Anti-wrinkle treatments

Smoothing out laughter lines and wrinkles is really as simple as walking into a dentist’s surgery. They may take years to create, but wrinkles can be wiped away in seconds. Wrinkles form due to our skin getting older and losing that youthful elasticity. They can also be caused by sun damage. At our clinic in Kingston, Botox is fast becoming a standard way of vanquishing those unwanted lines.

Botox in KingstonHere at Kingston Dental Clinic, we want to make sure our patients get the highest standard of care and attention. Our aim for our patients is to create a natural result, retaining a normal expression but also receiving a youthful appearance.

Receiving Botox in Kingston has never been so simple. We can organise a consultation with you where we can explain in detail what is undertaken during an anti-ageing treatment. We can often carry out the treatment on the day of consultation if that is the desire of the patient. Treatment is quick and simple and patients can return to their day to day activities immediately.

The benefits of Botox

Since Botox is a non-invasive medical procedure it makes it a popular and effective choice for an anti-ageing treatment. A small amount of botulinum toxin (Botox) is injected into the desired area, and over the next few days, it causes the muscle to relax, the result being smooth skin once more.

How often you choose to have anti-wrinkle injections is entirely your decision. Treatment usually lasts between 3-4 months and after that you it is your choice whether to have repeat injections. The effect of the Botox can vary from patient to patient. It can take between 3-5 days for the Botox to take effect and can possibly take up two weeks before the full effect can be seen. After the Botox has been injected, patients can carry on with their day. It is that fast and easy.

Botox in Kingston is a quick and convenient way to smooth out lines without the need for surgery. There is no preparation necessary and no recovery time required.  In and out in half an hour, but with years taken off.