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Anti-Wrinkle Injections

Anti-Wrinkle Injections In Melbourne

Anti-wrinkle Injections are the most common non-surgical procedure in the world, helping to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and rejuvenate the face

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• Temporary bruising: Mild bruising at the injection site is a common side effect and usually resolves within a few days.

• Temporary swelling: Some people may experience temporary swelling or redness around the injection site.

• Headache: Occasionally, individuals may experience a mild headache after the injections, which typically subsides within a few hours.

• Allergic reactions: Although rare, some people may have an allergic reaction to the injections. Signs of an allergic reaction include itching, hives, or difficulty breathing. Seek immediate medical attention if you experience these symptoms.

• Drooping eyelids or eyebrows: In rare cases, the toxin can migrate and cause temporary drooping of the eyelids or eyebrows. This effect typically resolves within a few weeks.

Immediate effects: You may start noticing some improvement in the treated area within a few days, with optimal results appearing after about two weeks.

 Limiting activities: For the first 24 hours after the procedure, it's advisable to avoid vigorous exercise, alcohol consumption, or any activities that may cause excessive sweating.

Avoid touching or rubbing: It's essential to avoid touching or rubbing the treated area for the first few days to prevent the toxin from spreading to unintended muscles.

Follow-up appointments: Your healthcare provider may schedule a follow-up appointment to assess the results and make necessary adjustments.

uration of effects: The effects of anti-wrinkle injections typically last between three to four months. You may need to repeat the treatment periodically to maintain the desired results.

Fine lines & Wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles are caused by the repetitive movement and contraction of our facial muscles. Initially, wrinkles are dynamic: they appear on the presence of muscle contraction and disappear when the muscle relaxes. These contractions enhance the way we express emotions on our face. Over time, these wrinkles become static, which means that they become present even without muscle movement or facial expression. Although fine lines and wrinkles are a natural part of the ageing process, they are not limited to older age. Habitual facial expressions, lifestyle risk factors and sun exposure are some of the reasons why these lines can also develop in younger adults.

How do Anti-Wrinkle Injections work?

Micro-doses of botulinum toxin type A are injected directly into the muscle. The substance act by blocking certain impulses (neurotransmitter) that causes the muscle to contract. Once these specific impulses are temporarily blocked, the muscle will relax and the skin will appear smoother. This effect lasts about 3-6 months and repeat doses are recommended once the toxin wears off.

What to expect

The injections are administered intramuscularly using a very fine and small needle. Pain is minimal and you may only feel like a little pinch or sting at the time of injection, This can be minimised with the use of ice packs. At the site of injection you may see tiny bumps that look like a mosquito bite this is normal and will subside quickly after the procedure is completed.

Why we trust it

Our anti-wrinkle injections are remarkably safe and are widely used across the globe. The substance used for our anti-ageing injections is called botulinum toxin type A and was approved by the The Therapeutic Goods Administration ( Australian drug regulatory agency) for medical use in 1999. In 2002, the injections were approved for cosmetic use. For your safety, it is fundamental that you receive these injections from a qualified and trained health care professional in a sterile and well-equipped medical facility.

What can you treat with Anti-Wrinkle Injections?

Crow’s Feet
Frown Lines/ Wrinkles

Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)
Gummy smile
umpling/ Apple Chin

Nose area (bunny lines)
Forehead lines
Teeth clenching (bruxism)
Eyebrow lift

Anti-Wrinkle Injection FAQ

When will i see results?

Generally anti-wrinkle injections take 2-5 days to begin working, and up to 2 weeks to reach maximum effectiveness.

How long do Anti-Wrinkle Injections last?

The effect is temporary, and it varies from person to person. We cannot control the duration of treatment as this depends on the neurotoxin effect on the body rather than the injector.

In general, for most people it lasts roughly 3-6 months, being that the average for re-treatment is normally around the 4 months mark. Regular treatments are recommended to maintain the desired results and provide better long term and preventive results.

What are the side effects of Anti-Wrinkle Injections?

Generally, there is no down time after anti-wrinkle injections, however there may be a small amount of bleeding, bruising or redness at the injection site. Residual bruising may occur and take several days to subside this can be covered with makeup.

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