Dr Arthur Walsh has more than 10 years’ experience in Facial Rejuvenation treatments and restoring lost confidence in people with lines and wrinkles.
Anti-Wrinkle Injections are one of the best-known treatments to reduce or remove facial lines, wrinkles and crows feet. Anti-Wrinkle Injections works by blocking the transmission of nerve impulses to the facial muscles that have been injected. This makes the muscles less active and therefore softens the appearance of persistent lines and wrinkles, including:
- Marionette lines
- Crows feet (around the eyes)
- Horizontal Forehead lines
- Glabella (area between the eyes)
- Upper vertical lip lines
- Gummy smile bilaterally
Benefits of Anti-Wrinkle Injections:
- Quick, requires one single visit
- Virtually painless
- Lasts up to four months
Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers:
It’s natural – gives a natural looking result and uses modern technology to ensure the product resembles your body’s own Hyaluronic Acid, meaning it does not affect your natural facial expressions or reduce muscle function. The effects of Dermal Fillers wear off slowly over the period of 12 months, and its non-permanent nature means it is easy to control exactly how you look.
It’s safe – the products used in our practice are the market leaders with unrivaled clinical data spanning over 12 years and nearly 10 million treatments performed worldwide. Unlike some other Hyaluronic Acid-based products, the products we prescribe are non-animal dermal fillers, meaning there is a minimal risk of allergic reactions or transmitting disease.
It’s for you – our products are designed for use at different layers of the skin, providing optimal and long lasting results that can be seen instantly. The procedure is quick and downtime is minimal, so you can get on with living your life to the full.
Every face is unique and we’ll advise you on how many cosmetic facial treatments you’re likely to need and how often, depending on the results you’d like to achieve. We’ll also talk you through what to expect before your first injection so you’ll be fully prepared before treatment.