THERE is a school of thought that neuro-toxins (botox) are good for the upper face and that fillers are used for the lower part of the face, but is this always the rule?

If we observe how age affects the face we will notice that the lower part is altered by jowls and the sagging effect of the skin as gravity takes hold.

So, it would seem that we are doing the incorrect thing by always thinking of filling the lower part of the face and injecting Botox into the upper part.

What is the view of Dr Mike Wolfman and Dr Rick Bowley, who are very experienced in this particular field?

Do they think that different techniques need to be applied to the upper and lower face?

If this thought has crossed your mind, too, why not make a FREE appointment at Phoenix Treatment Centre on 0845-4565021 and speak to the doctors personally to gain their valued opinion?