What are anti-aging injections used for?

Anti-aging injections have many names, they can be referred to as cosmetic injections or anti-wrinkle injections and more. They are designed to restore the natural smoothness of aged, wrinkled and sagging skin. They are also highly relied upon as a method of preventing lines and wrinkles. The results are flawless youthful looking skin.

Our cosmetic dentists artistically place the product into problem areas of the face. This is most commonly around the eyes, mouth, forehead, nose, and jawline.

They are also commonly administered into a patients large chewing muscles (TMJ), to help relieve them of grinding, clenching, wearing down their teeth, and associated headaches/jaw aches.

These injections are also one of the treatments of choice for correcting gummy smiles.

For detailed information on cosmetic injectables, see the FAQ section below.



How are the results?

The results can be seen instantly (from as little as 15 minutes) however they may take slightly longer depending on individual response.

You can expect minimal discomfort and very little to no downtime at all. Your consultation and treatment can be as quick as 15 minutes, however if you require more than one injection site your treatment may take slightly longer. Many patients visit us for rejuvenation during their lunch break, and happily return back to work straight away.

You should consider anti-aging injectables if you wish to correct any of the following:

  • Smile lines
  • Crows feet around the eyes
  • Gummy smile
  • Frown lines
  • Smokers lip lines
  • Sagging or undefined jaw-line
  • Non-surgical nose enhancement
  • Wrinkles


In rare instances, there may be mild swelling or redness immediately after the procedure. It occurs, it usually lasts less than 12 hrs. For specific aftercare instructions, please speak to your practitioner at your consultation.

All areas are $280

Masseter area (TMJ and facial pain) is $500 – $700

From as little as $21.08 a fortnight per injection. Visit our Payment Options to find out more.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.