Parkville, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/20/2014 -- The person who coined the adage ‘Beauty is only skin deep’ never had the benefit of the anti-wrinkle injections at Renew . Founded by Prof. Mark Ashton, the leading plastic and reconstructive surgeon at the prestigious Royal Melbourne Hospital, the clinic provides anti-wrinkle injections utilizing a natural protein that produces fewer side effects than other methods.
The anti-wrinkle injections utilize a naturally occurring protein that temporarily disrupts signals from the nerves, allowing immobilization of the muscles that cause wrinkles. Injections are performed in the office as an out-patient procedure and are minimally invasive.
Wrinkles and lines can make individuals appear older than their chronological age and give them the appearance of being angry, unfriendly or unhappy. Anti-wrinkle injections are an effective method of smoothing the wrinkles that appear at the eyes and forehead, along with lines near the nose and mouth.
Skin loses collagen and its elasticity as it ages and isn’t able to repair itself as it once did. Gravity compounds the problem, deepening lines and pulling the skin downward. Sun exposure and airborne contaminants and pollutants all lead to the formation of unwanted lines, wrinkles and older looking skin. Anti-aging injections at Renew give back what time, aging and the environment has taken away.
New studies indicate that those with lines and wrinkles may exhibit difficulty in displaying their emotions accurately through facial expressions, but the effects of lines and wrinkles go far beyond the physical. The outward signs of aging have a powerful impact on the mind and emotions. Those with older looking skin can experience depression and a loss of confidence and self-esteem.
Those with lines, wrinkles and blemishes are perceived as old by others. Even a few lines and wrinkles can have a significant financial impact as well. Youthful looking individuals are more likely to be considered for promotions, pay raises and opportunities, and less likely to be seen as candidates for a layoff.
Renew provides clients with anti-aging injections that are biocompatible and target the areas of primary concern. The technique offers individuals younger looking skin that’s free of the plastic look and paralysis that often accompanies other methods. Anti-wrinkle injections will need to be renewed every 4-6 months and features one of the safest delivery methods available.
The practice is located at Suite A, Level 2 of the Frances Perry Consulting Suites at the corner of Grattan St. and Flemington Rd. in Parkville. Hours of operation at the Renew rejuvenation clinic is 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The anti-wrinkle injections offered by Prof. Ashton at his Renew rejuvenation clinic helps smooth and minimize facial lines and wrinkles. The clinic enjoys an international clientele, but Ashton believes everyone should have the option of looking as youthful as they feel.
The practice can be reached by phone at 03 9344 5050, via email with the convenient form on the website or by FAX at 03 9344 5133. For more information, visit the Renew website .
About Prof. Mark Ashton
Prof. Mark Ashton is head of Plastic Surgery at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and a lecturer at the University of Melbourne. An internationally recognized plastic and reconstructive surgeon, he specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery. Prof. Ashton is a consultant plastic surgeon to the Royal Women’s Hospital, director of the Taylor Lab in the Anatomy Department of the University of Melbourne, and a clinical professor at the University of Melbourne. He’s published over 200 articles on plastic reconstructive surgery in a variety of prestigious national and international professional journals. He worked and studied extensively in Australia and the United States. He’s a Fellow of The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. Prof. Ashton is also a board member and director of the Surgical Committee for Interplast Australia and New Zealand, a voluntary organization providing reconstructive plastic surgery to children and adults in third-world countries.
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Prof. Mark Ashton
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
Phone: 03 9344 5050