Should I have Botox?

This is a question that Dr Lizzie is often asked, and there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Dr Lizzie takes a huge amount of care to come to each consultation and patient with a bespoke mindset – every patient will need something entirely different to the next, and Dr Lizzie uses her natural, less-is-more approach which is unique and individually designed for every client. 

The reason why people opt for Botox is simple – it can take five years off your face. But the question of whether you should have it is more complex.

That is where the services of London’s top Botox doctor, Dr Lizzie Tuckey comes in. By detailed facial analysis combined with her deep understanding of facial anatomy, Dr Lizzie will be able to present you with a clear answer. After scrutinising every inch of your skin on a consultation at Dr Lizzie’s London Botox clinic, she will confidently be able to tell you whether you should have Botox.

She will also arm you with the facts about Botox, so you can make a decision, fully in-the-know. For example, did you know that Botox was reversible? And although people talk of freezing the muscles, you will still have a full range of expression and facial movements with Dr Lizzie’s light touch. In addition, with reviews every two weeks, you can have an open dialogue with regards to your next steps. 

During your consultation, you will have plenty of time to talk to Lizzie about why you would like Botox. It may be that you’re suffering from a non-ageing related issue such as teeth clenching hyperhidrosis or tension headaches. Dr Lizzie’s use of Botox in these areas have had great success.

If you’re interested in Botox to gain a more youthful look, it could be that ‘baby Botox’ will suit you best if your wrinkles are fine lines and you need just a little tweak. The subtle wrinkle injections use smaller amounts of Botox to help with the early signs of ageing. Or you might have a more specific area that you’d like help with for example Botox can fix a gummy smile, a downturn in the mouth or an ageing neck.

One of the most common areas to have Botox are crow’s feet and frown lines, as people generally tend to look to your eyes and forehead while talking to you, so it makes a big difference to have a more smooth and less lined upper face. 

The best way to decide whether you should have Botox is to talk directly to Dr Lizzie. Book in for one of her detailed consultations where you’ll have time to talk about all your needs and requirements. 

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