Qualified Practitioner
Dr Ros Debenham MBChB MRCGP

Facial Botox Areas Reduce the signs of facial ageing


Botox for ‘Crow’s feet’Botox for Crows Feet

The problem: As we age, and due to repeatedly smiling and squinting especially in the sun, we develop creases that are visible even when we are not smiling or squinting giving an aged appearance.

Botox for ‘Crow’s feet’ is aimed at reducing the muscle power of the Orbicularis Oculi muscle  that is used when squinting and smiling. Botox here still preserves the natural smile creases so giving the ‘natural look’.

It is important to assess the skin laxity in the under eye area before injection. Botox in this area can also be used to elevate the brow.

 

  • The purple circles indicate possible injection points into the Orbicularis oculi muscles

Botox for horizontal lines on the forehead

The problem: Due to repeatedly lifting our eyebrows we develop creases that are present even when our faces are at rest giving an aged appearance. Some people have very expressive faces and so tend to develop permanent lines at an earlier age.

The number and depth of lines varies due to the thickness of the skin, the amount of collagen in the skin and the muscle distribution. Everyone’s facial muscles differ in size and position which is why an assessment by a fully trained practitioner is so important.

Asymmetry of the brow can also be corrected as can elevation of the brows

 

  • Purple circule indicate possible injection points into the Frontalis muscle

Botox for frown lines & bridge of the nose

The problem: Due to using the muscles that cause us to frown or make a cross expression we develop creases in the ‘Glabellar area’ between the brows and at the bridge of the nose.

Some people also use these muscles when concentrating. A common complaint is that strangers will say “ Don’t look so worried, it may never happen!”.

These muscles are the Procerus and Corrugator Supercilii. Botox in this area also can lift the middle of the forehead area giving a brighter, more awake look.

 

  • The purple circles indicate possible injection points into the Procerus and Corrugator Supercilii muscles

Botox for Bunny lines

The problem: Many people ‘wrinkle’ their noses as part of their everyday expressions. Repeatedly doing this can cause permanent creases on the face.

 

  • The purple circles indicate possible injection points into the Levator labii superioris alaquae nasi muscles

 

 
 
 
 


Botox for the neck: Platysmal Bands

The problem: As we age the Platysma muscle tends to split and form bands that stick out when we strain or make certain facial expressions.

The number & length of the bands varies from person to person. Botox injections along the line of the muscle weakens it and smoothes out the skin.

 
 
 
 
 

  • The purple circles indicate possible injection points into the Platysma muscle

 


Botox for the neck: Necklace Lines

The problem: As we age we get the formation of creases horizontally around the neck which gives an aged appearance.

Small injections of Botox along the lines smoothes out the skin giving a younger look.

 

 

  • The purple circles indicate possible injection points into the Platysma muscle

 

 

 

 


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Who carries out the Botox treatments?

Dr Ros Debenham personally carries out all injections and follow ups.

Where can Botox be used?

Botox can be injected in areas on the face such as:

• Forehead

• Eye area

• Mouth

• Lips

• Nasal Area

 

How long can Botox last?

Botox usually lasts up to 4 months but can last up to six months with the results being visible between two to fourteen days. There is a cumulative effect and the time between treatment can increase if the muscles are not allowed to fully recover their strength. Botox used for excess sweating typically last longer, usually between six to nine months.

Am I suitable for Botox?

Doctor Ros carries out a full facial or body assessment for anyone considering Botox or other treatments. You will be required to fill out a medical form to rule out any conditions that might contraindicate a treatment. The vast majority of healthy people, who are not pregnant or breastfeeding are suitable.

How do I book an appointment for Botox?

If you are considering Botox call us to book a consultation with Dr Ros Debenham and find out everything you need to know about Botox. Alternatively click on the ‘book an appointment’ button at the top of this page.

How much does Botox cost?

Prices start from £200 for Botox in the forehead only. Prices for a full face Botox are £345 for women.

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