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Anti Wrinkle Injections



Each time we smile or frown we create lines in our face. These are often known as frown lines or crow's feet.

With advancements in medicine we can now reverse the march of time by injecting anti-wrinkle treatments into the wrinkle and frown line affected areas. This acts to relax the muscles, making them unable to move to the degree they normally are able to.

The result is a smoother skin less prone to wrinkling and furrowing. The effect can last anywhere from several weeks up to many months depending on your body's reaction to the treatment.


What areas can Anti-Wrinkle Injections treat?

  • Frown lines

  • Forehead lines

  • Furrow lines

  • Crow's feet around eyes

  • Dynamic and static lines and creases

  • Mouth lines and creases

  • Eyebrow Lift

  • Face Slimming (by reducing masseter muscle (chewing muscle) movement)

  • Gummy Smiles

  • Teeth grinding (Bruxism)

  • Hyperhydrosis (underarms, palms, foreheads)

  • Migraines and Headaches


Treatment Options


Whilst the face is in motion, the lines that appear are known as dynamic wrinkles, however repeated movement over time forms deeper lines and folds, known as static wrinkles.

Anti-wrinkle injections work to prevent the formation of static wrinkles by stopping the signal between the nerve and muscle.

The decreased movement in the muscle places less stress on the skin helping to maintain a fresh and youthful appearance. The treatment is most effective when used as a preventative measure.

Anti-wrinkle injections are made from a purified protein that temporarily cause the facial muscles to relax, instantly softening lines and wrinkles and reducing the severity of visible wrinkles.






Contact Gentle Dentistry Adelaide for an initial consultation to determine what treatments would be best for your makeover!

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