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Muscle Relaxant Injections

Muscle Relaxant Injections for lines and wrinkles

Muscle relaxant injections such as Botulinum Toxin are used cosmetically to remove frown lines and wrinkles in the forehead, nose and eyebrow, and to improve the crows feet area around the eyes. It’s essential that anyone undergoing these treatments ensures that the practitioner is both licensed and medically qualified to ensure that there are no after effects. For example around the glabellar lines (nose/eyebrow frown lines), some of the muscles are just 1mm wide and often overlap. In order for this treatment to be effective it is essential to inject exactly the right area at the right depth – this requires detailed medical skill and an in-depth knowledge of human anatomy.

Muscle relaxants are administered using a tiny needle with an injection of toxin. The toxin helps to soften the action of several muscles in the face, thereby reducing signs of lines and wrinkles. For deeper lines, temporary dermal fillers should be used. There may be some tenderness at the injection sites after the procedure but this will quickly settle.

Muscle relaxant injections can also be used to treat Hyperhydrosis (excess sweating).

There are a variety of muscle relaxants used by practitioners in the UK. The most common are known as Vistabel and Botox (Botulinum Toxin). The preferred muscle relaxant used by Dr Piper is Botox (Botulinum Toxin).

All treatments are carried out by Dr Piper, who is a Member of the Association of Cosmetic Doctors and has been a GP for over 28 years. All patients receive an initial consultation to both assess suitability for treatment and to discuss the appropriate treatment, the procedure and realistic results.

For a consultation with Dr Piper please phone 0116 2700373 or contact us by email and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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