Anti-Wrinkle Injections

Botox Injections

‘Botox’ is the all-round term used to describe the anti-wrinkle, muscle relaxant called ‘Botulinum toxin’: an injectable treatment used to reduce signs of ageing. With over 30 years of medical history in the NHS, it can be used for a wide range of purposes, such as migraines, muscles spasms, cerebral palsy, bladder instability and squints. 

In fact, it was noted that after injecting squints with Botox, wrinkles diminished on the treated side. It was then introduced into the aesthetic world. With its extensive history in the NHS, it has a vast amount of safety data and has become the most common aesthetic procedure. Botox is used to treat dynamic lines (lines which appear from facial expressions, such as when you smile or frown), whilst also promoting the production of collagen and elastin.

At Hampton Clinic all of our Botox treatments are carried out by our medical director, Dr Lorraine Hill. Lorraine has over two decades of experience and is one of the UK’s most sought after cosmetic GPs.

Lines and Wrinkles

Botox treatments can be used for many cosmetic purposes, with common sites including crows’ feet around the eyes, forehead lines and the frown lines between the brows. Other areas that can be treated include muscles causing a gummy smile, sad downturned mouths, strong muscle bands in the neck and sagging jawlines.  Botox is also a useful medical treatment for excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) and jaw clenching (bruxism). Results can be tailored to suit each individual, whether you prefer a frozen look or a softer more natural appearance. Our clinic is set in the leafy grounds of Hampton Manor and offers a relaxing and rejuvenating visit. Located in Hampton-in-Arden, easily accessible from Solihull, Shirley, Burton Green, Coventry, Nuneaton and Redditch, with visitors travelling from all over the country.  Book your complimentary consultation today to talk through any concerns, discover all possible solutions and consider your personalised beauty plan.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Botox effects are only temporary.  It is most common for clients to require retreating after 3-4months, but many individuals find their Botox does not wear off for up to 6 months. Some people have a treatment only occasionally for a special event.

Pregnancy and breast feeding are absolute contra-indications to treatment. Some health conditions including nerve and muscle damage may be unsuitable for Botox treatments.

There is rarely any down time with Botox, however, treatment would be best avoided just before a special social occasion in case of bruising.

You are able to fly immediately after Botox.

It is recommended not to drink heavily within 24 hours. It is best to avoid anything that may increase blood flow to the face that may cause Botox to spread to the wrong muscles. One or two drinks is unlikely to cause a problem.

It is recommended not to exercise heavily within 24 hours. It is best to avoid anything that may increase blood flow to the face that may cause Botox to spread to the wrong muscles.

We treat clients of all ages. Deep expression lines can set in, in your early 20’s or if you are lucky not until your 50’s or 60’s. The best time to start a Botox treatment is before the lines get too deep. If you catch them early the lines can be removed completely, if they have already set in, it can take some time for them to soften, and there may always be a faint line there.

Results of a Botox treatment are dose dependant, if you want to reduce the deep lines but still retain some muscle movement, we use less product. If you still have some movement in your forehead it won’t become shiny.

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