INJECTABLES-NEUROTOXINS AND DERMAL FILLERS
Injectable cosmetic medicine is a minimally invasive non-surgical facial treatment to add volume, create angles and slow the facial ageing process. Addressing the natural volume loss, facial lines and wrinkles that come with age are now made simple with the range of injectables which can not only reduce wrinkles but stop the muscle contractions that lead to etched lines. Whether you require botulinum toxin injections, dermal fillers or a combination of both, we at Nubian Medical Aesthetics can help you achieve younger and rejuvenated skin.
Dermal fillers, commonly called fillers, are non-surgical injections that when injected into the neck or face, alter the contours and fill the wrinkles of the face creating a smoother, younger looking skin. Dermal fillers are often used for deep lines and wrinkles around the eyes, brow and mouth or for those who wish to alter the contours of the jaw or lips subtly.
When fillers are deemed the best option for you, Dr Tladi will apply a numbing cream to the areas where the filler is needed to ensure the experience is painless. Dermal fillers are then injected into the skin in areas where deep lines and wrinkles are plentiful like the forehead, the eyes, jaw and lips.
BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTION
Botulinum toxin is a non-surgical, minimally invasive injection done for rejuvenation of the skin to block nerve signals that cause muscles in the face to contract and cause wrinkles. Not only do botulinum toxin injections prevent lines and wrinkles, but they also smooth the skin giving it a younger look. Botulinum toxin injections are often used to prevent and smooth wrinkles between the brows, crows-feet around the eyes and the horizontal forehead creases.
If these are deemed the best option for you, a numbing cream will be applied to make the experience painless. The botulinum toxin is then injected into the areas where it is needed most, like the forehead and around the eyes. Slight pain, swelling, and minimal redness and bleeding can be expected afterwards but should go away after a few hours.