The masseter muscles are located on either side of the lower jaw. They are used for the movement of the mandible for mastication (the chewing movement). Many physical problems can ...
Botox for Neck Sagging
As we age, it is common for the skin on our necks to sag more so than when we were younger. This can be exacerbated by weight loss, sun exposure […]
Can Botox help hooded eyelids?
There are many reasons why our eyelids can droop or sag. Most are natural and are to do with age, yet one reason why our eyelids can sag is actually […]
Botox Eyebrow Lift
Eyebrow lifts were once only possible through surgical procedures. A patient would have to go under general anaesthetic and have the muscles above their eyebrows reduced through an incision made ...
Botox for Under Eye Wrinkles
One of the most frequent sites for concern that both men and women have when it comes to facial aesthetics is the under-eye area. It is common for people to […]
Botox for Crow’s Feet
Botox has a staggering versatility of uses, and not just for cosmetic reasons despite that being what it is primarily used for. One popular current treatment is Botox on crow’s ...
Botox for Jowls
While it may not be one of the most common areas for Botox (the top three being the glabella, the forehead, and the crow’s feet areas), Botox for jowl lines […]
Botox for Teeth Grinding
As a Botox practitioner, whether you solely work in aesthetics or if you are a dentist with Botox qualifications, you should have knowledge of a wide range of ailments that ...
Botox and the COVID-19 Vaccine
Following the closure of aesthetic clinics for many months during lockdown, there were long waiting lists of individuals seeking appointments for Botox and dermal filler injections such as Botox for ...
Lip Filler Swelling Stages and Complications
As an aesthetic practitioner, it is imperative that you are aware of the proper lip filler aftercare routine and the stages of swelling that your patients will experience post-treatment. If ...
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