Wrinkle reduction for Men

The ageing process unfortunately involves acquiring wrinkles and lines. These can be both beneficial and adverse in that they may impart a more mature appearance, but on the other hand can also result in an aged appearance.

There is a trend for executives and professionals to appear more fresh and youthful in the workplace.

Botox® can be effectively used to reduce these lines and wrinkles.

The most common areas treated are the vertical lines above the nose, horizontal lines on the forehead, crows feet around the eyes.

Dr Wolf creates a very natural look without having the appearance of a frozen forehead. Most people will not know you have had anything done, but will comment that you look fresher and less tired.

Frown lines

These appear above the nose in either a single line or a pair of lines when frowning. Botox® can reduce the apparent depth of these lines over time and make you look less tired and stressed.

Forehead lines

The horizontal lines can create deep furrows. Botox® can reduce these and give the forehead a smoother appearance without looking frozen.

Crows Feet

These appear in anyone that smiles very often. They can also appear when squinting and looking into the sun. Small amounts of Botox® can reduce the appearance of these.

Bunny Lines

These appear on the sides of the bridge of the nose towards the corner of the eye. They often appear in patients frowning.

How does Botox® work?

Botox® blocks the receptors on the muscle which receive messages from nerves to contract. Only the muscle that is injected will be affected.

What does the treatment involve?

Tiny injections of Botox® are injected into the muscles of the affected area.

Wrinkle reduction for Men FAQ

  • Question: How long does the effect last?

    Answer: This varies between individuals, but generally 3-4 months.

  • Question: How long does the treatment take?

    Answer: It generally takes about 5-10 mins.

  • Question: When will I notice the effect?

    Answer: It takes about 3-5 days for the effect to start. You will notice a slow relaxation of the muscle. In most cases you will still be able to move the areas, but less vigorously.

  • Question: What are the risks involved?

    Answer: Very little can go wrong. If too much is injected then the muscle function can be very reduced. Fortunately it is temporary.