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Neuromodulators such as Botox, Nuceiva and Dysport are among the most popular treatments offered at aesthetic medicine clinics around the world. These injectable nerve agents can reduce wrinkles, treat excessive sweating and improve facial symmetry by relaxing targeted muscles in the face, neck and hands.

For those looking to achieve a smooth complexion with minimal effort or one-time investment of time and money, neuromodulators such as these offer an attractive solution.

Botox is perhaps the best known brand of neuromodulator available today; it works by blocking messages from nerves that stimulate muscle activity beneath skin tissues. When injected into specific areas on your face or neck where wrinkles have formed due to normal aging—or even repeated expressions like frowning or squinting—the result is smoother lines and diminished wrinkles for up to three months per injection session. In addition to treating existing signs of age-related wrinkling, Botox may also provide preventative maintenance against future development when administered regularly over time – dependent upon individual metabolism levels as well as lifestyle choices like smoking habits/sebum production.

At our clinic we offer the big four: Botox, Nuceiva, Dysport and Xeomin. All neuromodulators, all temporarily relaxing muscles to smooth out wrinkles.
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How do neuromodulators work?

These treatments work by blocking the nerve signals that tell the muscles to contract. This prevents the wrinkles from forming in the first place.

This relaxes the muscles and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. Treatment is typically quick and easy, with little to no downtime. Results can last for several months though touch-ups may be necessary to maintain results over time.

Frequently asked Questions

When will I see results?

Typically, you will see results after your botox treatment within 3-5 days. However, it can take up to two weeks for the full effects of the neuromodulators to be seen.

How long do results last?

Botox lasts anywhere from 5 months; however, it may last a bit longer for some people and a bit shorter for others.

Which conditions can you treat with Botox?

TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder)

Bruxism (teeth grinding)

Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)

Lip Flip

Gummy Smile

Eyebrow lift

Neck Lift

Tension headaches

Smoker lines

Fine lines and expression lines

Chin dimples

Droopy nose

What are the advantages of receiving a Botox treatments?

Benefits include quick results, with noticeable changes within 7-14 days;

Long lasting effects (up to 3–6 months);

Minimal pain and no need for anaesthesia;

Very low risk (side effects occur in less than 2%);

Only requires 10-30 minutes for injection session; and you won’t have any downtime or recovery time needed afterward.

Additionally, it is an alternative non-invasive form of cosmetic surgery without incisions or scarring.

What kinds of wrinkles can Botox injections be used for?

Neuromodulator injections have been found to effectively reduce the appearance of three main types of wrinkles: frown lines, forehead creases and crow's feet. These are known as dynamic wrinkles when they only appear when a person smiles, or static wrinkles when present even at rest. Preventative Botox treatments may also help prevent crow's feet from becoming static.

When can I return to the gym after my Botox treatment?

You should wait at least 24 hours after the treatment.

How many units of Botox will I need for the Masseter?

Generally speaking, most people require between 30-50 units per side (60-100 total).

How many units of Botox will I need for Crowsfeet?

Generally speaking, most people require between 5-15 units per side (10-30 total).

Care information

Avoid drinking alcohol the day of the treatment. After you have received your neuromodulator injection, there are a few things that you should do to ensure that the treatment is effective and that you experience minimal side effects.

First, avoid rubbing or massaging the treated area and avoid laying down for at least 4 hours after the injection. This will help to prevent the neuromodulator from moving to other muscles and causing unwanted side effects.

Second, avoid exposure to heat, including saunas, hot tubs, and sunbathing, for at least 24 hours after the treatment. Heat can cause the botox to spread and increase the risk of side effects.

Finally, drink plenty of water and eat a healthy diet to help your body recover from the treatment.