When Wrinkle Relaxing Injections Go Wrong
Wrinkle Relaxing Injections Gone Bad
It is no secret that there is an incredible stigma surrounding Botulinum Toxin commonly know as Botox (R) treatment for cosmetic purposes that has lingered for quite some time with stories of poor treatments that leave the patient with a “frozen face.” People are often quick to warn you about the likelihood of this type of procedure going wrong and ending horribly.
While the chances of this happening are real, the likelihood of this is minimal providing you ensure that you invest in a reputable and experienced cosmetic surgeon like those we have at Sthetix Clinic in Liverpool. Bad results tend to happen when the Botulinum Toxin is not administered properly, or if someone is having wrinkle relaxing injections too regularly; both of which we would not let happen at Sthetix.
Is the procedure Safe?
If Botox is administered properly by a highly qualified professional then yes, it is a perfectly safe procedure. As mentioned above, it is extremely unwise to neglect the quality of the treatment over a cheaper option. Receiving treatment of a high standard can achieve desirable, safe and achievable results.
At Sthetix, we are confident in our capabilities to provide ideal results through our use of high quality treatments and procedures that are administered by experienced and reputable surgeons, who are also leaders within their field.
‘Client satisfaction‘ is extremely important to us and is demonstrated no better than through our reviews and image gallery. These can be found by following the links listed here, with some clients saying that they “can not fault anything” about their experience with us, and others boasting “excellent results – Our Review and Gallery.
Wrinkle Relaxing Injectables in Liverpool
If you have been thinking about perhaps looking into treatment , then it makes sense to book a free consultation with one of our helpful and professional surgeons here at Sthetix Cosmetic Clinic. From here they will listen to your desires, needs and concerns so that they can provide you with the highest standard of care with a treatment plan that is designed specifically for you.