cosmetic MD


Are you over other people commenting that you look tired or grumpy? Worried about those lines on your forehead, the frown area or around the eyes?

You might be able to improve these lines with anti-wrinkle injections. It may be the best 10 minutes you can spend on your appearance!

cosmetic MD, we use the most popular brands of anti-wrinkle injections*, known all over the world and increasingly popular with women and men.

Please note that the information presented here is of a general nature and does not substitute for a face to face consultation with a medical practitioner.

You must first see a medical practitioner for a consultation to determine your suitability for treatment with anti-wrinkle injections.

What areas can be treated?

Currently, anti-wrinkle injections are approved for the treatment of upper facial lines:

  • frown lines
  • forehead wrinkles
  • crows feet (lines around the side of the eyes when smiling).

These lines are caused by the movement of muscles in the area that, over time, cause creases to form that just become deeper and longer.

Apart from these three areas, there are many other muscles that can be safely and effectively treated with anti-wrinkle injections.


For further information about anti-wrinkle injections and other uses for anti-wrinkle injections, please see the
FAQ page.

You can obtain more information about anti-wrinkle injections by sending us an email at the
Contact page or call us to arrange a consultation.

For post-treatment instructions, please visit the
Post-Treatment Instructions page.

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Frown, at rest, before treatment
Note the two parallel vertical
fine static lines ("number 11s")
in the frown area

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Frown, at rest, after treatment
The fine static lines are still present
but they are less obvious and
should continue to improve
with maintenance treatments

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Frown, active, before
The frown muscles
are working strongly

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Frown, active, after
The patient is trying
her hardest to frown
but the frown area
remains at rest

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Crows feet, smiling, before
The crows feet are the
fine dynamic lines (1) starting at
the outer corner of the eye.
The smile lines (2) are not always
improved with anti-wrinkle injections.

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Crows feet, smiling, after
The dynamic lines (1)
are now no longer active.
However, although improved,
the smile lines (2)
are still visible.

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Forehead, at rest, before
There are 3 visible static
horizontal lines.

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Forehead, at rest, after
The static lines are less obvious and
should continue to improve
with maintenance treatments

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Forehead, active, before
Note the dynamic lines,
worse on the patient’s right side.

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Forehead, active, after
There is still some movement
but the dynamic lines are not as strong
and the forehead still looks natural.

*Under Australian law, anti-wrinkle injections are prescription-only medicines, and therefore we are unable to name the products that we use.