Cosmetic Injections

Dr Chinsee has extensive experience in the art of cosmetic injecting. He regularly trains doctors and nurses around Australia to his high standard, so can expect that your treatment will be expertly performed with minimal discomfort.

Please contact us for a individualised facial consultation.

Muscle Relaxant

Any type of facial expression causing the muscles to contract. Over time, these contractions create creases and lines which become etched into our faces. Muscle relaxant is used to treat specific muscles in order to reduce the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles and create a more youthful look. Muscle relaxant is widely used across all age groups to prevent the early signs of aging.

How Does Muscle Relaxant Work?

Muscle relaxant is derived from BotulinumtoxinA, which relaxes target muscles and restricts their movement, preventing lines and wrinkles. It is injected with a small needle, and treatment is quick and painless. Without this continuous muscle movement, it means the skin has a chance to rebuild underlying structures resulting in fresh, youthful appearance. Muscle relaxant can be used for:

  • Frown lines
  • Forehead lines
  • Crow's feet (around the eyes)
  • Brow lift
  • Smoothing the bags underneath the eyes
  • Neck cords (turkey neck)
  • Smoker's lines around the mouth
  • Dimpled chin
  • Gummy smile

Dr Chinsee may recommend additional treatment such as Dermal Filler, PRP, or Facial Threads for complete facial rejuvenation

Dermal Filler

Aging or sometimes genetics can result in loss of facial volume, which can cause a sunken or hollow appearance. Dermal fillers designed to add volume - creating a beautiful sculpted appearance across all age groups.

How Do Dermal Fillers Work?

Skin contains hyaluronic acid (HA), a naturally occurring substance that hydrates and creates that beautiful youthful, full appearance. As we age, sunlight and environmental stresses (polution, sugar intake) reducing the amount of HA in our skin. This results in a loss of volume and structure, and creates folds and wrinkles.

Dermal filler is comprised of hyaluronic acid, and when injected into target areas it restores lost volume, or adds volume to existing areas to smooth and plump.

Dermal Fillers can be used to add volume to:

  • Cheeks
  • Lips
  • Under eye
  • Nasal Labial Folds (vertical lines under nose)
  • Marionette lines
  • Temples
  • Create sculpted nose
  • Small lines & wrinkles
  • Scarring

Dr Chinsee may recommend additional treatment such as Muscle Relaxant, PRP, or Facial Threads for complete facial rejuvenation

Dermal Filler Before and Afters

Lips by Dr Chinsee

Lips by Dr Chinsee

Lips by Dr Chinsee

Lips by Dr Chinsee

Lips, Cheeks, Jaw Slimming by Dr Chinsee

Lips, Cheeks, Jaw Slimming by Dr Chinsee

Non-Surgical Liquid Rhinoplasty By Dr Chinsee

Non-Surgical Liquid Rhinoplasty By Dr Chinsee

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does muscle relaxant last?

Usually around 3 - 4 months on average. Some people find they need treatments less often and some people with stronger muscles find they need treatments more often. With regular use, people find that they can usually go longer before needing touch-up appointments.

How long does muscle relaxant take to work?

Around 3 - 14 days. If after 14 days you are not satisfied with the outcome please contact us for another appointment - it may be that you need more product to achieve the desired result.

How long do the results of dermal filler last?

Different filler is used to treat different areas - depending on the area it can last from anywhere from 6 months (lips) to 18 months (cheeks).

Can you see results of dermal filler straight away?

Yes! You can see the transformation before your eyes. It does however take around 2 weeks for the filler to fully integrate with the tissue and the swelling to subside (particularly in the lip area).

What products do you use?

Due to guidelines we are unable to advertise specific product brands. Dr Chinsee uses a range of different muscle relaxants and dermal fillers from various well-known suppliers. Please contact us for more information.

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