FACIAL AESTHETIC

Facial lines, creases and winkles prevention and reduction.


Conter-acting the effects of aging, botulism injections and dermal fillers keep you looking younger.  


Muscle relaxing injections, how Does It Work?


Wrinkles, creases and fine lines form from two influences environmental damage and the constant creasing of the skin of the face as the muscles of our face move the skin, with time this movement allows folds or creases to develop as the underlining structure of the skin becomes damaged.  Stopping or reducing the movement allows the skin the opportunity to rest, repair or prevent further damage.  We use small amounts of muscles freezing medicine injected into specific facial muscle sites to temporarily control muscles moving the skin of the face.  It is important to inject into the right muscles and this is where the training of a dentist helps to prevent or manage adverse results.  


Which areas can be treated with botulinum toxin?

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Dermal Fillers which lines of my face can be treated?


With time our faces suffer damage from sunlight and the environment.  The damage leads to breakdown in the microscopic support within the skin.  Dermal fillers injected below the crease help to support and reduce the depth of the crease, wrinkle or facial line.



Facial Muscle relaxant Treatment Dermal Filler Instructions,Information, Risks & Side Effects::

Facial Muscle Relaxants Pre-Treatment Instructions:

Facial Muscle Relaxants Pre-Treatment Instructions:

To avoid bruising it is best not to take any pain relievers that are blood thinners such as aspirin or Vitamin E.

Do not use muscle relaxants if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, are allergic to any of its ingredients, or suffer from any neurological disorders.

Please inform me if you have any questions about this prior to the procedure.

Sunburned skin is difficult to treat so avoid exposure to the sun.

Avoid waxing, bleaching, tweezing, or the use of hair removal cream on the area to be treated.

Avoid the use of Alpha Hydroxy Acids higher than 10% and avoid Retinoids.

Inform me if you have a history of perioral herpes or need to receive advice on antiviral therapy prior to treatment.

Please inform me of all medications you may be taking as well as your medical history.

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Facial Muscle Relaxants Post-Treatment Instructions:

Facial Muscle Relaxants Post-Treatment Instructions:

You may have bruises in the areas treated with Muscle Relaxants. This is normal. It will take up to two weeks for you to experience the full effect of the Muscle Relaxant treatment. Remain patient. It takes time for the muscles to lose strength and the lines to fade following Muscle Relaxants treatments. Movement of lines diminished is OK. The objective of the Muscle Relaxants treatment is to improve the appearance of the lines, not necessarily paralyze the muscle. If I can achieve the improvement of the lines without complete paralysis in the area then you benefit from continued use of subtle facial expression in that area of your face.

It is best to try to avoid exercising your treated muscles for 12 hours after treatment (e.g. practice frowning, raising your eyebrows, or squinting). This helps to work Muscle Relaxants into your muscles. Although thought to help, it will NOT impact your treatment negatively if you forget to do this.

Do NOT rub or massage the treated areas for 4 hours after your treatment.

Do NOT practice Yoga or any type of strenuous exercise for 14 hours after treatment. This will minimize the risk of raising your blood pressure and therefore minimize the risk of temporary bruising.

Avoid facials for two weeks after your treatment. Feel free to shower and go about most other regular daily activities.

Do NOT lie down for 4 hours after treatment. Do not bend excessively. This is to avoid the risk of pressure on the treated areas (from your pillow) and to avoid the risk of having the area rubbed accidentally.

Be assured that any tiny bumps or marks will go away within a few hours. If you need to apply make-up within 4 hours after your treatment, only use a gentle touch to avoid rubbing the treated area.

Avoid alcohol for a few days after treatment since it is a blood thinner.

For two weeks following the procedure avoid exposure to strong sunlight, very cold temperatures and saunas. Do not have any facial treatments e.g. facial massage

Results of your treatment may take up to 14 days to take full effect. Please wait until the 14 days has passed before assessing if you are pleased with the result.

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Dermal Fillers Pre-Treatment Instructions :

Dermal Fillers Pre-Treatment Instructions :

Up to two weeks before avoid:

Anti-Inflammatory Pain Relievers such as Ibuprofen

Fish Oil, Glucosamine, Ginkgo Biloba, Vitamin, Exotic or Herbal Supplements

If you suffer from cold sore please wait till it has fully healed prior to your appointment as they are very contagious. Be aware the procedure may stimulate the virus which caused cold sore so it may be wise to have some anti-viral medication in preperation.

