Our dually qualified dentist & facial aesthetician, Dr Z Kaderbhai offers the most innovative non-surgical facial aesthetic procedures available including Botox, fillers & lips enhancement.
These treatments are assured to improve not just your aesthetic appearance, but your confidence too. And you could save up to £50 with our referrals rewards programme are looking for Botox and Fillers in Leicester, then you needn’t look any further than Thurmaston Dental Practice.
New legislation released in July 2012, by the general medical council preventing beauticians etc. from providing these treatments and requiring all clients to undergo a face to face consultation with the prescribing doctor
The procedure itself only takes 30 minutes so you could even go during your lunch hour. At Thurmaston Dental Practice, we are so confident with the treatment we give, we will even provide you with FREE top ups within 2 months of having the treatment free of charge!
As we age, our skin loses its elasticity and dynamic wrinkles begin to form. Botox is the most effective treatment to tackle the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. New wrinkles are also prevented from forming as the purified protein gently relaxes your muscles.
Dermal fillers are an increasingly popular treatment for wrinkles and facial lines, and can also be used to increase lip definition or replace lost volume (for example your cheeks)
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As your skin ages, it lose collagen that helps shape and support it. Natural lines and wrinkles deepen. Sun exposure, smoking, air pollution and stress will all their toll to age your appearance and the face can also begin to lose to volume to sunken cheeks and a dragged down.
Dermal fillers will give you more youthful appearance and when used as lip enhancement, they can lend volume and increase definition.
Following this consultation your treatment will be tailored to your individual needs, ensuring that you will be able to continue your normal activities immediately after treatment. 80% of the results will be visible straight away, the remainder within 2 weeks.
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For years, doctors and professional aestheticians have been using Botox to successfully treat wrinkles and facial creases. Doctors also use Botox to treat neck lines, frown lines and nasal scrunches. This treatment raises already sagging skin, giving the face a toned appearance.
Botulinum toxin (Botox) is a drug made from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. The complex nature of this facial aesthetic trend raises numerous questions, from interested users to beginning practitioners alike.
Frequently Asked questions
Are the treatments painless?
The reassurance you have is that as a practicing dentist, Dr Kaderbhai is highly skilled when it comes to pain free injection techniques’ for the comfort of his patients.
How does Botox remove wrinkles and other facial lines?
In order for muscles to contract, nerves release a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine at the junction where nerve ends meet muscle cells. This chemical messenger attaches to the cells’ receptors, causing them to shorten or contract.
Injected Botox blocks the signals by preventing the release of acetylcholine, which also prevents facial muscles from contracting. With Botox, muscles can no longer contract, which reduces wrinkles and other lines.
How is the procedure performed?
Botox procedures only take a few minutes. No anaesthesia is required for the process. Facial aestheticians inject the drug into a specific area of the face and leaves minor discomfort to the patient. Results appear after three to seven days. Patients should avoid alcohol intake at least a week before the treatment and must stop taking anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce bruising.
What are the medical and cosmetic uses of Botox?
Botox is known for its capability to iron out wrinkles and lines. Other than being a famous vanity product, Botox is also useful for treating medical conditions that concern eye squints, leaky bladder and migraine. The drug can treat over 20 medical conditions such as the following:
- Crossed eyes
- Blepharospasm (Spasm of the eyelids)
- Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
- Overactive bladder issues
- Crow’s feet lines
- Post-stroke upper limb spasticity
- Severe neck and shoulder muscle spasms
How long does a Botox injection last?
The effects of the procedure last for four to six months. Muscle action eventually returns, encouraging the reappearance of wrinkles and lines.