Over the last decade, Anti-Wrinkle Injections and Dermal Fillers have made an extensive impact in the aesthetic industry. So many will raise the question, ‘Should Anti-Wrinkle Injections procedures only be performed by plastic surgeons or dermatologists?’ The simple answer is No. In today’s world, any healthcare or medical practitioner can integrate Anti-Wrinkle Injections treatments into their work as part of a ‘speciality’ service.
What Is Anti-Wrinkle Injections?
Anti-Wrinkle Injections is commonly used to reduce facial wrinkles and fine lines.
How Do Anti-Wrinkle Injections Work?
A vial of Anti-Wrinkle Injections has three primary ingredients:
- Botulinum toxin type A
- Human albumin
- Sodium chloride
The vial is injected into the muscles, which blocks certain nerves. It stops the muscle from contracting, and eventually reduces the appearance of wrinkles.
Anti-Wrinkle Injections is not a permanent solution and has a temporary effect. Therefore injections need to be administered after a certain period of time to maintain the result.
How Is Anti-Wrinkle Injections Beneficial?
Anti-Wrinkle Injections not only reduces the appearance of wrinkles, but there are other benefits and is frequently used to treat health conditions:
- Helps heal symptoms of Bruxism and TMJ
- Correct high lip line (gummy smile) cases
- Relief of Chronic Migraines
Anti-Wrinkle Injections are an expert procedure and should only be administered by a qualified and expertly trained practitioner. Dr Kanowitz is highly trained in this area and has undertaken extensive training through various organisations.
For more information about Anti-Wrinkle Injections and anti-wrinkle treatments, contact us to book a consultation appointment. A treatment plan will be determined and it is a great opportunity to ask the doctor any questions or concerns about the procedure.
“There is always a risk for any surgical or invasive procedure. Hence, before proceeding, we recommend you to seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.”