Anyone who is concerned about the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and is looking for a non-surgical, minimally invasive option may be a good candidate for anti-wrinkle injections. However, it is important to discuss your medical history and any potential risks with our doctor before undergoing treatment.
Like any medical procedure, anti-wrinkle injections have some potential side effects. These can include redness, bruising, swelling at the injection site, and temporary drooping of the eyelids or eyebrows.
The results of anti-wrinkle injections typically last between three and six months, although this can vary depending on the individual.
There is typically little to no downtime associated with anti-wrinkle injections, and most patients are able to resume their normal activities immediately following the treatment.
Most patients experience only minimal discomfort during the treatment, which is often described as a slight pinch or sting.
The treatment typically takes between 10 and 15 minutes and involves a series of small, precise injections.
Anti-wrinkle injections can treat various areas, including forehead lines, frown lines, crow's feet, and other fine lines and wrinkles.