Wrinkle Treatment

Wrinkle Treatment

Wrinkle and line treatment is growing increasingly popular worldwide, with many people seeking professional help to improve their appearance. Not only does wrinkle treatment rejuvenate your appearance but also gives many back the confidence they may have lost. Our dentists at St Peter’s Lodge have extensive collective experience of performing this treatment.

What is wrinkle treatment?

Wrinkle treatment is a non-invasive, long-term treatment consisting of series of small injections designed to smoothen frown lines occurring between the eyes, crows feet and wrinkles that appear on the face.

What does the procedure involve?

You can book a consultation with one of our highly-trained cosmetic dentists who will talk through this treatment with you and answer any questions you may have. Following this, you can book your treatment session.

What happens after treatment?

The treatment is long-term though not permanent. Our dentists will happily advise you on when to book our next wrinkle treatment so you can keep A huge advantage of this treatment is that there is practically no recovery period. You’ll be able to see the full effects of the treatment within 7-14 days.

Treatment for static wrinkles

Static wrinkles occur as a result of your skin moving and folding on a daily basis, producing a line or crease as the tissue in your skin becomes lost.

Treatment for dynamic wrinkles

The treatment for dynamic wrinkles is a blocking agent called Botulinum Toxin that works by preventing the signal running from the nerve to the muscle and in turn, stopping the muscle from contracting. The treatment stops the appearance of wrinkles on your forehead as well as your frown lines, that appear between your eyebrows.

Is this procedure safe?

Wrinkle treatment has a high level of success worldwide. Botulinum Toxin is a safe and high quality injective product that has been used worldwide for this procedure over the past 25 years. This is our choice of product for wrinkle treatment at St Peter’s Lodge. It is strongly ill-advised to use home DIY kits to carry out this treatment as the substances can be of poor quality and potentially very harmful.

How long does it last?

One treatment session lasts around 5-6 months before you’ll need to visit us again for a repeat treatment. Your dentist will be happy to discuss your next appointment with you.


To find out more and book an appointment please call us on 01727 853160 or complete our online booking form.