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Botox / Anti Wrinkle Injections

Injectables | Gold Angels | London

Botox or Anti-Wrinkle Injections are our most common treatment for reducing the appearance of wrinkles on your face. Wrinkles are unfortunately the most common sign of ageing and skin exposure to the sun.

Movement on our face from laughing to frowning will cause our muscles to contract and create wrinkles which together with the environmental impacts such sun exposure and pollution can cause lines and wrinkles to form in a more permanent way.

Anti-Wrinkle Injections are our most common treatment for reducing the appearance of wrinkles and the most common treatment areas are forehead lines, lines between eyes/glabella, crow’s feet/lines around your eyes and neck lines

Botox & Frequently Asked Questions

When will I see results?

Rarely does one encounter a treatment that in such a short time, the toxin begins to act within 3-5 days and completes its action and effect in 15 days, brings about such impressive improvement in every person applied. The final image after botox is of a relaxed, wrinkle-free face, but at the same time it has
not been “altered” in its characteristics.

The reaction of the surroundings is the recognition of the improvement but the inability to determine what exactly happened. And just like that, the feeling of “let them wonder” is what characterizes any successful treatment when the goal is not the blatant impression but the harmony and the real beauty.

What does botox involve?

Botulinic toxin, known by the trade name Botox, is a very popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment aimed at the transient weakening of specific muscles of the face, which are responsible for creating the “dynamic” wrinkles or wrinkles of expression. The mechanism of action of botulinum toxin is the blocking
of the conduction of nerve impulses in the muscles into which the injection is made.

Common areas of Botox

Botox treatment is used to treat wrinkles and folds in the facial area, such as wrinkles between the eyebrows, crow’s feet or wrinkles around the eyes, wrinkles on the forehead, vertical wrinkles in the mouth and smoker’s wrinkles.
Botulinum toxin is also used in hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) conditions of the underarms (axilla) or palms.

Are there any other conditions can be treated with botox?

Hyperhidrosis, spasm of the masseter muscle (bruxism) , migraine treatment, urinary incontinence.

Botox For Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is a condition in which the body produces large amounts of sweat and this results in leaving those areas with moisture resulting in problems in the daily occupations of man. The most common areas that are treated are the armpits and legs.

For masseter hypertrophy and Bruxism

Many people, especially men are suffering from the so-called hypertrophy of the masseter. Bruxism is a condition in which people grind, gnash or clench their teeth unconsciously when they are awake (awake bruxism) during sleep (sleep bruxism). Botox significantly relaxes the muscle and reduces the grinding.

For migraine

Patients suffering from strong headaches and migraines, can be helped by Botox injected into specific muscles on the head (occipital, temporal) and neck. Botox aims to reduce by 50% how often someone has migraine attacks and how severe they are

Botulinum Toxin – Characteristics

Procedure Time: 15-20 Minutes
Anesthesia: No anesthesia required
Back to Work: Immediately

Recovery Time: Slight redness at the injection sites
Duration of results: Beginning of results after 4-5 days. 4-6 months
No. of Treatments: Repeat session every 4-6 months

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