Botox™

Botulinum Toxin Type A for anti-wrinkle injections

Botox™ is the world’s leading brand of Botulinum Toxin Type A, an injectable, purified protein used to temporarily relax the facial muscles, resulting in a reduction of moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines in adults.

By blocking certain chemicals from the nerves, Botox™ works to relax the facial muscles that cause wrinkles, revealing smoother and more youthful looking skin.

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Botox™ can also be used to block the nerve signals responsible for sweating, which can provide welcome relief to those who suffer with hyperhidrosis – an embarrassing and debilitating condition.

Results from Botox™ last around twelve weeks and clinical studies have shown that treatment benefits are cumulative and increase over time.

Botox™ treatment is relatively painless and no downtime is required, meaning you can have a treatment on your lunch break and return to work.

Coppergate Clinic are proud to use the FDA-approved Botox™brand to provide botulinum toxin treatments within the following procedures:

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