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Anti-wrinkle injections

Anti-wrinkle injections

Facial Aesthetics

Anti-wrinkle injections smooth frown lines by prohibiting the facial muscles’ ability to contract. It is the fastest-growing cosmetic procedure in the industry, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. It is a quick, non-surgical option for smoothing out the upper face area.

They soften the appearance of lines and creates smoother looking skin. Anti-wrinkle injections show full impact at between 7 and 14 days. They lasts for between 3 to 4 months. If you have regular anti-wrinkle injections, the effects may last longer.

After your treatment, you can resume your day. There is minimal downtime. These injections are well suited for both male and female patients with moderate to severe frown lines.

Dermal fillers can be used to restore volume and moisture loss. The dermal fillers are based on hyaluronic acid- a substance that occurs naturally in the body. This means it not only fills out wrinkles but also replaces what the skin has lost in time. We use a dedicated filler for the lips and mouth area. It enhances lip volume, redefine lip shape, improves vertical lip lines and depressions at the corners of the mouth.

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THE FOLLOWING FEES APPLY AS FROM JANUARY 1st, 2018

INJECTABLE GELS ( Juvederm Ultra, Volbella)
R4200 per 1cc vial.
Also available in 0.5cc at R2100 each.
Most useful for soft tissue augmentation of lips and naso-labial, marionette lines and tear trough grooves.

Anti-wrinkle injections – 3 possible treatment areas, each uses 20 units. (R60 / unit)
Most useful for diminishing mimetic lines in the upper 1/3 of the face.
1 = Frown lines (vertical lines)
2 = Forehead lines (transverse lines)
3 = Crow’s feet (sides of eyes)

NOTE: Patients only wanting these treatments are not charged an additional consult fee – only the consumable cost as listed above.  Payment is due immediately after the procedure. Should you wish to pay via bank transfer, this will need to be done prior to the procedure.