Aesthetic treatments using anti-wrinkle injections
Anti-wrinkle treatments are prescription-only medications that under Australian law must only be administered by registered healthcare practitioners. If a practitioner has recommended this treatment for you, be sure to carefully read through any material that they provide you. You should also ask to see the Patient Information leaflet and Aftercare brochure provided to practitioners. Please note, that the information on this website does not in any way replace the professional advice of the treating healthcare practitioner.
How to find a qualified healthcare practitioner
Anti-wrinkle treatments can be used to reduce the appearance of moderate to severe wrinkles in the upper face.
Questions to ask your practitioner before treatment
If your healthcare practitioner has recommended anti-wrinkle treatments, be sure to carefully read through any material they provide you. Here are some examples of questions that you could ask a healthcare practitioner:
• Are you registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency?
• How much experience have you had with anti-wrinkle treatments?
• How do anti-wrinkle treatments work?
• Is the anti-wrinkle treatment that you use approved for use in Australia?
• What happens during the treatment?
• When can I expect to see results?
• How long will the results last?
• What are the differences between different anti-wrinkle products?
• Are there any side effects or precautions that I should know about?
• Are there any ingredients that I may be allergic to?
• Could my medical history, medications or previous treatments affect or prevent treatment?
• Is there anything I should do before and after treatment?
• Any other question you may have.
You will also find detailed information about treatment with anti-wrinkle injections in the FAQs section.