Anti-wrinkle injections

Muscle relaxant injections (common brands used by Dr Tallent are Botox® or Bocouture) are the most popular anti-ageing treatment to prevent the formation of wrinkles and to soften existing lines. 

How do Botox injections work?

Botox treatments relax the injected muscles, therefore reducing movement. This reduced movement prevents creasing of the skin, hence reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Botox treatments work only on the specific muscles injected, leaving surrounding muscles to function as usual maintaining normal facial expression. The results are a smoother, younger-looking appearance, which lasts for 3 to 6 months. 

Botox treatments to prevent lines forming


Botox treatments also work as a preventative measure. If the skin is unable to crease, wrinkles are not able to develop. Over time the benefits of this treatment become more impressive. Also the muscles can start to weaken and therefore may require less Botox treatment.

Frequently asked questions


Which lines on the face can be treated with Botox treatments?

The upper half of the face is most commonly treated with Botox – around 95% of all Botox aesthetic treatments are administered here:


  • Forehead lines

  • Frown lines between the eyebrows

  • Crow’s feet on sides of the eyes


Lower face areas:


  • 'Bunny' lines either side of the nose

  • Down-turned nose tip or nasal flaring

  • 'Smokers' lines around the lips

  • Gummy smile

  • Down-turned smile

  • Wrinkly chin

  • Masseter muscles on the jaw, to smooth and soften the jaw contour or stop jaw clenching (bruxism)

  • Platysmal bands - neck bands


These areas are treated 'off label' but are commonly used. 


When should I start having Botox treatments?


Botox works best as a preventative treatment, to stop lines from forming. The ideal time to start Botox is when you start to develop dynamic lines (these are lines that are visible when you make an expression such as frowning) but before you have developed static lines (lines that are visible when your face is relaxed). Static lines will not disappear completely, but will soften with time.


How quickly will I see the results?


While some clients report an almost instant improvement, there should be a noticeable improvement to the lines on your face within 5 days to 2 weeks.


How long do the effects of Botox injections last?


Results from Botox treatments will vary from person to person but it will usually last 3-4 months, and sometimes longer, up to 6 months.


Will I look unnatural after treatment?


One of reasons why Botox treatments are so popular is the subtle improvement it makes to your appearance. Friends may comment that you look more relaxed or fresher, but treatment will not radically alter your appearance; it will simply reduce muscle activity. A good treatment will still allow you to frown or smile as you normally would.


Are there any side effects?


Side effects of Botox are rare, it is one of the safest cosmetic procedures available. There is the possibility, however, of the treatment being dispersed into an adjacent muscle. This can cause a temporary raise or droop of the eyebrow or eyelid, which can often be corrected with extra treatment. 




Traditional upper face areas (frown, forehead and crow's feet):
1 area £200
2 areas £255
3 areas £310
Men £55 extra per area
Jawline slimming £200-310
Neck bands £200-310
Additional areas lower face - £200 if treating alone, prices below are in addition to upper face Botox:
Bunny lines £55
Smoker's lip lines £55
Gummy smile £55
Lip flip £55
Downturned smile £55
Wrinkly chin £55
Nasal flare or downturned tip £55
For more information or if you wish to book a free consultation please contact Dr Tallent.
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