These fine lines appear around the eyes when you smile. Unfortunately, these lines can frame the eye, making you look older, and your eyes appear smaller. Having this area treated will help you feel more rested and brighter in the area. It won't change the way you smile or how your face looks when you smile - it will just clear the ageing lines that have appeared over time.
These horizontal lines appear on the upper forehead when you elevate your eyebrows. They can become deeper and more prominent in people who have a lot of expressions when talking or surprised. As the forehead is often the first area on the face we can see, these fine lines can be ageing and can also affect the way your makeup sits.
A very light treatment in this area can dramatically smooth out these lines without looking fake or affecting the level of your eyebrows
Frown lines are deep lines in-between your eyebrows often formed when concentrating or angry. If these are not treated, over time, a permanent line can appear called the '11's' lines.
By treating with an anti-wrinkle relaxant, as soon as the fine lines appear, you can prevent deep grooves from forming and becoming permanent.
Anti-wrinkle injections even twice yearly will dramatically decrease line formation and can clear fine lines permanently in this area.
The neck can give away your age. Muscles that pop out from the base of the neck to either side of your neck when you strain or talk are called the platysmal bands. They can be softened with treatment. When these tight stringy muscles are relaxed, it can give you a smoother, more youthful neck.
Botox is approved for the treatment of chronic migraine in adults. Chronic migraine is defined as having at least fifteen headache days a month, with at least eight of those featuring migraine symptoms.
Botox may reduce the frequency of migraine by blocking chemicals that carry pain signals from within your brain.
Botox is recommended for patients who have attempted at least 3 preventative migraine treatments with little or no effect.
The guidelines recommend Botox is given as a series of between 31 and 39 small injections. These are given under the skin or into the muscles in and around the head of the forehead, above the ears, and into the neck.
Injections are given every 12-14 weeks.
Sweating is a normal, healthy bodily function - but excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, can be a problem for some people.
If you've been dealing with hyperhidrosis for a while, you've probably tried over the counter antiperspirants, but found that these don't work.
Botox is a popular treatment for hyperhidrosis This uses a weakened version of botulinum toxin A, which is gently injected into the affected area (usually the underarms). The toxin will block the chemical that activates the sweat glands, enabling you to stay dry. You'll start to see results in around five days and the treatment is effective for up to six months.
Treating this large muscle on either side of the jaw can cause it to relax and is fantastic for patients suffering from jaw clenching (Bruxism).
Jaw clenching causes grinding damage on the teeth and a tight masseter muscle which creates tension headaches radiating from the neck up to the temple area.