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Botox, derived from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, has emerged as a versatile treatment with various applications in the medical and cosmetic fields. Its most renowned use lies in the realm of cosmetic dermatology, where it is employed to diminish facial wrinkles and lines. By temporarily paralysing specific facial muscles, Botox effectively smoothens and softens the appearance of wrinkles, particularly in areas like the forehead, crow’s feet, and frown lines.

Beyond its cosmetic benefits, Botox has also proven effective in treating hyperhidrosis, a condition characterised by excessive sweating. When injected into areas such as the underarms, palms, or soles of the feet, Botox can block the release of the chemical responsible for stimulating sweat glands, offering relief for those suffering from severe perspiration.

Moreover, Botox has shown promise in addressing temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. Administered directly into the jaw muscles, Botox helps to relax and alleviate tension, reducing muscle spasms and lessening the associated pain and discomfort. This application of Botox in TMJ treatment offers temporary relief, enabling individuals to experience reduced pain and improved jaw function.

Anti-wrinkle injections

As we get older, our skin starts to show signs of ageing. It’s an inevitable part of life but can knock your confidence when you start to notice lines appearing. These lines and wrinkles are a side-effect of your skin losing collagen and elastin, components in the chemical make-up of your skin responsible for its volume and elasticity.

Millions of people worldwide have used anti-wrinkle injections to reduce facial wrinkles. Our qualified clinicians have a range of facial aesthetic treatments that can help combat these wrinkles on offer. Whether you wish to smooth away noticeable lines that appear when you laugh, frown or smile, or those pesky lines that are always on view, we can offer treatments that will help.

Our qualified facial aesthetics clinician can prescribe anti-wrinkle injections. This treatment can target muscles under the skin and block nerve signals. This stops wrinkles that appear through muscle movement in the face.

The effects of your treatment fade over time and need to be topped up. The treatments do last longer over time as you have it done more often.

Areas to be treated

  • Area 1 – Frown lines
    Frown wrinkles (Glabella wrinkles) are most seen in patients with excessive sun exposure and those who have over activity of these muscles often associated with frowning.
  • Area 2- Forehead wrinkles
    Forehead wrinkles appear in horizontal lines in the area between the eyebrows and the hairline. These wrinkles are formed when eyebrows are raised.
  • Area 3 – Around the eye wrinkles (Crow’s Feet)
    Crow’s Feet wrinkles (Peri-orbital wrinkles) are in the outer corner of the eyes and appear more prominent when laughing or smiling. These can result from excessive sun exposure combined with the skin becoming less elastic with age.

Why visit your dental practice for facial aesthetics?

Many people would assume that these types of treatments belong in a beautician’s studio and not a dental practice. Our clinicians are experts in the facial anatomy, not just teeth and gums. We have high standards of care and have carried out extensive training in the field to make sure that any clinicians offering services are fully qualified to do so.

Facial aesthetic consultations

Everyone has a different skin type so we offer facial aesthetic consultations where we can talk through which treatments would deliver the best results for your skin. These consultations are ideal opportunities for us to come up with a treatment plan that will work best. To arrange a consultation with Dr Dipen Patel, simply get in touch.

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Botox for sweating

Anti-wrinkle injections can also be used as an effective excessive sweating treatment (hyperhidrosis) in areas such as the armpits or hands. It can be injected into sweat glands, to block the nerve impulses that cause your body to sweat without affecting other nerve functions.

What is Hyperhidrosis?
Sweating is completely normal and necessary for the body to reduce heat. Severe or excessive sweating is known as hyperhidrosis. Excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis is caused by over activity in the sweat glands which produces sweat in greater amounts than the body actually needs. Both men and women can be affected.

Treating excessive sweating
If you suffer from sweating excessively, you can be treated with anti-wrinkle injections at Kent House Dental Clinic. Dr Patel will inject into the affected area. It enters the sweat glands and blocks the nerve impulses without affecting other nerve functions.

Excessive sweating treatment results
Within 10 days the full effects will be noticeable, and sweating will have reduced. The effects will last for several months, leaving you feeling more confident and able to enjoy life without worrying about damp armpits and sweaty hands.

Excessive sweating treatment charges
Hands £400 (both sides)
Armpits £400 (both sides)

Botox for TMJ

Botox has also found therapeutic use in addressing temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. The temporomandibular joint functions as a hinge connecting the jaw to the skull and can be susceptible to various issues causing pain and discomfort, such as muscle tension, clenching, or grinding. Botulinum toxin, works by temporarily paralysing or relaxing the muscles it’s injected into, which can provide relief for individuals experiencing TMJ-related symptoms.

When used for TMJ, Botox injections are typically administered directly into the jaw muscles to alleviate tension and reduce muscle spasms. By relaxing these muscles, Botox helps diminish the intensity of jaw clenching or grinding, subsequently lessening the associated pain and discomfort. The effects of Botox injections for TMJ are temporary, usually lasting for a few months, after which further injections may be required for sustained relief. While it’s not a permanent solution, Botox can offer significant relief for individuals struggling with TMJ issues, allowing them to experience reduced pain and improved jaw function.

Dermal Fillers

Botox is used to treat dynamic wrinkles, which are lines that appear when you animate your face. Static wrinkles are lines that appear at rest, which do not usually improve with botulinum toxin and may be best treated with dermal fillers.

Using dermal fillers, we can replenish lost volume and smoothen noticeable lines. Fillers work through stimulating cellular reproduction and giving skin a new lease of life.

If you would like to find out more about dermal fillers

Book your consultation

Here at Kent House Dental Clinic, we are offering free consultations with Dr Dipen Patel. If you are experiencing problems with wrinkles, hyperhidrosis or TMJ, why not come in and see us?

We also provide free review appointments with top ups for no charge if required (within 14 days of initial treatment).


Anti-wrinkle injection charges:

  • 1 Area £160
  • 2 Areas £225
  • 3 Areas £275

Each area includes both left and right sides.

  • Hands £400 (both sides)
  • Armpits £400 (both sides


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