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Ageing is a non-ending process which we all want to stop from happening. All of us want to live with our young selves with a youthful look. Now, its possible to maintain that youth over a lunch. Yes, You heard it right. Drop by our clinic and pullback those years in just half an hour. Get rid of those wrinkles and lift up your saggy cheeks by adding volume to your cheeks through fillers injections.


Botulinum toxin or commonly known as botox is a neuromuscular junction blocking agent which stops the action of neurotransmitters and prevents muscle from contracting. Wrinkles over your forehead, eyes, angle of mouth and neck are caused by overaggressive contraction of underlying facial muscles. Botox injections into these muscles paralyses these muscles and prevents wrinkles from showing over your face.


Filler injections are made up of various substances most common of them being Hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occuring substance in our body which maintains skin tone and turgor, as we age the collagen regeneration process slows down and sagging of the cheeks is commonly seen, making our faces look aged and dull. By injecting fillers we are adding volume to these areas and lift them up giving you a youthful and attractive appearance.

At our centre only Allergan products are being used as they have proven their efficacy over the years. 

Q1 Which one is better Botox or fillers?
A2 Dermal fillers are also considered effective, and the results last longer than results from Botox overall. Still, results differ depending on the exact type of filler you choose. Like Botox, you’ll need maintenance treatments once the fillers wear off.

Q2 Which lasts longer Botox or fillers?
A2 All this being said, fillers (including Juvéderm) do last longer than Botox. Filler results are visible for anywhere from nine months to two years, while Botox typically lasts three to four months.

Q3 Should you get Botox or fillers first?
A3 Your Botox and filler provider may recommend having just one of the two treatments first, before adding the other based on that outcome. In some cases, it’s best to relax muscles first using Botox and then have filler treatment about two weeks later.