Overview

As well as eyelid surgery and forehead lifting (brow lift), botox can be used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles around the outside of the eyes and between the eyebrows, crows feet and wrinkles of the side of the nose sometimes associated with smiling by paralysing certain muscles temporarily.

Botox®

temporarily paralyses the muscle decreasing dynamic lines and used long term will minimise the production of stationary lines.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the risks?
  • What costs are involved?
  • What happens prior to the procedure?
  • What happens after the procedure?

What are the risks?

It is very rare to have an allergic reaction to botox. Occasionally bruising and swelling occur and this may take a week or two to subside.

Overview

Botox may spread to involve muscles of the face that were not intended to be the target, which may result in drooping of the eyelid. This will generally subside within two to three weeks.

What costs are involved?

Please contact Mr Khandwala's office for a quote which also can be arranged to be sent to you.

What happens prior to the procedure?

Cold packs are used to numb the area prior to the injection of Botox and minimise superficial bruising following.

What happens after the procedure?

Result times vary from patient to patient and can sometimes take up to five days for the paralysis of the muscles to occur and for wrinkles to diminish. Any bruising can be helped with cold packs for a period of 48 hours.

For more information about Botox and Restylane, contact Mr Khandwala.

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Asit Khandwala - Cosmetic Surgeon

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Asit Khandwala - Cosmetic Surgeon

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