Botox, Dysport and Xeomin are all members of the Botulinum Toxin class of medicines.

Botox is the most commonly performed cosmetic treatment worldwide – and for good reason. It is simple, safe and very effective.

Botox® / Dysport® / Xeomin®

Botox/Dysport/Xeomin are all registered in NZ for Botulinum Toxin Treatments.

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How does it work?

Botox® / Dysport®/ Xeomin® works by relaxing muscles that cause wrinkles. It does this by blocking the release of acetylcholine (the muscle contraction chemical) from nerve endings in the treated muscle. A very small dose is injected into specific muscles with a tiny needle. Once the muscles are relaxed, they cannot contract. Existing lines gradually smooth and new lines are prevented from forming.

How long does the treatment take?

The treatment takes about 10 minutes.

How quickly can I see results?

Results start from 2-3 days, and the full effect is evident at 2 weeks.

How long does the treatment last?

The effect lasts about 4 months before it naturally wears off. Repeated treatments last longer.

How much does it cost?

The cost depends on the amount used. I charge per unit used rather than by area so you are only paying for what you actually need. The number of units you require to treat your concern will be discussed during your consultation so you know beforehand exactly how much your treatment will cost. I plan carefully and inject carefully – making every unit count.

Please refer to the Price List for cost per unit

RESTYLANE Lidocaine is a transparent gel with 20mg/ml hyaluronic acid for the purpose of facial tissue augmentation for the correction of wrinkles and for lip enhancement. Restylane is a medical device. Restylane has risks and benefits. Do not use in patients with bleeding disorders, or in patients taking anticoagulants or thombolytics. Do not inject intravascularly, where there is active disease, inflammation, infection or tumours near the intended treatment site. Possible side effects are injection site effects like swelling, bruising, and tenderness and inflammation. Product and treatment costs will apply. Further product details can be found in the full product information. Healthcare Logistics, Auckland. Restylane®, Medical Device Class III, to smooth facial wrinkles and enhance lips by restoring volume and fullness. Restylane® has risk and benefits. For product information check with your doctor or from product details with the supplier.  Click for further details. Galderma, Auckland.
JUVEDERM ULTRA & JUVEDERM ULTRA PLUS injectable gels are Prescription Medicines containing 24mg/ml cross linked hyaluronic acid. They are used for filling of medium size and deep facial wrinkles by injection into the skin and for creating definition and volume in the lips. They should be administered only by trained medical professionals. Talk to your specialist about the benefits/risks of this procedure in appearance medicine. Cautions: Use in an area that has been treated with another dermal filler. People with autoimmune disease; or who are pregnant, breastfeeding, age under 18; or have an increased susceptibility to keloid formation and hypertrophic scarring. Possible side effects: Injection site inflammatory reactions (redness/swelling/itching/pain on pressure); induration or nodules; discoloration; weak filling effect. If you have any side effects or concerns speak to your doctor. Note: Juvederm treatment last from about 12-24 months. Allergan New Zealand Ltd. PO Box 1873 Auckland 1140, New Zealand.
BELOTERO Intense Lidocaine is an injectable resorbable implant indicated to fill deep wrinkles and folds, as well as to restore and enhance soft tissue (e.g. contours of the face, lip volume etc. ). It is also suitable for correction of facial atrophic scars. The presence of lidocaine aims to reduce local pain associated with the injection of the gel and to improve patient comfort. Belotero should not be used in pregnant and breastfeeding women, in young patients under 18 years old and in patients presenting a general infection. Precautions are active autoimmune disease, a history of severe multiple allergies or anaphylactic shock, a history of streptococcal disease, in patients pre-disposed to hypertrophic scars or cheloids, patients taking aspirin or non- steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines. A history of epilepsy, impaired cardiac conditions severe liver dysfunction or kidney dysfunction. Possible Adverse Effects, reactions usually associated with injections such as redness, erythema, oedema or pain sometimes accompanied by itching. Haematomas, swelling, discoloration in the treated area, allergy to one of the ingredients. Speak to your doctor if you have any of the above precautions or if adverse effects persist. New Zealand Medical and Scientific LTD, 2a Fisher Crescent, Mt. Wellington, Auckland.
TEOSYAL RHA® 1, TEOSYAL  RHA® 2, TEOSYAL RHA® 3, TEOSYAL RHA® 4, TEOSYAL® PURESENSE REDENSITY 1, TEOSYAL® PURESENSE REDENSITY 2, TEOSYAL PURESENSE KISS ®, TEOSYAL® PURESENSE GLOBAL ACTION, TEOSYAL® PURESENSE DEEP LINES, TEOSYAL® PURESENSE ULTIMATE and TEOSYAL® PURESENSE ULTRA DEEP TEOSYAL KISS®, RHA KISS®, TEOSYAL® MESO,  TEOSYAL® GLOBAL ACTION, TEOSYAL® DEEP LINES, , TEOSYAL® ULTIMATE and TEOSYAL® ULTRA DEEP  are trademark of the firm TEOXANE SA. These products are gel that contains hyaluronic acid, and 0.3% by weight of lidocaine hydrochloride They are class III medical devices. Caution for people on blood thinning medicines. Local side effects: inflammatory reactions (redness, oedema, pain at the point of injection), haematomas, itching, temporary loss of sensitivity around the injected area, disorders of pigmentation in skin and hair, abscesses, indurations, nodules (possibly granulomas). General manifestations: immediate hypersensitivity up to anaphylactic shock, migration of the implant. Rare but serious adverse events associated with the intravascular injection of soft tissue fillers in the face have been reported and include temporary or permanent vision impairment or blindness, skin necrosis and stroke. Lasts 9 -12 months. Please consult your doctor pharmacist for more information. Please refer to instructions for use, local distributor. Healthcare Logistics, Auckland.
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