I keep reading Botox scare stories. Is it safe?

Botox is one of the most well-researched and most effective products in the world, but it has its fair share of begrudgers and nay-sayers. Botox is an excellent tool in the arsenal against the appearance of ageing; yet there are still those who like to wag a finger and read more

Does Botox help prevent more wrinkles from forming as time goes by?

Evidence shows that use of botox to treat dynamic wrinkles can prevent the worsening of those wrinkles over time once treatment is maintained. Most people begin to notice dynamic wrinkles in their late twenties and early thirties; as the repeated contraction of muscles in the face causes a crease read more

Do botox injections hurt?

Not really. Getting an injection is never pleasant, but most patients tolerate the tiny pinch associated with the fine needle used for botox injections very well. Depending on the area of the face and number of injection sites; the treatment is quick and over in a moment. The needle read more

Can Botox be used on Crow’s Feet?

Yes, and although many doctors have been using it ‘off the books’ for years the FDA approved botox officially for use on crow’s feet only last September. Crow’s feet are the fine lines that radiate outwards from the corners of the eyes; they’re even more noticeable when you smile read more

Is your chin starting to look like a “golf ball?

Botox for Chin Dimpling SEARCHING FOR SOMETHING to soften chin dimpling and restore the youthful appearance it once boasted? Then consider Anti-wrinkle ( Botox ) injections to relax this muscle resulting in less chin skin irregularity and a more youthful appearance. Until relatively recently, cosmetic doctors struggled to treat this complaint read more

Botox for Migraines: The PREEMPT Protocol

Botox for Migraines: The PREEMPT Protocol at Cosmetic Doctor Dublin Botox has become synonymous with anti-ageing in the treatment of fine lines and wrinkles, but did you know it can be extremely effective in use for some types of migraine headaches? Botox® (onabotulinum toxin A), was licensed specifically for read more