Wrinkle Reduction Treatment
Wrinkle reduction can be provided with prescription only Botox®
Dr Soin is a local GP and has been providing wrinkle reduction treatments for over 10 years. He is a GP trainer and mentors junior aesthetic colleagues regularly. Dr Soin specialises in full face rejuvenation, complex fillers and corrective therapy.
Dr Soin is also Medical Director of Surrey Skin Care and Private GP in Ascot.
Botox® is the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment in the UK to smooth out frown lines and other wrinkles and has been used for over 30 years without long-term side effects. This is uses for glabellar lines, forehead wrinkles, crows feet, gummy smile, underarm sweating, palms and feet sweating.
How does wrinkle reduction work?
Botox® is a protein that blocks nerve impulses that cause muscles to contract, relaxing them and reducing wrinkles. Taking only minutes, it’s given by injection with a very fine needle directly into the muscle you wish to affect – minimising the pain and maximising precision.
How long does it last?
The results usually last between 3 – 4 months.
This involves an injection of hyaluronic acid which restores the structure of your facial skin – reducing the appearance of defects such as wrinkles.
How do dermal fillers work?
An ultra-fine needle is used for maximum precision and minimal pain.
Dermal fillers are used to:
• Minimise fine lines and wrinkles
• Reduce the appearance of scars
• Fill in overly thin areas of your face
• Enhance the appearance and fullness of lips
Hyaluronic acid can be applied to your lips to give a fuller and more defined appearance. We use Juvederm® dermal fillers performed with surgical precision by our highly trained dentists. This is a very popular and safe cosmetic procedure.
How long does it last?
The results can be seen immediately and are not permanent, lasting up to a year. We use restylane, Juvederm, teoxane and vivacy fillers. We use needle and cannula technique for greater safety and fewer bruises. 90 percent patients will not have any bruises.
Dermal fillers vs. Botox. What is the difference?
Botox will relax targeted muscles where the product is placed – often the forehead lines and crow’s feet, whereas dermal fillers will replace volume that has been lost due to the natural ageing process.
Botox treats dynamic lines, i.e. when you are moving your muscles. Dermal fillers treat static lines, i.e. when your face is relaxed and has volume loss.
They can be used very successfully in combination. For example, when you have a deep forehead furrow.
Initially, you would have Botox to relax the movement in the chosen area and then, two weeks later (as Botox takes this long to reach its full effectiveness), you could have fillers to reinstate the volume and plump out any static line/s that remain.
Tear Trough fillers