What Conditions Can Botox® Treat?
As we age, it’s common to see winkles appear. Wrinkled brows – also known as frown lines – are often most noticeable due to the fact that they are so close to the eyes.
Crow’s feet or ‘laughter lines’ are the wrinkles that appear at the outer side of your eyes. You may have them just when you smile, or you may have them even when your face is resting. We can help.
Frowning – whether down to mood or from trying to avoid the sun’s glare – can produce frown lines between your eyebrows. Some people have one, some have two – and they can often be fairly deep-set.
A bobbly chin can be caused by an overactive mentalis muscle and the result is a chin that looks dimpled and ‘bobbly’. Botox® can help calm your mentalis muscle so that your chin appearance relaxes and smoothes out too.
Necklace lines are wrinkles on your neck that occur when skin loses its strength and elasticity. They’re part of the natural ageing process, but you could be speeding their appearance up if you spend a lot of time looking down – at your phone for instance. Sun damage and smoking can also be contributing factors to necklace lines.
Weak masseter muscles
By using Botox® in the masseter muscles, we can help create a more streamlined look to your jawline. This can help reduce the appearance of ‘jowls’.