Botox & Facial Fillers

SCODE announces the introduction of Botox® Cosmetic and facial fillers Restylane® and JUVEDERM™ to its practice Botox® is the world’s number two cosmetic procedure second only to teeth whitening. Now you can relax in SCODE’ s spa-like atmosphere and not only get your teeth cleaned and whitened but also eliminate or minimize lip creases, angry frown lines and forehead wrinkles

Dr. Singh has become one of the few maxillofacial surgeons in Delhi providing a more complete cosmetic service to his patients.

“I have always felt that I could help my clients achieve true cosmetic rejuvenation not only by improving their dental aesthetics with smile makeovers but by being able to enhance the face around the smile”, says Dr Singh. InBotox® cosmetic dentistry we often describe a smile this way: the teeth are the actors, the gums the stage and the lips are the curtains. I now finally have the tools to enhance all 3 components to achieve a more youthful and confident face.

“As a dentist my education included extensive training in the anatomy of the face and head. I have always felt that Botox® and safe facial fillers, Restylane® and JUVEDERM™, would be a natural in my hands”, exclaimed Dr Singh.

Cosmetic Services

Below are the different cosmetic Botox® services and information you can acquire at SCODE.

Botox® Cosmetic

What is Botox® Cosmetic and how does it work?

Botox® Cosmetic is a safe, non-surgical and effective treatment that is directed at the facial muscles that cause lines and wrinkles. It targets specific wrinkles that are caused by habitual muscle contractions such as frowning or squinting. It is derived from purified proteins that work by relaxing the muscles that cause these wrinkles, giving your face a more refreshed appearance. The best part about Botox® Cosmetic is that it will soften your expression lines and help “stop the clock” on further deepening of wrinkles and lines.

Where can Botox® Cosmetic be used?

The most common areas for treatment are frown lines, horizontal lines that run across your forehead, and crow’s feet around the outer eye. However, you can speak with Dr. Singh about where treatment might be best suited for you.

Will my face still have expression after the treatment?

Botox® Cosmetic is intended to enhance your appearance. When administered properly, you will still be able to smile, frown, and be expressive just as you were before. The treatment merely relaxes the muscle at the points of injection and the other elements of your facial expression remain active.

Is Botox® Cosmetic treatment safe?

Yes. Botox® has been licensed since 1990 and is a safe and effective treatment for a variety of medical conditions.

How is the treatment administered and is it painful?

A very small amount of Botox® Cosmetic is injected into the muscle being treated. The injection is very precise and a very fine needle is used so there is minimal pain involved. Some people compare the injection to the feeling of a bug bite. The procedure is quick and simple and the actual procedure only takes about 10 to 15 minutes. No sedation or local anaesthetic is needed and you can go on normally with the rest of your day immediately after treatment.

How soon after treatment will I see results?

You can expect to see results within a few days after your treatment. The appearance of lines and wrinkles can continue to minimize for up to a week. The results usually last up to four months and after a number of repeated treatments, the effects may begin to last longer.

Are there any side effects?

A possible side effect of Botox® Cosmetic is bruising, which is temporary and only occurs in the area of injection and can easily be covered with makeup.

Is there anyone who should not use this treatment?

Although nearly anyone can use Botox® Cosmetic, those who are pregnant, nursing or have a neurolological disease should avoid having treatment.

Botox® Therapeutics

Botox® is not only used for cosmetics but can also be used for medical purposes as well. Botox® Therapeutic can be used on muscles that twitch or clench involuntarily, for teeth clenching and grinding, migraines, TMJ problemsas well as other medical problems.