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Our anti-wrinkle injections are quick, safe and effective.

A typical treatment will only take around 15 minutes and results will then be noticeable inside two weeks.

Before and after treatment, you can simply go about the rest of your day, at worst side effects will be limited to very, short-term mild pain that can be easily managed through standard painkillers.

For the treatment, the Botox would come in a vial in powder form, this diluted through saline solution.

This is then injected as required into the very precise locations, as marked by the doctor.

It really is that simple, the injections taking just a matter of minutes.

Many book botox appointments in London during their lunch hour, popping over by the Underground network.

Alternatively, it adds just a few minutes on to the day at the end of a day’s work.

What a treat before heading home – taking years off your appearance!

Botox, anti-wrinkle injections, are so popular because they are suitable for addressing multiple signs of ageing.

The toxin works by suppressing nerve signals to muscles, it is these muscles that contract and create the lines and wrinkles that are a sign of very visible ageing.

The following can all be treated – please note this list is not comprehensive, instead being an example of the areas Botox is suitable for.

Frown lines – Forehead lines resulting from gathering of tissue between the eyebrows or fold, and caused by squinting and frowning.

Crow’s Feet – Fine lines that form around the eyes, typically caused by sun exposure and smoking.

Bunny Lines – Fine wrinkles that appear when you scrunch up your nose, such as when you smile or laugh.

Necklines – Necklines including horizontal ‘necklace lines’ and vertical ‘platysmal bands’ (Nefertiti Neck Lift) can be caused by everything from genetics and ageing to spending too much time looking down (i.e. at your phone).

Marionette Lines: Creases or folds that start at the outer corners of the mouth and run down to the outside edges of the chin.

Marionette lines can be caused by various factors, including bone structure, skin type and the amount of fat and collagen in your face.

Anti-wrinkle injections can also be used to treat medical conditions such as migraines, excessive sweating and facial flushing.

Botox can also be used as a treatment for those who suffer migraines – This treatment works by blocking the release of the neurotransmitters that are associated with pain, meaning that you no longer have to experience the severe pain of a migraine.

We are committed to being fully open about all treatments, for instance providing details of how long a treatment lasts for, the after care, and those for whom any treatment might not be suitable.

Please see our dedicated page on anti-wrinkle treatments, this includes a detailed and comprehensive FAQs section.We would also be happy to answer any queries you may have either over the phone, or via a consultation.

Dr Nyla is one of the leading cosmetic dermatologists in the UK – she is trusted by many high-profile clients and her expertise makes her someone that media publications regularly seek an opinion from.

Dr Nyla’s clinic won Top Cosmetic Clinic Award in the UK for 2019.

Her testimonials are universally positive and her reviews on the independent TrustPilot site outstanding.

If you would like to arrange a consultation, or simply want further advice please contact us today.

Call us on 0800 009 6661 or use the Contact Form.

Doctor Nyla’s London clinic is located on Harley Street in central London.

Harley Street is so named after a famous resident, Thomas Harley, Lord Mayor of London in 1767. The street then became established as a home of medical excellence from the 19th century.

One famous former resident is Lionel Logue, the speech therapist who helped King George VI – and the basis of the film The King’s Speech. He had offices at 146 Harley Street.

Harley Street has also featured prominently in book and film, including Sense and Sensibility and many Agatha Christie novels.

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