Treatment for Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Lines and wrinkles are a natural part of the ageing process, caused by the regular contraction of facial muscles below the surface of the skin.
A consultation at Baykar London will involve a in-depth assessment of your lifestyle and health followed by an analysis of your face to see how the muscles move and contribute to the lines and wrinkles.
There is also evidence that these particular types of injections may also help treat other conditions such as: excessive sweating and body odour (hyperhidrosis), chronic migraines, myofascial pain syndrome, which is a chronic condition that involves muscle pain etc.
There are a number of anti-ageing treatments available. If deemed appropriate by your practitioner, one such treatment which may be recommended is Botox® injections.
(Forehead, Frown Eyes etc.)
Corner of Mouth
Nefertiti Neck Lift
We may be able to treat other less common areas if it is deemed medically safe and appropriate to do so. Please discuss this with your Practitioner during your Consultation.
Frequently asked questions
What happens during the procedure?
How long does it last?
You may need to repeat treatment approximately every 3-4 months over a 12-month period to maintain your fresh and natural appearance. Clinical trials report that some patients who’ve had treatment over 12 months only need further treatments once or twice the following year. Your medical practitioner will give you all the advice you need.
Is there any downtime?
Will my face "freeze"?
Usually the reason you see people whose faces don't move is that too much product has been injected or they are doing it too often. Our aim is to give you the most natural look whilst still helping to achieve your goals. Please feel free to discuss anything that troubles you with your Practitioner.
Should my practitioner be medically qualified?
Yes and No. This treatment involves the use of a Prescription Only Medicine (POM) which means it has to be prescribed for you by a medically qualified professional. As long as they are present during your consulation and deem it appropriate to prescribe it, anyone can do the actual injection. We would always reccomend going to a doctor or a nurse prescriber to ensure you are in safe hands