If too much time passes in between toxin treatment and the effects fully disappear, then your medical practitioner is effectively starting from scratch again each time they see you, which can make it harder to achieve the desired results.
At the start of year The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) – the world’s largest association of facial plastic surgeons – released the data from their annual survey. It showed that looking unnatural is a top fear for many when it comes to cosmetic interventions - people increasingly want to look good without others thinking they've 'had something done'.
Your Guide to Non-Surgical Treatments for the Neck
For many years it was a real challenge to combat signs of ageing like wrinkles and sagging in the neck area.
Both women and men come to us with concerns about the neck, and there are some concerns common to both. Many complain about the appearance of the ‘double chin’ – or the submalar fat pad profusion – to give it it’s more scientific name.
Others wish to improve excessive lines and wrinkles, as well as thinning, more crepey skin over the front of the neck. Bringing our attention upwards from the neck, many of us face the onset of sagging jowls and the jawline area.
The good news is that nowadays, developments in aesthetic medicine mean that so much can be done to address these concerns and make natural improvements to the neck, without resorting to invasive cosmetic surgery.
Here we give a quick guide to the fantastic options we offer in our Oxfordshire and Warwickshire clinics.
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