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Category Archives: Questions & Answers

This latest post gives you a lot of the valuable information you need about Botox; if you’re thinking about trying it for the first time, this is a must read. Continue reading

What is involved in a ‘lunchtime lift procedure’? Find out inside, with this expert guide from the professionals at Wentworth Clinic! Continue reading

Aesthetic Blepharoplasty plays a vital role in periorbital rejuvenation. Mostly it is part of anti ageing correcting measures and in some to resolve hereditary problems. It is also used as an access to other aesthetic procedures.

The eyelid abnormality affects young and old.  It has a familial tendency. In the upper eyelid the common abnormality is loss of the supratarsal crease with folding of excess skin, droopiness of the lateral brow and, to some degree, extension … Continue reading

This latest news post from Wentworth Clinic describes why it is vitally important that you have a consultation before deciding on thread vein removal treatment. Continue reading

This latest news post from Wentworth Clinic explores who is, and who is isn’t, suitable for Botox treatment in order for you to make an informed decision. Continue reading

This article, written by Dr. Ilankovan, looks into the history of upper face rejuvenation and what the proposed positive effects are. Continue reading

A frown, crow’s feet and forehead horizontal lines are mainly caused by muscle contraction.   In the forehead there are elevators and depressors and their balance action contributes to various forehead expressions. It blocks the release of neuro-transmitters and in turn … Continue reading

Intrinsic and gravitational changes affect facial aesthetics.  The former is caused by environmental and social factors. The latter however, is mainly an aging phenomenon. Surgical intervention is necessary to improve the gravitational problem, whereas the intrinsic changes can be improved … Continue reading