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On the day of treatment:

It is advisable to stay well hydrated with non alcoholic drinks and ensure you have had something to eat on the day. Avoid eating directly after your treatment– This ensures the product settles.

ensure you are not pregnant

Prior to injections remove any make up.

If you would like skin numbing gel, contact your practioner to arrange time for the cream to take effect.

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Dermal Fillers Post-Treatment Instructions:

Dermal Fillers Post-Treatment Instructions:

Avoid alcohol for 24 hours after treatment

Avoid activities which increased blood pressure (i.e. sauna’s, hot tub, exercise) for 4 hours post treatment.

Make up not be applied 1 hour after treatment. Allow the skin to breathe and the tiny holes to where the filler is injected to close. Where possible avoid make up for the rest of the day.

Avoid excessive facial expressions and strenuous exercise for 4 hours after your treatment.

Do not rub or massage the area for 24 hours unless instructed to do so - Redness and swelling may last for 1-2 days.

Avoid excessive Sun, sun beds until any initial swelling and redness has resolved.

Apply Sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or more.

There is a risk of bruising which is only temporary and can be masked up with make-up.

If a numbing injection (local anesthetic) has been administered, ensure you it worn off before eating, drinking or smoking.

Fillers absorb water and the procedure is invasive, expect a few days of swelling before the filler settles

Expext some discomfort. Severe pain and or blanching of the skin is something which requires urgent attention. Contact Mr Dadswell on mobile 07798701841.

Let your clinian know if you have suffered facial cancer.

Let you clinicain know if you have had facial treatments before, or have any permanent implants at sites due to be treated.

Ensure you have discussed your expectations of the treatment.

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Facial Muscle Relaxants Possible Side Effects:

Facial Muscle Relaxants Possible Side Effects:

The intensity and duration of your side effects depends on the treatment dose, previous exposure to the neurotoxin and your individual healing characteristics, but usually can last up to a week after treatment.

Stinging: Some patients develop stinging at the injection site for 10-15 minutes following treatment

Swelling, infection, Tenderness, Headache: Some patients experience some swelling or tenderness at the injection site but these are short term effects and won’t last long.

Redness/Bruising: You may apply makeup immediately after treatment to minimize the redness.

Ptosis is a possible side effect. This is a mild weakness or paralysis of the eyelid or brow that causes it to droop. This is uncommon and is generally caused by an inadequate injection technique or too greater dose.

The effects of the muscle relaxant are temporary, lasting on average three to six months. Patients who exercise regularly may experience shorter periods. Rarely some patients develop an immunity to the effects of the drug.

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Dermal Fillers Possible Side Effects & Risks

Dermal Fillers Possible Side Effects:

The side effects depends usually last up to a week after treatment.

Redness: Mild redness/inflammation can be expected for 24hr’s following treatment

Reddening, swelling and bruising: Expect this to lasts two to three days, although sometimes longer

To minimize swelling you can apply cold compresses to the treatment area for 10 minutes every hour.

Sleep with a an extra pillow the first night.

Arnica tablets which are available over the counter at your local pharmacy or herbal supplement shop will reduce bruising

The initial swelling to the area after treatment could last upto a week. The swelling may be leave the arae looking uneven, be reassured, after it has settled the final result will become apparent.

Tenderness/Pain: Mild tenderness can be expected for 24hr’s following treatment

You may take an anti-inflamatory pain killers such as Paracetamol or what ever you would take for a headache.

Dermal Fillers Risks:

Dermal filler injected into the face are very safe. There are a very small risk of damage to nerves, blood vessels around the face. Provided this is addressed in good time complications can be avoided. Where the filler blocks blood flow an area of the face dermal tissue may die. With upper face dermal filler injection there is a risk the blood supply to the eye may be affected causing temporary or permanent blindness

Redness, swelling and induration at the injection site which at times can effect the surrounding tissue.

Reactions have arisen either a few days or a few weeks after treatment. They have been self-limiting and the average duration is two weeks. In rare cases, reacyions have lasted for seveal months

Isolated rare cases of infection and inflammation requiring treatment with antibiotics have been reported.

Expext some discomfort but if you experience severe pain and or blanching of the skin, this is something which requires urgent attention. Contact Mr Dadswell on mobile 07798701841.

Filler injections contain a numbing drug (local anaesthetic 3% lidocaine) similar to thos eused by dentist.

Rare cases of allergy to numbing creams have been reported.

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