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Anti-wrinkle treatments work by temporarily disrupting the communication network between nerve endings and muscle. The muscles responsible for lines and creases are relaxed, giving a smoother appearance. A skilled injector can use anti-wrinkle injections for other purposes; such as: eyebrow lifts, gummy smile correction and excess sweat production. Depending on the amount of product used, this treatment typically lasts between 3-6 months. It is fantastic for both treating existing lines and as a preventative measure.


The most common type of filler used for facial aesthetics is hyaluronic acid, a substance found in all living organisms. It works as cushioning and as a water retainer. During the ageing process, natural hyaluronic acid is broken down - along with fat pad atrophy, bone resorption and collagen loss- resulting in loss of volume and tone. Cosmetic fillers can be used to rejuvenate the skin, add volume, sculpt bony structures (i.e cheeks, jaw), fill fine lines and correct asymmetry.


This procedure uses long, barbed threads of PDO (Polydioxanone) to reposition tissues. Patterns of two or more threads are inserted and tied together for greater stability and strength. The threads are designed to utilise ligaments, SMAS (Superficial Musculoaponeurotic System) and fascia as gripping points to alter tissue vectors. A moderate instant effect is the aim, which then relaxes and heals to a natural result. Like monothreads, these threads also trigger the skin to create new collagen. 


PDO threads are an increasingly popular treatment option for non-surgical facial rejuvenation. PDO threads are made up of a material called Polydioxanone, which is an absorbable polymer that is flexible and durable. Threads work by triggering fibroblasts, which induce your own collagen production, creating a tightening effect that can last 6-12 months. The threads become a support structure for your skin, allowing natural collagen production to take place.
Over a 6-month period, the threads will be absorbed into the body.

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