Botox Treatments

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Award Winning Botox Treatment in Perth! Tay Medispa was voted Best New Cosmetic Clinic by the judges at the Scottish Medical Cosmetic Awards.

Dr Julia Langford provides our complete client care package for injectable cosmetic treatments in Perth. She brings 15 years of experience as a Doctor, and 10 years within the Aesthetics Industry. She uses the latest techniques in Dermal & Lip Filler plus advanced wrinkle relaxing Botox treatments. Our aim is to work in partnership with our clients to develop a personal treatment plan which is tailored to suit your needs. During your initial consultation we will ascertain your personal aesthetic aims and offer advice using facial mapping techniques. We aspire to achieve a natural refreshed look without freezing expression.

So, whether you have been thinking about a treatment & simply need more guidance, or you know what you want and fancy a refresh, Dr Julia will be happy to help. Your initial consultation and facial mapping is free, with no obligation to proceed.

We use wrinkle-reducing injections in the following areas:

  • Frown lines (Glabellar lines)
  • Surprise lines (Forehead lines)
  • Crow's feet (Peri-orbital lines)
  • Bunny lines (Nose lines)
  • Brow lift
  • Sleep lines (under the brow)
  • Nasal tip reshaping
  • Nasal flare
  • Gummy smile
  • Smoker's lines around the mouth
  • Chin dimples and reshaping
  • Necklace lines
  • Décolleté wrinkles

1 Area- £160 2 Areas- £200 3 Areas- £240, additional areas £40 each

We also use Botulinum injections to treat:

  • Hyperhidrosis (sweating) £400
  • Platysmal bands (neck lines) £350
  • Jaw Grinding £350

Botox can be used to treat wrinkles and fine lines.

Botox works by blocking the signal from the nerve to the muscle, which means the nerve cannot tell the muscle to move. As an anti-ageing treatment, Botox is injected into specific facial muscles that are used for certain expressions, such as frowning or squinting. The effects lasts 3-6 months, after which your facial expressions will return to normal.

Although it is usually used to treat wrinkles, Botox can also alleviate migraines and tension headaches.

Are you worried about looking older than you really are?

Unsurprisingly, the onset of fine lines and wrinkles is the most common sign of ageing. Active Muscles in the face accompanied by loss of elasticity leads to the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. There are two types of wrinkles; dynamic and static. Dynamic wrinkles appear when you are making a facial expression and static wrinkles are visible at rest. However wrinkles aren't only caused by ageing skin. They can also come from prolonged sun exposure, diet, stress, hormone changes, smoking, and other lifestyle factors that prematurely age your appearance.

 

Botox® FAQ's

How does Botox® work?

Botox® works by blocking the signal from the nerve to the muscle, which means the nerve cannot tell the muscle to move. As an anti-ageing treatment, Botox is injected into specific facial muscles that are used for certain expressions, such as frowning or squinting. The effects lasts 3-6 months, after which your facial expressions will return to normal.

Although it is usually used to treat wrinkles, Botox can also alleviate migraines and tension headaches.

Is Botox® Safe?

Over the last 15 years, a huge amount of clinical and practical evidence has shown the effectiveness and safety of Botulinum Toxin. Injecting Botox® is a quick and simple procedure, and most patients find that Botox injections cause little discomfort as the needles are very fine and only a small amount of liquid is injected.

Botox® side effects?

Side effects of Botox® injections are rare, but can include some temporary bleeding, bruising or mild swelling at the injection site. The worst side effects associated with Botox®, such as the overly frozen or stunned look, are usually down to too much being injected or the wrong muscle being injected.

Less than 1% of people who have had Botox have developed a drooping eyelid (known as partial ptosis) after treatment. This is only temporary and will improve over a few weeks. Some people have also developed a droopy brow because of muscles in their forehead being over relaxed. Again, this is a temporary side effect but if you do experience these after your treatment, you should contact your Practitioner.

How long does Botox® last?

Botox® usually lasts 3-6 months, after which your muscle movement in the treated area will return to normal.