Curious About Injectables? FAQ's

by Elan Clinics

Perhaps you have thought about booking in a filler or anti-wrinkle treatment as you walked past a clinic but had too many questions to simply wander in. 

This is entirely understandable. Injectables treatments are not something you should do without careful consideration of what treatments are required to get optimal results and who is conducting your treatment.

So you head to the scientific papers on Google and leave confused and with even more questions.

Our solution is simple. 

Book in a consultation with our registered nurse and she will answer all of your questions in a no-pressure, pleasant environment. 

From there, you can either book an appointment or, if not, at least you have had your questions answered.

FAQ's

What is in the injection?

A purified protein that relaxes muscles and minimises wrinkles that are already there and prevents new ones from forming.

What about the different brands?

All the different names are just brands but they are similar products. However, there are differences in dosing. 

What are the side effects?

Mild bruising and redness may occur, but you should talk to a registered nurse for more detail that specific to you.

Is it safe?

The products we use have treatment applications beyond aesthetic treatments. They are considered to be very safe products that have been around for over 20 years.

How long does it last?

It can last up to 4 months, rebooking is recommended at 3 months post treatment.

How long does the treatment take?

Including consultation, most treatment take around 30-45 minutes. 

Can I have other treatments afterwards?

We recommend waiting 2 weeks post treatment before having laser or skin treatments. We will book you in for a 2-week review with our experienced nurse, who will let you know when you can get other treatments. 

What are the benefits of having cosmetic injectables?

A smooth, rejuvenated and youthful appearance and the reduction of wrinkles. Treatments can also prevent wrinkles from forming.