There are plenty of options available for people who want to improve their look. Botox in Clapham is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure that we offer at Clapham South Dental Centre.
This treatment can be used to relax the muscles around the eyes and mouth to prevent wrinkles from forming. The Botox works by relaxing the facial muscles that subconsciously tense up, forming expression lines. This leaves the skin looking smoother.
Working with a dentist
At first, it may seem unusual to have Botox in Clapham at the dentist. This is because we are so used to associating this profession with teeth.
However, at Clapham South Dental Centre, it makes perfect sense for us to offer Botox to our patients. We have a clean and safe environment for the procedure. Our team are already medically qualified to offer injections. We also have a holistic understanding of the aesthetic principles of the face which can be applied to Botox treatments.
Botox – just long enough
If this is your first cosmetic treatment, you may be feeling a little trepidation. This is a natural reaction to new procedures involving the body and we do our best to make you feel comfortable and well-informed before you go ahead. However, some people are nervous about the commitment involved.
The effects of Botox last for about 3 months or so depending on whereabouts you have the treatment. This allows you to try on the look without taking a long-term leap. You can have repeat treatments if you like the effect.
You can get Botox on your lunch break if you want to. It takes less than an hour to complete and there are no major side effects that will affect the rest of your day. It is possible to feel a little tender afterwards so you might want to just take the rest of the day off to relax but, if that’s not possible, you certainly don’t have to. Your treatment will involve a short consultation to check that you are suitable. We’ll also talk to you about the best locations for Botox. Once we have all the required information, we can then proceed with the injections that make up the treatment.