Non-surgical Procedures

Anti-wrinkle for medical purposes

Article medically reviewed by Dr. Gavin Chan (MBBS, cosmetic physician, liposuctionist)

Templestowe Lower and Berwick Clinics

Dr. Gavin Chan has a background in intensive care, anaesthesia, and emergency medicine. Since 2004, Dr. Chan has provided cosmetic procedures, including anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, liposuction, fat transfer, skin needling, and laser treatments. He is a doctor trainer for various dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections. Read More

Anti-wrinkle for medical purposes.

We’ve all heard of the wonderful ways anti-wrinkle treatments can help us enhance our appearance but many are in the dark about the medical uses of this product. Many of us experience chronic conditions which hinder our day to day life without relief, however for some of these here lies the answers…


Teeth grinding is a tricky habit to break and wearing a mouth guard isn’t the most attractive or comfortable part of your nightly routine. Another option exists to save you from this pain and the side effects of grinding your teeth! Having anti-wrinkle injections to your jaw muscles will relax your muscles and inhibit your clenching, grinding and bruxing. Therefore giving you a better nights rest, preserving your pearly whites and reducing associated headaches.

Excessive Sweating

Anti-wrinkle is a productive treatment option for excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis. It works by blocking signals the brain sends to sweat glands. Anti-wrinkle injections are given in affected areas, such as the armpits, hands or face, lasting up to eight months.


Anti-wrinkle offers a safe and effective pain relief for people who experience chronic migraines, it helps them manage their pain and improve their quality of life. In many cases migraines are caused from muscle tension in the neck, which can be relaxed by using anti-wrinkle treatments, which reduces the pain and symptoms of migraines.