Muscle Relaxing Injections
*All results shown on our website have been achieved by our team members. Please note that results are individual and may vary.
What muscle relaxing injections treat
- Frown lines between the eyebrows
- Forehead lines
- Crow's feet
- Lines underneath the eyes
- Excessive muscle roll underneath the eyes
- Bunny or Wolf lines on the sides of the nose
- A drooping nose
- Gummy smile (excess show of gum above the teeth on smiling)
- Excessive squareness of the face in association with large muscles at the angle of the jaw
- Upper lip wrinkles
- Downturned mouth
- Popply chin
- Poor jaw line definition
- Vertical neck bands
- Vertical lines in the chest area
- Facial shape sculpting
Non cosmetic uses for muscle relaxing injections.
- Excessive sweating
- Teeth clenching and grinding
How does the procedure work?
Expression lines occur when we smile, laugh, cry, wince, grimace, scowl or frown. The delicate muscles underlying the skin contract in concert with each other producing expression lines or ‘dynamic wrinkles’ and it is these that may be treated with muscle relaxant injections. Muscle relaxant injections work by weakening the tiny muscles very precisely. After treatment, the expression lines and excess movement is diminished, however normal facial expression should appear natural. Injections can be used in many areas of the face, neck and chest because of the way they affect muscles.
What will the patient experience during the procedure?
This treatment is usually both simple and safe. Small amounts of the muscle relaxant are injected with a very fine needle into the treatment area. As the needle is so fine and only a small amount of liquid is used, discomfort is usually minimal.
What can the patient expect after the procedure?
There may be a small amount of bleeding or bruising at the injection site however most people feel they can return to work immediately after the procedure.
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