Wrinkle Correction is a non-surgical aesthetic treatment for the visible signs of ageing (i.e. facial lines and wrinkles), where Botulinum Toxin is used to treat the affected areas. Botulinum Toxin is a pure protein formed by Clostridium Botulinum Bacterium, and when injected, it prevents the release of Acetylcholine, which is responsible for transferring electrical impulses that cause muscular contractions.
Hyperactivity of the facial expression muscles often results in the development of deep frown lines, forehead lines and/or crow’s feet. Injecting into the affected area temporarily paralyses the underlying muscles responsible for wrinkling, giving the face a more relaxed and pleasant appearance. The wrinkles become smoother or disappear altogether.
The initial effects of treatment become visible within 48 to 72 hours. The maximum effect is reached in approximately 3 weeks. Your facial expression will become more relaxed but by no means mask-like. The overall result is very natural. The effect of treatment generally lasts for 3 to 4 months. Re-treatment is then required.Back to Facial Aesthetics
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