Things to consider when booking in for an Anti-wrinkle session

It is advisable to seek treatment from a medical professional, a nurse, doctor, or dentist. You can be assured the medical practitioner will have access to a pharmacy and authenticate stock of the Botulinum toxin for your treatment.

It is a legal requirement for you to be assessed by Medical Prescriber such as a nurse Prescriber, doctor, or dentist prior to treatment. If you have NOT seen a medical Prescriber before your session, then your suitability for treatment has not been assessed and the drug has not been prescribed for you. It is a prescription only drug.

You can ask to see before and after photos to give an idea of what may be achievable with treatment. Results may vary from person to person as the treatment is not an exact science.

Do you know how long the practitioner has been providing injectable treatments and the number of treatments they have undertaken?

Has there been a detailed discussion of risks and benefits of the treatment, and have you had the time to discuss any concerns?

It is a good idea to have your consultation and take the time to think over the information given.

Once you have decided to book your treatment it is encouraged to book a review appointment. This is an opportunity for you to give your practitioner feedback on your results and evaluate together if a further dose is necessary to improve your treatment outcomes.

Have you been given contact details in case you have any questions for your practitioner post procedure?

The results of anti-wrinkle injections can be so positive and completely change how a person feels about themselves. Do your research and feel confident in making an informed decision if the treatment is right for you.

Nurse Carly x


Posted on: November 5th, 2021


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