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309 Pitt Street,Town Hall
Sydney CBD 2000
02 8964 8677

Anti Wrinkle Injections

Anti-wrinkle injections Sydney CBD

Developing wrinkles is a natural ageing process of the skin. Small muscle contractions during normal facial expressions cause wrinkles of the skin. As we get older the natural components of our skin decrease and the loss of elasticity and hydration causes the skin to sag and wrinkles to become more and more permanent.

Common areas for wrinkles to form are outside the corners of the eyes (crow’s feet), frown lines on the forehead and frown lines in between the eyebrows. Wrinkles also form in the neck from contraction of the neck muscles.

Anti-wrinkle injections relaxes the muscles we use and allows wrinkles to soften or disappear. The effects of the injections are apparent after 2 to 3 days and usually last for 4 to 6 months.

Excessive Sweating (Hyperhydrosis)

Excessive sweating occur in the armpits and on the palms of the hands. Anti-wrinkle injections can be injected into these areas to temporarily paralyse the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands. The sweating is reduced to normal levels and the use of antiperspirants are not needed. The effects of the injections last from 6 to 8 months.

For Antiwrinkle injections cost and appointments with one of our doctors in Sydney CBD please call Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre on 02 8964 8677 or email us at bookings@spmh.com.au.

Questions and Answers

We understand that the cosmetic industry can appear daunting to newcomers, for that reason we have compiled a list of the most common questions we get asked in order to help answer any concerns you may have. 

Are Anti-wrinkle Injections and filler injections painful? 

The injections can be uncomfortable in sensitive areas however, numbing cream is applied before injecting and ice can also be used. We use ultra-thin needles similar to acupuncture needles and the injection techniques are developed for minimal discomfort. 

Will there be swelling and how long does the swelling last?

The injections into the skin do result in minimal swelling and this is a natural process of the body protecting itself. The swelling can last a few hours and is usually resolved within a few days. 

Will there be bruising and how long does the bruising last? 

When a needle is inserted into the skin there is always a chance that a blood vessel may be punctured and blood can ooze out and spread under the skin. However, the body puts a “cork” into a punctured vessel and the area of bruise is usually very small. Such bruises usually clear after a few days. Cosmetic injectors practice techniques to avoid such bruises and punctured blood vessels are rare. 

Can men be treated? 

The results of treating men with anti-wrinkle injections and fillers are just as pleasing as with women. 

At what age should one start cosmetic injectables? 

People are individual and there is no specific age to start with cosmetic injectables. Young people can use injectables to enhance their beauty and to prevent wrinkles and skin folds from forming. Older people can use injectables to restore lost volumes, reduce wrinkles and skin folds, and enhance sagging features. 

How can I avoid looking “overdone”?

Our techniques of injections are tailored to deliver a natural looking result. We specialise in cosmetic injectables and ensure that the correct products are used to achieve subtle changes and the best result for each individual client.

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If you're having a suspicious mole removed, the doctor should consider removing about 2 millimeters of healthy skin from around the mole. Doing so could avoid the need for a second surgery if the mole turns out to be cancerous, according to a new report.

"Although the vast majority of suspicious-looking skin moles do not turn out to be cancerous melanomas, once a decision has been made to remove a mole, there should be a clearer standard margin," said senior study investigator Dr. David Polsky. He is a dermatologist and professor of dermatologic oncology at NYU Langone Health in New York City.

"Our study shows that a 'one and done' approach with a clearly defined, slightly larger margin is safer and more effective in completely removing suspicious moles with a single procedure than the current non-standardized approach," Polsky said in an NYU Langone news release.

Please book an appointment with one of our experienced doctors in Sydney CBD for a skin/mole check with Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre on 02 8964 8677. 

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