion, your face will gradually return to its pre-injection appearance after a few months.
Why Get Anti-Wrinkle Injections at Define Clinic?
Dr Benji Dhillon has extensive experience in facial aesthetics. Since serving as Medical Director for Allergan, the company that developed Botox, he’s worked hard to handpick and train a team at Define that delivers facial aesthetics with ethics.
Before any treatment is delivered, we’ll work with you to create a unique and trusting bond so you know you’re in excellent hands.
Smooth Away the Years
Anti-wrinkle injections can give you a confidence boost and allow you to feel good about the way you look. They’re straightforward and achieve amazing results. You’ll love the new you.
If you’re ready to iron out your wrinkles, we’re here to help. Get in touch to arrange a consultation with Dr Benji Dhillon and his trusted team at Define Clinic today.