Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What Exactly Does Anti Wrinkle Treatment Do?
Anti Wrinkle Treatment has been used in medicine for decades. It works by relaxing muscles in the face. This helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles. It is especially effective for reducing crow's feet around the eyes and frown lines between the eyebrows.
Does Anti Wrinkle Treatment Get Rid of Wrinkles?
They can reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Some wrinkles are only there when you smile or frown. However, with time they can become permanent so you can see them even when your face is relxaed. If your wrinkes are permanent it may not completely get rid of them. Over time, with regular treatments, your lines and wrinkles may continue to improve so you need treatments less often.
What are The Dangers of Anti Wrinkle Treatment?
The treatment is safe when carried out by our highly trained doctors. However, there are potential risks with any medical procedure including bruising, swelling, redness or irritation at the injection site, headache or nausea. Droopy eyelids or brows are also a potentia risk (in rare cases), and allergic reactions such as hives or difficulty breathing (also rare). It’s important to discuss any concerns with your doctor before undergoing treatment.
What Are The 3 Common Side Effects Of Anti Wrinkle Treatment?
The three most common side effects are bruising at the injection site; swelling or redness; and temporary weakness in nearby muscles. These side effects usually go away within a few days. If they persist or worsen it’s important to contact your doctor immediately.
Can Anti Wrinkle Treatment Stop Wrinkles Forever?
No, unfortunately not. Though regular treatments can help temporarily reduce their appearance over time. The results will last up to three months so regular maintenance treatments are recommended if you want to maintain your desired look for longer periods of time.
How Long Does Anti Wrinkle Treatment Last For Wrinkles?
Generally speaking, results from anti wrinkle treatment typically last three months. This varies depending on how quickly your body breaks down the protein as well as other factors such as age and lifestyle habits (like smoking). Additionally, individual results may vary depending on how much botulinum toxin was injected into each area being treated.