A lot of people in London W1 would be lying if they said they are happy with the wrinkles they amass as they get older. This is why people spend a lot of money trying to turn back the clock with some form of cosmetic work. The same can be said when it comes to the smile, your teeth are the first thing that another person sees when you open your mouth. Of course, that’s all well and good, but if you are prepared to get your teeth looking a picture, you are going to need a frame to go with it. Your lips can also suffer from ageing, as can your forehead and around your eyes. It is lucky for you then that the needle used by your dentist to give you a local anaesthetic is the same as the one they can deliver botox into the skin with. A few sessions with your dentist can remove all those craggy old crow’s feet in your face and take twenty or so years off you. The botox will be built up gently in the cracks until the skin is completely smooth and this is repeated all over to get the desired affect. It’s a fairly painless procedure and each session lasts about an hour. The botox will dissipate over the months but it is easy enough to get a top-up every now and then, however, it is worth it if you are keen to put ageing on the boiler for a good few years yet.